There are nearly 900,000 cleaning companies in the United States. If you are the owner of one of these cleaning companies, finding a way to create a competitive edge is crucial. Creating an online presence for your business is imperative when trying to appeal to modern consumers. The first step in building an online [...]
There are a lot of different moving parts when it comes to running a cleaning business. This leaves many maid service owners confronting a variety of struggles. Maid service owners just like Jennifer. Jennifer had a great idea by starting her own maid service in 2016; but, it continues to be a learning experience [...]
“It’s the job of science to separate truth from claim. And it is good science that will transform the cleaning industry from a trade to a profession.”
Why drug test? Substance abuse takes a heavy toll on businesses, costing employers over 10 billion dollars each year. How big is the problem? There are 21 million illicit drug users in the US. Chances are we all have been personally affected by alcohol and drug abuse in some way. According to data from the [...]
NO, it can’t. Why? The definition of “clean” as it relates to your home is “the absence of unwanted matter”1. If there is a desirable benefit to dirt or soil, then it is not “unwanted”. “Unwanted matter” is empty pizza boxes, soda cans and bottles. You get the idea. There is no sound argument for [...]
You go to all the conferences and are in all the right social groups. But have you forgotten how to take advice…?
The Gift of Clean, LLC(R) is proud to announce that Maid Brigade, Inc. has become part of the Gift of Clean(R) network. Maid Brigade, Inc. is one of the largest residential cleaning companies in the United States and Canada with more than 420 franchise service areas. The Gift of Clean(R) is the first and only universal gift card for use by the residential cleaning industry from coast to coast.
When we think about the amount of contaminants inside a home it is little wonder that asthma and allergies are on the rise. There is regular, tracked-in dirt. But there are also microscopic contaminants that make their way indoors on the bottom of our shoes as residues and particulates too small to see with the naked eye. While cleaning businesses can't stop these unwanted guests from entering, we can add value to families that need help keeping this problem contained.
60% of participants regularly clean green, as opposed to 27% who clean green by request and 13% that do not offer green cleaning. Although the sample size was small, most findings support previous survey results.
Although green cleaning has been around since the 1970’s it is still not a mainstream concept, broadly speaking. While there are certain US markets where environmentalism is woven into the ethos of the community they are still in the minority. Even the eco-minded don’t necessarily view their cleaning products as having a real impact [...]