I started window cleaning in 1975 because I was tired of making a monthly car payment. If I could just make a few hundred dollars a month I could pay off my car sooner! I did, and for years used a small window cleaning route to pay off other bills, save up the down payment for a home, etc. When I started my cleaning business, it was a VERY profitable addition to our services (amazingly, most janitorial services think it's 'too much trouble' to do the windows)!
YOU don't need to own an office cleaning business to make money with a window cleaning service: about $50 - $100 in supplies will get you started.
This is a great, low start-up cost business, and you can work from home! It's a great way to pick up some extra cash by working evenings and/or weekends. More than one person has moved into full-time business; there are a lot of dirty windows!
Your local janitorial supplier has all the supplies and equipment you need (chances are good Lowes or Home Depot has them too).
Let me show you how to earn $40 -$70 per hour, set your own schedule; and, if you choose, build a full-time business for real financial security!
What you'll get:
Introduction to Commercial and Residential Window Cleaning
Chapter 1 – Tools and Equipment
Chapter 2 – Setting Up Your Business
Chapter 3 – Marketing Your Business
Chapter 4 – Pricing Your Services
Chapter 5 – Window Cleaning Tips to save you time and double your productivity.