Commercial Cleaning Franchises by primusboy

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									Commercial Cleaning Franchises
The commercial sector has been on an exponential rise for many years, and
is continuing to rise at an astounding rate. In the year 2003, there were
an estimated 4.9 million commercial buildings in the United States.
Office buildings made up the major part of that figure. This compared to
4.7 million commercial buildings in the year 1999, clearly shows that the
number of commercial buildings, as well as, the commercial area of
cleaning services is increasing at an astounding rate every year.
Businesses are spending more money to make their offices look more
appealing to their clients. Retailers realize the advantage to a clean
and orderly kept business. Anyone looking at a commercial cleaning
franchise opportunity, as a new business option should do extensive
research on the possibilities of franchising. Franchising is the best
kept secret of the 21st Century.
Commercial cleaning franchises are a great choice for investors looking
to start a small business. The initial investment required to start the
business is very low compared to other businesses. If you are taking up
the franchise of a commercial cleaning brand, the initial investment is
normally around $10,000-$20,000 dollars. If you are thinking of starting
your own commercial cleaning business, without franchising, the initial
investment required will be much higher, around $65,000 startup.
However, starting a commercial cleaning business of your own is a risky
task, since most commercial businesses want their buildings cleaned by
professionals, and go straight for brand name service, which have proven
their worth in the field. This is why opting for a commercial cleaning
franchise of a well-known brand is sure to bring to you a quicker list of
clients, and consequentially, a lot more work at startup.
The running costs for your commercial cleaning franchise is lower, that
almost all of your revenue constitutes as profit. Both cleaning labor and
cleaning equipment and supplies are very cheap, compared to other
businesses. It is good to have warehouse of your own but if you do not
want to buy or rent a warehouse, you can set up a room in your own home
to work from.
Commercial cleaning can get you anywhere from $150 to $350 an hour
depending on the size of the job. You can expand your franchise to
include various services, such as commercial window cleaning, carpet
cleaning, office cleaning, document disposal, to name a few.
If you are thinking of starting a commercial cleaning business, think
franchise opportunities, and do your homework. Hit the internet to find
out the biggest names in the commercial cleaning sector in your area.
Check the incentives they are offering to franchise holders, the initial
investment they require from you, and the benefits, such as training and
if a client database is offered. Once you know the most profitable
commercial cleaning franchise option for your area, you can be sure to
start your business in less time and to start earning profits sooner.
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