Wondering how to plan your home cleaning business’s pricing structure?
If you’ve been in the residential cleaning game for a while, perhaps you have been using a traditional hourly method for pricing structures.
This works well when you visit a prospective client’s home and estimate pricing based on how long the home will take to clean.
However, when you extend to online selling for home cleaning services, a whole new world of possibilities opens up for pricing structures.
Not only can you change your pricing to become more competitive, but you can also ensure you’re doing so in a way that maximizes your profit margin for each customer compared to traditional hourly pricing.
This post is an offshoot from How To Run A Home Cleaning Services Business. Read the main post to learn everything you need to know!