How to Start Your Own Janitorial Services Business

There are two ways to start your own janitorial services business – the easy way and the hard way.

It probably won’t be a surprise to you that we think buying a Stratus Building Solutions franchise is the easy way. You’re reading this on the Stratus blog, after all. But we think we have a strong case to make that if you want your own cleaning business, the best strategy by far is to become a Stratus Building Solutions franchise owner.

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Unit Franchise in Focus: Syd Vonbaur

People often think of buying a franchise as a way to make a full-time living — and for good reason! That is what most people do. But franchise ownership can also be an effective way to supplement your income. That’s right, in this era of the gig economy, Stratus Building Solutions, the nation’s leading green commercial cleaning company, could be your side hustle.

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Unit Franchise in Focus: Carlos Farfan

Carlos Farfan and and How Joining the Stratus Family Lead to More Quality Time with His Immediate Family

Carlos Farfan was a family man without a family. That is, before he bought a Stratus Building Solutions franchise and became a business owner.  He was constantly traveling for work and leaving behind his wife, Celia, and his then three young sons (he now has four boys).

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5 Steps to Grow Your Cleaning Business

5 Steps to Grow Your Cleaning Business

Running a cleaning business is a great way to provide a service to business owners who need your help. If you're the owner of a cleaning business, there's a good chance you want to find more customers and generate more revenue. Here are five easy steps you can take to grow your commercial cleaning business.

1. Get Support for Managing Your Digital Marketing

If you want to grow your business, you need to harness the power of the web to reach more customers.

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Running a Successful Cleaning Company

Running a Successful Cleaning Company

Having a job is as a janitor, cleaner or shopkeeper can challenging -- but also rewarding. After all, the job requires rigorous physical activity as well as attention to detail and fastidiousness. Thus, as the owner of a cleaning company, it can be helpful to take some time to understand how to best work with cleaners so that your team has a sense of responsibility and ownership while they work and a good relationship with you as a supervisor.

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