Start Your Own Office Cleaning Business

Start Your Own Office Cleaning Business

Product: Clean Up The Profits

Subject: Make Money Cleaning Offices

Product Creator: Sam Rodman

Website: cleanuptheprofits.com (Click HERE!)

Price: $37.97

Product Warranty: 60 Days Money Back Guarantee

Our Rating: 9 out of 10

Cleaning businesses can be a great way for struggling families to bring a little extra cash into the household income.

A well-negotiated deal with a local office, or other company, could turn into a prosperous part-time job, but you need to have an understanding of how to start your own office cleaning business.

One option is to take the advice of Sam Rodman and buy his eBook – Clean up The Profits.


What is Clean up The Profits?

Clean up the Profits, which is also goes under the name Instant Office Cleaning Kit, is an eBook that aims to show average people with no prior experience how they can tap into the cleaning market and make money cleaning offices.

This is clearly one of many guides on the subject, but this book claims to be the “number one start up guide” due to the wealth of information and Rodman’s own personal experience.

The guide is based on his own mistakes and success when starting up his own personal cleaning business and talks about lots of money-saving tips, strategies for hooking clients and other important considerations.


The Good & The Bad

The Pros:

Diverse Tips: There are two clear elements to this eBook: how to start up a business and get your foot in the door and how to create an economically-efficient cleaning company.

This means that there are tips on finding clients and pricing services but also on cleaning techniques and cheap cleaning solutions.

Beginner Focused: Some eBooks talk to users as though the writer assumes that they have prior experience and knowledge.

Clean up the Profits, however, really does start at the beginning to make sure that truly novice readers can learn something and make great progress.

From the start, Rodman pitches this book as a solution that absolutely anyone can use – no matter their experience with cleaning or with business.

Rodman’s Attitude: This is the sort of guide that the most uncertain novice can pick up and continue reading because of the positive, can-do attitude that he puts into the writing.

There is a sense of enthusiasm for his work and belief in the reader.

User Support: This great attitude extends into the support that buyers have received when they have asked Rodman questions about the product and expressed any concerns about their progress.

Users say he is fast to respond and very pleasant to deal with.

The Cons:

Too Repetitive: There are some buyers that feel that while the basic information offered in this guide is strong and useful, there is far too much filler content.

At times the book can get a little “fluffy” as he goes over the same points, almost as though he was trying to fill a word count. A ‘less is more approach’ may have sufficed here.

Boring, Bland Text: The information that Rodman provides is generally easy to follow, but it might help if there were some pictures and diagrams to help with some of the explanations and break up the walls of text.

Not only would this help visual learners to understand the material more easily, it might help readers to stay focused and engaged.


Who is Clean up The Profits For?

This product is designed for those that want to start small and enjoy some part time income with a well-paying cleaning job.

The invitation to start your own office cleaning business shows that there is a clear, narrow focus to the information, and this is best recommended to users that want an easy way into learning about the cleaning business.

If you lack the basic knowledge and the confidence to start on your own, this beginners’ guide could give you the boost you need to take the next step.


Our Final Take on Clean up The Profits?

This is a product that could perhaps use a few tweaks here and there to improve its impact on the audience – either by trimming the fat to turn this into a concise, user-friendly guide or by adding more illustrations.

As it is, this Instant Office Cleaning Kit eBook still offers some great advice for newcomers that want to learn the basics about cleaning offices and running a successful part-time business.

There is nothing revolutionary here, but many happy readers have started up their own home business and are able to make good money cleaning offices based on the advice.

More importantly, most happily recommend Rodman’s approach for its simplicity, potential and positive nature.

Click Here To Start Your Office Cleaning Business!

 

We hope you enjoyed this Clean Up The Profits review and if you have any questions about the product or want to leave your own personal review, leave a comment in the section below.

70 comments on “Start Your Own Office Cleaning Business

  1. Hi Chris,
    Wow – love the hook by the book title about making and extra $54K part time. That alone is worth spending $37 with a money back guarantee! I’ve always wondered about the profit margins in cleaning businesses…we have someone come through our office and she always seems so carefree and stressfree. I’d love to make $54K working part-time. Great book review. I may have to check it out!
    Alyssa

    1. Yeah I know Alyssa – I was pretty surprised by the amount of people who had got into the business AND done extremely well!

