How Can Independent Cleaning Businesses Beat Low-balling Competition? – Part 1

“Someone’s got to say it!” So, if no one else will…we will! Don’t miss this episode of our video series “Flip My Cleaning Business from Painful to PROFITABLE!” where we ‘call out’ all those slick talking ‘big guys’ who have been making a mess of the cleaning business with their empty promises and low-ball prices. And, for the first time on video, we reveal what we believe is their hidden weakness, or ‘Achilles’ heel – and how independent cleaning companies can use it to their advantage NOW!

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Thanks for watching our video “How Can Independent Cleaning Businesses Beat Low-balling Competition? – Part 1” .

Plus, we hope you continue to check out Dan’s weekly videos in the future to hear his latest ideas, tips and strategies ‘concerning things you’re concerned about’, such as how to bid cleaning jobs profitably. You’ll quickly discover practical keys about what it really takes to flip a cleaning company from painful to profitable. Want to flip yours?


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Chimere Holloway

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You're welcome Modupe. Wishing you much success, Dan


Thank you Dan for this video. I'm learning Ummm years of experience wrapped up into these points; Thank you once again.

Mark Baird

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You're more than welcome, Tameka. Glad I could help. Dan


Thank you Dan, i feel the same way. I appreciate you taking the time out of your busy schedule to help people like me who struggle to win bids. Have a great day 😊


Thanks Mechelle, Wishing you all the best, Dan

Mechelle Dotson

Awesome advice! Thank you!


Thanks Frank, glad you liked the videos! Wishing you all the best, Dan

Frank Benjamin

Real good advice.Customer will fill you really know your Stuff.


You're welcome Rochelle, and very glad to hear you found my video message helpful. Proud to have you with us, and wishing you all good things, Dan

Rochelle todd

Thank you! This was awesome, and as a start-up commercial cleaning biz in Los Angeles, figuring out the numbers has been a huge challenge thus far. But this advice will provide us with more confidence with our proposals.


Thanks Leandra, wonderful to hear! Wishing you all the best, Dan

Leandra johnson

I truly enjoy the clean guru product. P


Thanks Lauren, you're not alone; the early years of starting a cleaning business can be challenging, and that includes learning how to to competitively yet also profitably price cleaning jobs. The bidding feature in our CleanGuru software program is designed to help. But, whether you use our program or someone else's, it's important that cleaning businesses 'get and stay' profitable. And, understanding how long it takes to clean a job, in order to have a good estimate of your Labor Cost/Wage Expense (along with taxes and overhead) is important in helping to competitively yet profitably price your work/ your accounts. Best regards, Matt, CleanGuru Support

Lauren Barren

this is great advice i had recently set up my website for my start up cleaning business and i was told my prices are to high . I feel cleaning is hard work and its takes lots of time and effort but to get my foot in the door i may need to consider lowering my prices.