7 simple steps to provide a commercial proposal instead of just a one time cleaning price.
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Commercial carpet cleaning contracts are awesome – yet few cleaners have them. Get more contracts by offering different price options. Here’s how.
Steve offers techniques for using a “test cleaning” to prepare an accurate bid.
The dreaded question of “how much?” meets it’s match in this Special Report.
Commercial maintenance contracts with encapsulation speed and efficiency equals a very profitable venture. Consider diversifying into this market or even making it your main gig.
Should a professional carpet cleaner include details of encapsulation, extraction frequency, etc. in the job estimate?
This simple form will help you gather the information you need to know your true production costs and therefore how much to charge in commercial cleaning.
Most commercial prospects want just a PRICE from you. Here’s how to sell your contract cleaning services. How??? Use this Commercial Carpet Analysis.
So you finally muster up the courage to visit a great prospect for your regular commercial carpet maintenance. Even better, the owner agrees to see you! So NOW what do you do???
A commercial cleaning firm is facing problems with a recently hired outside commercial rep. Steve tells them what they should have done and still can do!
A Las Vegas carpet cleaner finds commercial customers simply don’t want to commit in writing. Steve shares some hard learned lessons from his 20 years down in the trenches …
A California carpet cleaner is “drowning in the details” of a commercial cleaning bid. How should a carpet cleaner calculate a really large commercial job? Steve helps him rescue what may be a “golden opportunity”.
One perplexed cleaning newbie confesses that pricing is just one big confusing mess. Steve shares a few quick principles on setting prices and gives a “charge more” pep talk at the same time …
Large scale institutional work can provide a great “base” for your business. Or it can destroy it! Steve gives some great “look before you leap” counsel that any company can use …
Ah yes, the eternal question: “How do I ‘bid’ a job at the ‘right price’?” (Which means low enough that the manager does not fall out of his chair laughing when reading your proposal but high enough to make a profit.) Steve shares a 4 step “pricing for profit” system …