  2. This is a very huge market but its currently being tapped into world wide with start up companies like Homejoy via USA/canada and european side Helpling. I guess theres a new trend for starting your own business in the cleaning industry.

    thank you for an awesome review on the E book.

    Good luck

    Nelson

    1. No problem Nelson! I was also surprised at how popular this startup sector is now – a lot of people making a lot of money through it!

  3. Wow, Chris! Thanks so much for this review. I love the way you laid it out so clearly with the pros and cons.

    I find a lot of these books are padded out with fluff, like you mentioned, but if you can be selective and pick out the good, they can be very useful.

    I really need to earn a bit more on the side and this looks like an interesting option. Would you mind answering one question though that I am unclear about?

    Is this book only useful for someone who wants to go into the cleaning business or can the strategies it lays out be applied to other options and small businesses?

    1. I suppose many of the strategies can be applied to many different startups but the content itself is geared towards the cleaning industry Brian. Hope this helps! 🙂

  4. I was just talking to a friend about starting a cleaning business. We were brainstorming if we should do residential or commercial. Then we were trying to figure out if there was a way we could simply run the business without having to do the cleaning ourselves.

    I think we might need to get the “Clean Up The Profits” book. Sounds like it might be exactly what we are looking for!

    Thanks for the information.

  5. Thanks for the nice idea! I have never before thought of having a cleaning company.

    The idea sounds somehow interesting. Earning $54k in a part-time job is of course a bit amount of money. But I believe it’s easier said than done.

    The course is made in the US and I believe that the things could work a bit differently here in Finland. I’m not sure how it would work here. What do you think, is the book useful for me as a Finnish or are the regulations totally different there!

    1. I would think there would be certain parameters that are slightly different but the general ‘cleaning business’ side of things should be the same…shouldn’t it?

  6. That’s usually a sign of a quality book to offer such a generous return policy. Especially when someone could read the book front to back in that amount of time.

    Does the book explain what startup costs would be for someone starting their own cleaning business? I would assume they would have to purchase supplies and cleaning products unless the company offices provide those.

    1. Yeah it covers all that Kiersten. In fact, it actually gives a little too much information at first ( I had to go back and re-read certain chapters! ).

  7. Thought this was another of those many money online business until I went through the details your review. Well sometimes it is worth going back to basic as far as doing business is concern. I would say that it is much tougher to start an offline business because it will need more of your time like visiting customers, working out a quotation, collecting payments, etc.

  8. Hi Chris

    I actually had visions of myself becoming an actual office cleaner for a brief moment, lol.

    But now do see how it’s a real business I can make extra money from 🙂

    Sam’s eBook does sound like a good investment for families who do want to earn that little bit more extra. But I don’t like the fact that it lacks imagery because I hate reading without photos.

    Thanks for sharing a great review on Clean up The Profits though.

    Neil

  9. This makes a refreshing change! i like it when somebody wants to pass on useful information that can benefit others without them having to pay a fortune for that information.

    I think the price is reasonable as long as you act on the information given. If your just going to read it and then forget it then, obviously, it is then a waste of money.

    but less than $40 buck to find out how you can start your own business is a good deal in my opinion.

    1. Yeah it’s like anything online Steve – make sure you are properly interested in the subject before taking it on (we don’t want people to waste their money!)

  10. Hi there Chris. Thank you for sharing this review with us, I really enjoyed reading this. It’s funny but I was approached a couple of months ago by a friend of mine who had previously had his own cleaning business. He was considering starting up again and wondered if I wanted to be part of it. I was extremely surprised to discover how profitable a small cleaning business can be! This guy got one contract in a factory where he cleaned for just 10 hours per week and that one contract was enough to pay him a good full time wage! So I can see how the claim of making $54,000 could quite easily be possible. Definitely food for thought in this article Chris. Thanks!

    1. Hi there Andrew, yeah I’ve also heard of certain lucky guys that have ended up with decent contracts – well worth looking into isn’t it?

