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sunflowerfi · 27/01/2016 17:39
SunnyMistry · 28/01/2016 10:33
I was also thinking about this business a while back, I don't run my own cleaning company now so I won't be able to help with your questions but thought I'd share a few idea's I had...
Rather than just cleaning, I was thinking could you also look at many of the other household choirs as well. I think it a company/person that would offer to do maybe the laundry, ironing, making the kids pack lunches, etc would be brilliant as you could pay a price and get all these things sorted to spend more time with the family.
Oh and in terms of equipment, we used to have a cleaner in our house and I'd say the one thing she always swore by was to get your own good hoover, she said that most customers don't have a really good one so it saves her heaps of effort and time to use hers instead.
Anyhoo hope it all helps
DanglyEarOrnaments · 30/01/2016 09:04
I run a smallish but growing domestic cleaning business with staff and also on the panel of a trade association set up to support domestic cleaning start ups like yourselves.
If you would like any more info on this pm me.
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