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"Definitely doing well with the business, I am making about $3000 a month. My business is 5 months old, and I have been invited to bid on a building in Dallas in about 2 weeks that looks to be worth about $2000 a month. Before I found you I had spent about $200 for books from other people who said they could show how to start this type of business, but they were nothing compared to yours. I had previously bought the book written by the man who said you don't need to bring a vacuum, I laughed at it when I read it and I really laugh at it now. And I can see that just the money I will save on my taxes this year will pay for your program about 3 times over. I believe 100% that this is the best money I have ever spent" Paul L., Irving, TX* (JanQuest Note: $36,000 a year in 5 months, with the possibility for $60,000 a year coming soon).
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Why the janitorial business? Because it's an incredibly simple business that makes a lot of money, will always be in demand, and requires very little investment. And if you do it correctly, you can be making money very quickly.
Consider all of the positive advantages of the janitorial business -- As you read these, compare and understand how very different these advantages are from those of most other types of businesses:
√I can’t state this loudly enough – the janitorial business is high-profit, repeating income. When you do a good job for your customers, you get new checks from them month after month, year after year. I have one account I've been with since 1983, and that one building has literally paid for our homes, our vacations, and put our kids through private schools.
√Because janitorial has such low operating costs, you can build your business at your own pace, and scale it to any size -- whatever is comfortable for you. You can keep it small and make an extra thousand or two a month, or put the pedal to the metal and make it as big as you want. You don't have to have a lot of accounts to make a healthy income.
√You can run your business from your home, giving you the lowest possible operating costs and all kinds of home-office and self-employment tax advantages. And you don't need storage space - your equipment and supplies can be locked up in your customer's buildings.
√Every building needs cleaning. Your customer base is unlimited.
√The janitorial industry is highly recession-proof. My business has always grown, even during the worst recessions. During every recession, at least a few of my customers ask me about my business, and they usually start by saying something like, "So, the cleaning business just keeps on rolling, doesn't it?" (lol, yes it does).
Maybe you're old enough to remember the 2000-2001 recession? The January 2002 issue of Cleaning & Maintenance Management Magazine has an article called "What Recession?”, and while the article is a few years old, it does show how recession-resistant the janitorial business really is. The article is based on a poll called the "Contract Cleaner's Statistical Survey".
√ Despite the recession, 57.6% of the respondents said their sales increased an average of 20.7% over the previous year.
√ Incomes of owners of commercial janitorial services rose 15.3%, to an average of $85,600 per year. (note - adjusted for inflation this would be $107,000 in 2015).
√ The statistics showed that commercial office cleaning services are the most profitable type of cleaning business - far more profitable than house-cleaning.
√ The respondents were overwhelmingly independent business owners (only 4% reported being a franchise).
You can “duplicate” yourself and multiply your efforts by hiring employees to do the work for you. You can have a “more-than-full-time” business, yet work part-time hours.
√You don’t need to buy any of the things that most businesses require -– no lease on an office, no storefront, no display cases, no inventory.
√You can run your business in the evenings and weekends, after your regular working hours - it doesn’t require that you quit your day job. You can do what I did when I started my business – after building my business for a year I told my boss that I couldn't afford to keep working for him.
√You have multiple sources of income because you have multiple customers.
√Once you’ve signed up a new customer, you don't have to "sell" to him again because you keep servicing his account over and over. Compare this to a real estate agent who may never sell another house to the same person again, or an attorney who may never do legal work for the same person again. They need fresh new names and faces every day.
√Cleaning office buildings is much easier than house cleaning, because there are no kids or pets to clean up after, and there are very few “cleaning surprises” in office buildings. If you want to go crazy, try cleaning people’s homes (I tried it for one month, and vowed to never do it again). And building managers and owners are much easier to deal with than home-owners.
√ If the idea of dealing with professional business-people scares you, don't worry - the vast majority of professional business-people are some of the easiest people to deal with you'll ever meet -- especially building managers. It's one of the qualities that makes them professional.
√Janitorial is a $120 billion dollar industry in the U.S., and continues to grow every year.
√ The growth projection for janitorial between 2015 and 2025 is higher than the average of all other industries.
This is an industry with a very bright future -- and now you can get in on it in a way that will allow you to start making money almost immediately.
And finally, why should you build your business using my System? Because while everyone else just gives you advice, I give you a toolbox full of pre-built systems -- and no one can get you making serious money faster, cheaper, or easier.
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