  11. Very interesting review. I have a friend who had a cleaning business in NYC and did quite well. He finally sold the business because staff issues.

    I remember him saying that it all starts off with one account and you grow fro there. I was surprise that they actually sell a start-up guide. I wouldn’t be surprise if you get a lot of takers.

    Thanks for the info.

  12. What a great way to make money, Glad I came across this site. This sounds like a really great read with lots of tips.
    I have heard of this before where this women was telling me about this women she knew that earnt a fortune from cleaning offices! Can’t remember the exact figure but was enough to make me say wow!
    Not many people would think cleaning offices is a decent wage, but it can surprise you how much you can earn.

    1. You certainly can rake it in when cleaning these offices Jenny – I was also really surprised by how lucrative it is!

  13. Hello Chris:
    That was a good article and a way of income most wouldn’t even think about. I enjoyed your article and think the price for the book is very reasonable. At 37 dollars and a money back guarantee I don’t see how you could go wrong. I am curious if you or anyone you know personally has had success with this. You definitely got my attention and am doing some research to see if it is something I may want to get involved in.

    Thanks
    Adam

    1. There are many testimonials online about the success through this product Adam. Whilst we tested it ourselves we were not able to build a full business due to our time restrictions (obviously!). It’s a good choice of training! 🙂

  14. Hi, and thank you so much for this honest review. I actually considered starting my own office cleaning business but didn’t really know where to start. It sounds like this may be the perfect way for me to get the information I need. I do appreciate you being so honest in your feedback of both the pros and the cons as this gives a solid understanding of exactly what to expect from it.

    1. That’s cool Robert – I’m glad our review was able to help you out. Good luck with your office cleaning business 🙂

  15. I know of a couple of different people who have started a cleaning service for commercial property owners. One eventually made it a good part time business while the other never was able to make good money from all the work involved. There must be a trick or you have to have the right mindset in order to make a good business of cleaning office buildings. The book does sound like an interesting read and I am inclined to tell these two people I know about the book so perhaps they both will become more successful. I am glad I read this review.

    1. Hi Kenneth,

      Well some people succeed in business whilst others fail miserably – as you said, it’s probably down to mindset along with the initial education you receive (on the subject!).

  16. Hey Chris,

    I really love your review on the book. And I totally agree with you, getting the right direction out of all the fluff you get people recommending to you is what matters most.

    The book does give quite some insight too on how to go about applying quality strategies to other industries as well and I believe they would turn out great to anyone who’d use them right.

  17. Hey, this is a brilliant idea and niche, Office cleaning business ebook training? I believe that it’s a very good program and business to get into, although working hours may be over night, to avoid traffic, someone has to do the job. It’s wise of you to show exactly how a person can actually get into and grow in this business type. Thank you for sharing this information.

    1. Okay mate – glad you find the niche of office cleaning interesting. Don’t forget to spread the word and hit those social share buttons (a shameless plug by us!)

  18. Hi Chris,

    This is something that I have never put much thought into before. However if you think about it, with the right knowledge on how to approach prospective clients, this could be a very lucrative little business.

    Just think how many offices are out there and they all need to be cleaned at some point. If you are able to supply a cost effective service, I do not see why people would not take you up on on your offer.

    1. Hi Michael,

      Yes I think you’re very right there – the main point here is providing a cost effective service that places you above older (more established) competitors!

      It’s all included in the guide so give it a quick look – nothing to lose due to the handy refund option!

  19. This looks like a great idea. I have been thinking of doing something part time for some extra cash, but unfortunately I do not have any qualifications. That means that my options are quite small. I was looking at several websites for ideas and this review just made sense. Don’t need any prior experience or qualifications. Awesome. I will for sure look into it, but tell me, do you have any similar ideas or recommendations that I could check out?

    1. Hello there Leo!

      Yes we have plenty of ideas for work at home businesses here – simply find a keyword you are interested in and use the search bar at the top right of the site!

      Great to see that you like the idea of this particular business – a bit of work to set up but pretty much residual once you get your first customer! 🙂

  20. I love your review about this book. It seems like a good read for someone starting out in the cleaning business sector.
    I was thinking about starting a cleaning business at some point but lost interest because I could not get all the info I needed.
    I think it would be a good idea to give the book a try and see what they have to say.

