A collection of efficiency procedures for the cleaning and restoration industry. Don’t just do the work right, do it quickly to move on to the next job.
The SFS / VAST team of Jeff Cutshall, Chuck Violand, Bill Yeadon and Steve Toburen share their insights into the best business practices and how you can make it alone in the Cleaning and Restoration Industry.
What does it really mean to value you workforce as your greatest asset? Few cleaning and restoration companies live up to their claims of caring for their employees. How do you measure up? Does it really matter?
In this report, Steve Toburen shares 4 factors to guide you to a realistic price on your company. The included worksheet will get you started …
Do you have an “exit strategy”? This successful restorer sure is glad he took action after attending SFS some 10 years ago.
These Additional Service Options will bring you huge profits IF you give your client the PRIVILEGE to spend more money with you!
We are really excited to share this sneak peak of what the SFS QuickTIPS are going to look like starting next week.
Making the Cheerleader is your prime objective but if you don’t get paid it doesn’t feel quite so good!
As our companies grow, or as we rise through the ranks in our business, it’s easy to forget what it’s like to be one of the “workers.”
As ridiculous as this might sound, handling finances and financial success is a learned skill.
The virus to which I’m referring is still alive, well and thriving in far too many companies.
Most of us have an over-active need for the approval of others. In the process, we let other people or things get in the way of what we could (and should) be. Even worse, we don’t achieve what we personally want out of life.
What is the one common denominator of all the different “results” that our industry provides?
Please see David Pollay’s excellent book “The Law of the Garbage Truck”
No quality person will build their career ONLY on high wages. And yes – you do need and want great employees.
Should a professional carpet cleaner include details of encapsulation, extraction frequency, etc. in the job estimate?