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10 easy steps to starting a
cleaning business

www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
1. Understand the industry
Be aware of your
personal
qualifications and
interests

Determine type of
business: house
clean...
2. Register your business
Select a
professional
sounding and easy
to remember
business name
Visit your Local
Country Clerk...
3. Open a bank account
Separate business
account from
personal account
as per IRS rules
and regulations

Establish credit
...
4. Get insurance
Apply for relevant
insurance: Liability
insurance, Bonded
insurance, Vehicle
insurance, Workers
comp
Find...
5. Purchase cleaning
supplies
Get a few basic
cleaning supplies
and tools to get you
started
Purchase in bulk
only when yo...
6. Advertise
Hand our flyers, get
listed on phone
books, post on
Craigslist, and make
a website
Be active on social
media:...
7. Get financing
Get financing if
needed as your
business grows in
size
Options: personal
savings, business
loan, business...
8. Sign up your first clients

Reach out to your
social circles and
neighborhood
Use word of mouth
and referrals

www.clea...
9. Hire staff
Determine staff size
and relevant skill
sets and experience
Be very careful and
selective when hiring

www.c...
10. Keep records
Maintain records of
customers
Document all
transactions to be
able to comply to
state and federal
regulat...
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10 Easy Steps on How to Start a Residential Cleaning Business

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10 Easy steps on how to start a cleaning business. Commercial and residential cleaning in the United States is a $53.6 billion dollar industry! Get yourself some of that cash now and enjoy the economic freedom of a lifetime.

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1. Understand the industry
Be aware of your personal qualifications and interests
Determine type of business: house cleaning, commercial cleaning, carpet cleaning

2. Register your business
Select a professional sounding and easy to remember business name
Visit your Local Country Clerk’s office for registration

3. Open a bank account
Separate business account from personal account as per IRS rules and regulations
Establish credit history for your business to help in getting business loans in the future

4. Get insurance
Apply for relevant insurance: Liability insurance, Bonded insurance, Vehicle insurance, Workers comp
Find a local agent and get a quote

5. Purchase cleaning supplies
Get a few basic cleaning supplies and tools to get you started
Purchase in bulk only when your business grows

6. Advertise
Hand our flyers, get listed on phone books, post on Craigslist, and make a website
Be active on social media: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Yelp, Angie’s List

7. Get financing
Get financing if needed as your business grows in size
Options: personal savings, business loan, business line of credit, Small Business Association Loan, others

8. Sign up your first clients
Reach out to your social circles and neighborhood
Use word of mouth and referrals

9. Hire staff
Determine staff size and relevant skill sets and experience
Be very careful and selective when hiring

10. Keep records
Maintain records of customers
Document all transactions to be able to comply to state and federal regulations

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10 Easy Steps on How to Start a Residential Cleaning Business

  1. 1. 10 easy steps to starting a cleaning business www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
  2. 2. 1. Understand the industry Be aware of your personal qualifications and interests Determine type of business: house cleaning, commercia l cleaning, carpet cleaning www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
  3. 3. 2. Register your business Select a professional sounding and easy to remember business name Visit your Local Country Clerk’s office for registration www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
  4. 4. 3. Open a bank account Separate business account from personal account as per IRS rules and regulations Establish credit history for your business to help in getting business loans in the future www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
  5. 5. 4. Get insurance Apply for relevant insurance: Liability insurance, Bonded insurance, Vehicle insurance, Workers comp Find a local agent and get a quote www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
  6. 6. 5. Purchase cleaning supplies Get a few basic cleaning supplies and tools to get you started Purchase in bulk only when your business grows www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
  7. 7. 6. Advertise Hand our flyers, get listed on phone books, post on Craigslist, and make a website Be active on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Lin kedIn, Yelp, Angie’s List www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
  8. 8. 7. Get financing Get financing if needed as your business grows in size Options: personal savings, business loan, business line of credit, Small Business Association Loan, others www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
  9. 9. 8. Sign up your first clients Reach out to your social circles and neighborhood Use word of mouth and referrals www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
  10. 10. 9. Hire staff Determine staff size and relevant skill sets and experience Be very careful and selective when hiring www.cleaningbusinessnow.com
  11. 11. 10. Keep records Maintain records of customers Document all transactions to be able to comply to state and federal regulations www.cleaningbusinessnow.com

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