Cleaning Business Tip: How to Price Your Janitorial Jobs

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Dan covers everything from the latest trends in janitorial bidding, scheduling, timekeeping, invoicing, as well as in checklist and inspection software – to proven marketing, selling and profit strategies to help you grow.

Pricing cleaning jobs to make the most money possible may seem right, but may actually be – wrong.

Check out today’s fast paced video where Dan shares a pricing strategy and the reasons why he and his business partner Tony used it when growing their cleaning company.

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Thanks Scott for sharing good points. Matt, CleanGuru Support


Well its rare for a potential customer to say what the competitors price was on the bid. It would be nice to get that information from a customer but all I can tell when you don't get the call where its obvious it was about price. Generally I would ask a potential customer if they have a budget but they rarely do that as well. People don't like to give any information but they really want the quote and thats it; using you. Then when they get your long bid, they use it over all the others knowing your the most qualified one to get the job but they can't afford you and they go with the random price of low bidders instead especially when they hired several companies before that were low from before, the customer remains on the low janitorial quote level because they don't understand what good companies cost when you have 7 out of 10 bad low bidding cleaning companies out there hurting the cleaning industry.