Starting up Cleaning Services

Cleaning Services

Average Capital Requirement:  N200,000

Summary: Cleaning service is a long term project that often requires you to start small and grow big. With an average capital of N200,000 you can have a servicing firm of your own, grossing an income of over N200,000 on monthly basis.

Cleaning service

Introduction:

The cleaning industry has two primary market groups: consumer and commercial. The consumer arena consists primarily of residential maid services, along with carpet cleaners, window cleaners and a variety of other cleaning services required on a less-frequent basis. The commercial arena is dominated by janitorial services, which typically provide a wider range of services than maid services, along with other cleaning companies, such as carpet and window cleaners that target businesses rather than individual consumers. While it’s recommended that you decide on a niche and concentrate on building a business that will serve your chosen market, it’s entirely realistic to expect to be able to serve multiple markets successfully. (Entrepreneur.com)

The good thing about cleaning is that you can start all alone and contract people once you have a job and pay them off immediately after the job until you are able to keep permanent staff.

Required Resources

  • Assets: Basic Cleaning equipment and materials
  • Personnel: 1 or 2 staff for a start
  • Capital: N200,000 and above

Required Skills:

The major skill required is having an eye for detail.

You need to also have passion for the job

Then you may enroll for a week or two weeks training with a cleaning company for hands-on experience

Interested?Download full article for free cleaning services

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