    Kind regards

    Rika

    1. Hi there Rika – well great minds think alike then! 🙂

      All the info you will need to set up a strong and successful office cleaning business is included in this guide – good luck with it mate! 🙂

  21. Hi Chris,

    Cleaning offices as a business, some might turn their noses up at it but it is a bona fide legit and very profitable. Just look at all the offices in your local area, individual businesses to office blocks to apartment buildings, very seldom the cleaners are employed directly but by an agency.

    That applies to educational institutes, such as universities, colleges, schools and government buildings too! pretty hot opportunity when you think about it!

    1. Yep – a very hot opportunity really Derek…as long as you are prepared to put the ground work in (no pun intended!).

      I never really thought about this niche before I stumbled across this guide if I’m honest with you – but it makes perfect sense! As you point out – there are thousands of offices all over modern countries.

      It’s a great guide and we’ve had great feedback on it.

  22. Hi there,

    Very seldom I come across a guide that teaches an offline business such as an office cleaning business. There are a lot of other offline businesses guides out there that are probably less “tiring.” What do you think is the edge of starting an office cleaning business than starting another one with the same amount of money to start with?

    Thanks!

    1. Well the money first off – in most cases a single contract is enough to set you up for years and years (depending how long the company runs for!).

      Of course it will be tiring but remember – you are not doing it all yourself!

      Anything that is worth doing will always be hard work when you first start out…

  23. HI Chris,
    I have a friend who quit her profession as a writer/ public relations consultant to start her own cleaning business. She was tired of all of the politics and wanted a less stressful life.
    It looks like this book might be just what one needs to start up their new independent life.
    Cheers!

    1. Hi Tammy,

      Well there’s a lot of money in it….if it’s done correctly of course! Wish her luck from me 🙂

      If you have the time in the future to pop back here and let us know how she’s doing, that would be great!

  24. This seems pretty interesting, I’m fairly deep into affiliate marketing to start a cleaning business.

    However, I do know a few people that may be interested in buying this ebook.

    I have a brother that is always looking for ways to make extra money with these types of odd jobs. The book seems to be at a reasonable price too.

    1. Do you mean you are too busy with affiliate marketing to start up a cleaning business? If that’s the case – no worries David (and thanks for letting your brother know about it!)

  25. Well Chris, this is a great review for this e book and you have given the good points and also the cons which is very important to know before you buy it. With so many families struggling nowadays, its great that these ideas are laid out in a simple fashion for people to follow and I like the fact that there is such a long 60 day guarantee – thanks for sharing, much appreciated!

    1. No problem David!

      We tend to do quite well out of these diverse ideas for self employment these days – I think it’s mainly down to the mess most country’s economies are in at the moment!

  26. I have tried to do a cleaning business many, many years ago. The issue I think this Ebook should cover is that making that extra ‘$50’K part-time does take an insane lot of work in the beginning. You have to put in a big investment like any other business and typically, around the area I live in, it takes over 2+ years for a cleaning business to have steady clients. Also, they only way you could possibly get that $50k, is if you do a contract with major corporations like energy/oil companies IF they don’t already have another contract with another contractor.

    I am sure this Ebook has great information and insight, but from my own experience, it takes tremendous dedication to work towards keeping clients, and also what other competition you are up against especially in bigger cities.

    Perhaps this book will cut away all the barriers and help someone gain the business faster and more efficient?

    1. Casi, Casi Casi….

      ANYTHING that you choose to take on in life is going to be hard work – especially if you go down the self employed route. I run 5 websites for a living – and it is VERY hard work!

      People always want the easy route but most of the time this route is not available – if you want to be a self employed success, you are gonna have to work harder than you’ve ever worked before!

  27. This is a really catchy title and a great subject for people.

    Personally, my ex husband and I cleaned Medical Office Buildings before we went to college/work in the morning. We only needed a few hundred bucks a month, and we stumbled onto it from an ad in the paper, however we had no idea how to do it as our own company so we made MUCH MUCH less than we would have made had we found the jobs ourselves. In fact, at that time I had no idea how to be self-employed so I didn’t even consider it.

