Cashing Out: Preparing Your Cleaning Business for its Eventual Sale

sell your business

When will you sell your business? Very few make plans for this very likely reality. Do it right with this Special Report.

How can I compete against the ‘Big Boys’?

You don’t need (or even want to be) a national company. As you well know lots of people don’t like the “big boys” and prefer the local “little guy”. So don’t let yourself be intimidated!

“How can I build up carpet cleaning in my janitorial business?”

A San Diego janitorial contractor wants to move into the lucrative world of carpet cleaning and needs helps. As usual, Steve rides in to the rescue but needs everyone’s help!

“A first class event from beginning to end”- Rick Massimi

Rick attended SFS as he opened his new carpet cleaning business. He received a long-term vision and plan for his company, a turn-key “Business Infrastructure” AND a great system to make more profit on each job with Scotchgard.

How Mac W. Skiver found “Sawadee” at SFS!

Mac Skiver was starting out in carpet cleaning at 58! So he didn’t have 20 years to learn from the School of Hard Knocks. See how SFS brought Mac success AND the freedom to retire in just four short years!

Tom Barr uses SFS concepts to “clean up” in restoration.

Ex-paratrooper Tom Barr took the scariest “jump” of his life several years ago when he opened Platinum Restoration. Now Platinum is thriving and Tom credits much of his success to attending SFS twice!

What is the survival rate of new carpet cleaning start-ups?

A Maine cleaning professional frets about the survival rate among carpet cleaning start ups. Steve never did and explains why you don’t need to worry about other people’s “survival rate” else either …

When should I move my owner-operator carpet cleaning operation out of my house?

It makes a lot of sense to start your cleaning or restoration business out of your house. However, sooner or later you will be faced with the question of “when should I stop storing all these cleaning chemicals and equipment in my garage?” Steve waxes nostalgic …