Starting a Cleaning Business From Home

Would you like to start a business from home and earn a spare-time, part-time or full-time wage? Do you have good organisational and management skills? Then perhaps a cleaning management business is for you.

A cleaning management business involves recruiting cleaners, finding domestic clients, introducing the two to each other and then earning a weekly profit from making the introduction. This is a service business like no other. You make the sale once, but you continue to earn week after week, month after month, year after year. Unlike a product based business where you make a sale and then earn your profit once, this business allows you to earn continuously from one sale. Let me explain.

Domestic cleaning has become a real must for many people. Once it was reserved for the highly paid. Now it is considered necessary by the professional worker, the busy family, the elderly and the disabled. Even during a recession people still need a domestic cleaning service, they consider it something they simply cannot live without.

Furthermore, there are always people willing to earn money by carrying out cleaning. With a domestic cleaning management business all you need to do is find the two sets of people and bring them together.

The work can be done from home and initially in your spare time if necessary. All you need is a computer, a phone and a car (to get around and see cleaners and clients when you are signing them up).

It is a simple and easy to follow business model that works in all areas and you can make it work too. All you need is a desire to earn money and the commitment.

To see just how good an opportunity this is let me tell you a little about what you can earn. This is a business model that has the potential to work throughout the world, but I am going to concentrate on the UK market because that is what I know best.

You can secure the services of good cleaners from £6.50 to £7.00 per hour. You can sell the service from £9.00 per hour. That means you earn the difference. You can earn £2.00 to £2.50 each hour of service provided. An average client will have around 2 hours cleaning each week. So your earnings are £4 to £5 per client, per week. That is the equivalent of £200 to £250 per annum. 100 clients gives you a turnover of £20,000 to £25,000 per annum and this is almost all profit as your overheads and costs are extremely low. 100 clients in a year is not unreasonable to expect. that means after 2 years you could have 200 clients and be earning upwards of £40,000.

This is not pie in the sky. It is a real life business that many people are running from their own homes, right now as you read this. Have a think about it. Does that home based business seem possible now?