One tip, one idea, gleaned from this goldmine of information could save owners of residential cleaning businesses thousands of dollars in lost potential and revenue!
Brainerd, MN (PRWEB) February 11, 2009
Starting a house cleaning business is an easy answer for people who have experienced job layoffs and need to find alternative income. Yet homeowners want those taking care of their precious homes and belongings to be well-trained and knowledgeable. The new web site MyHouseCleaningBiz.com brings all of the resources necessary together in one place for residential cleaners to succeed.
When Steve and Jean Hanson founded TheJanitorialStore.com four years ago as an online community for commercial cleaning companies, they never dreamed that one day there would be a need for a second site geared solely toward owners who specialized in residential cleaners. Steve Hanson, company CEO, stated, "So many residential cleaners have gravitated to the site that it was time to create one just for them." An increasing number of questions in the online forum were geared toward house cleaning, and their new site, MyHouseCleaningBiz.com was formed to address those needs. "Residential cleaning is very different from commercial cleaning and requires an entirely different set of skills and resources," Hanson added.
"I can't imagine how far along I could have gotten in the early days of my business if I had more than just the library and newspaper archives to get information on the cleaning industry. Residential cleaning business owners have more tools than ever to get them to the next level and improve net profitability. The MyHouseCleaningBiz.com website is a must for anyone serious about growing their residential cleaning business and realizing their business goals and dreams," says Debbie Sardone of http://www.TheMaidCoach.com and a million-dollar maid service owner.
Members of MyHouseCleaningBiz.com have access to articles written by leaders in the residential cleaning industry, active online discussion groups and online calculators for all types of job estimating. Value-priced memberships also enable members to participate in live training teleconferences, listen to interviews with experts in the industry, and download forms to customize for their business. Non-members may participate in training and purchase product and training programs at retail rates.
"One tip, one idea, gleaned from this goldmine of information could save owners of residential cleaning businesses thousands of dollars in lost potential and revenue!" says Sardone.
For further information, or to arrange for a personal tour of all that MyHouseCleaningBiz.com has to offer, contact Jean Hanson at 866-221-4490, or visit http://www.MyHouseCleaningBiz.com and complete the contact form.
MyHouseCleaningBiz.com founders are available for interviews; contact Jean Hanson at 866-221-4490 to schedule interviews.