Cleaning your own home and cleaning professionally are two totally different things. Even though you clean your home constantly, learning how to clean professionally takes a lot of time and effort––when a client pays for your services, they expect to come home and find their home spotless, tidy beyond reproach, and smelling pleasant. However, for some people, it’s actually easier and more enjoyable to clean other people’s houses because there is no personal investment – just pride in a job well done.
If you’re mulling over the possibility of starting your own house cleaning business, you’ll need to be fit, prepared for some dirty work, and willing to market your services through friends, family, and other people in order to slowly build up your client base. It may take a while to build a solid group of clients, but with the right attitude, a good reputation, and word-of-mouth referrals, you’ll eventually build a solid cleaning business.