WHY CLEANING - WHY NOW?
Above all else, the decision to enter a franchise industry is largely dependent on one thing. Growth. Without it, even the most passionate of ambitions will not reach their full potential. Fact is, while we grew in our commitment to make our and our clients’ homes safer, we were comforted to know that the benefits and efforts of our work would be returned to us in business growth. Furthermore, as our desire to develop the greenest techniques grew, so did the demand. Now, Better Life Maids is poised to not only ride the demand curve for more Maid Services, but we benefit by being among the leaders in the green segment.
Looking ahead, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the overall demand for household cleaning services is expected to grow at an annual rate of 7%. Additionally, other residential cleaning services, such as carpet cleaning is also expect to maintain a similar annual increase in demand. All in all, we are expected to see the residential cleaning market balloon to over 14 Billion (yes, with a “b”), by the year 2014.
Further, with the continuing increase in the number of families who have both adults working full-time, services such as house cleaning are no longer considered a luxury. Simply put, working adults do not have the time, nor the willingness to spend their limited time off on tasks such as cleaning house. Lastly, with empty nest households on the rise, we find our market ripe with clients that area at their peak service hiring years.
Going green is at the heart of our core business values, and coincidentally at the core of the change occurring in the cleaning industry. With our services offerings focused clearly on “greening up the market”, we are poised to gain a competitive share of the expected growth. Further, by sharing an alliance with the leading producer of green cleaning products, Better Life, there is little the “other guys” can offer besides a bit of imitation.
Isn’t it great when you are in the right place, at the right time?
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