    Later, when I had my own offices I found myself paying pretty darned good money for someone to RELIABLY handle my cleaning, since the office needed to be practically hosed out after my employees got done with it every day. Even just taking out the trash would never get done if it was up to each person to straighten their own area.

    This is an “evergreen” service. There will NEVER be a lack of demand. Great book that will bring someone literally hundreds of times it’s value over time. Good job man.

    1. Totally agree Alexx – that’s what attracted us to this business opportunity in the first place! Evergreen business choices are so solid to build upon…as long as you follow a decent business plan!

  28. This sounds like an excellent way of making some extra money! The book itself seems to be very reasonably priced. Well, with the money back guarantee you can’t really go wrong! I might even have to recommend this to a couple of friends to mine and direct them to your site.

  29. Thats pretty neat, I never thought you could make so much money for cleaning offices and stuff. I mean $54,000 isn’t a lot of money, but its definitely more than anything I have ever made in one year.

    This is definitely something worth checking out on possible options of having more time off and being able to pay off bills!

    1. If it works for you…it can really bring in the fresh Jacob!

      But, as with everything worthwhile, it is going to take a bit of elbow grease to get off the ground!

  30. I enjoyed reading this post but I have a few reservations about it. Working part time when your already working full time is quite the stretch for most people. Also you must have to find cleaning tolerable. I hate cleaning my own house let alone would go out after work and clean some more. Then again if you are a clean freak this might not be so bad. Also, why the book does not have illustrations is not very encouraging for a good read.

    1. LOL well this is probably not the choice for you Anna – you need to be able to tolerate cleaning at least before taking this sort of thing on!

      Begs the question – what are you doing on this page? 🙂

  31. Chris,
    I worked part time at a office cleaning business when I was younger. I have had several friends in this business also. The low cost of getting started is a plus. Having a guide to help you with the details would be a great plus. The biggest drawback that I had with this type of business is that you must work when your customers are closed, almost always working evenings or weekends.
    John

    1. It’s certainly not the most social friendly of jobs out there John but the money’s good – you have to weigh the two up and see which one is more important for you!

  32. Hi Chris,
    What a fantastic article and an interesting way to earn income. I’m sure not a lot of people have even thought about this as a source for income, I know I haven’t. $37 seems like a very reasonable price and with the money back guarantee there’s no reason not to check it out. Thanks for sharing and I will be most certainly checking this out.

    1. I was quite excited by the niche and the business idea myself…so I splashed the cash to see if the guide was worth promoting here!

      Turns out office cleaning is a pretty good niche choice for business…if you are prepared to put the ground work in! 🙂

  33. Great review Chris. Very interesting idea, starting an office cleaning business…I’d imagine you’d never be short of business… I wanted to ask if the guide explains how to scale the business by outsourcing the work to other operatives and/or anything in the guide re: branding and franchising your business? Also, does Sam explain how much to charge and how, as in hourly rate or contract based?… again, thanks for the great review and all the best.

    1. Hi Steve,

      Yes, everything you need to know to start off a successful office cleaning business is included in the guide. For obvious reasons, I can’t go into too much detail as the vendor/owner of the product wants to keep it ‘in house’ as much as possible!

  34. Hi Chris,
    Nice review! This is a very good niche. I have a friend who started their own cleaning business in NJ and is doing very well; it is definitely a profitable business.

  35. I am finding online more and more that a physical product or business sells alot better than electronic ones. I may be wrong but thats how it feels to me.

    Products like this are great because it braks it down step by step. There are various types of businesses you can start and use the internet to leverage this and a cleaning business is a perfect example.

    I would definately have a look at this product as your review does it justice for sure. Thanks for sharing with us 🙂

    1. I agree Andy – the internet is the perfect platform for leveraging businesses in this niche (and many other physical niches). Thanks for taking the time to read our review and leave your personal opinion on it.

  36. Nice, thorough review of a field that virtually everyone has some experience in and can use that experience to make a little extra money. I like the fact that he is aiming toward the novice as too many books like this go right into starting a larger cleaning company. To do this you need baby steps. Well done. A practical guide to starting your own business.

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