According to a 2012 study by the Freedonia Group, a market research group based in Cleveland, Ohio, revenues for commercial and residential contract cleaning companies are expected to rise nearly five percent annually and reach more than $68 billion by 2016. One big reason for this projected growth, specifically in the commercial side of the industry, is an improving economy.
West Chicago, IL - In the carpet cleaning industry, time is money. Charges are based on the amount of area cleaned so the faster a job can be completed, the more profitable it is. This is especially true in commercial carpet cleaning. The following are tips from CFR (continuous recycling extractors) that should be taken into consideration before beginning a commercial carpet cleaning job to help the job move along quickly and efficiently:
When submitting a bid for cleaning a facility, many BSCs offer some initial cleaning at the start of service—a technique that can often swing the deal to help them secure the contract. These extra services, which usually involve carpet cleaning or floor cleaning, stripping and refinishing, are offered at a very advantageous price and many times for free.