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How To Price Commercial Carpet Cleaning Jobs

Posted by Administrator on 6/17/2010 to Commercial Carpet Cleaning
A very common question that we get at Excellent Supply is "how do you price commercial jobs"? Well there is no hard and fast rule on pricing. In my years of cleaning commercial carpet, I've found that using a sliding scale approach to pricing seems to work best. This installment of the EncapBlog gives a quick overview of the approach that we have taken in our commercial carpet cleaning business. Hopefully this information will be helpful to you.


Date 6/21/2011 6:38:08 AM
Commercial carpet
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Date 11/4/2012
R. Smith
This information is helpful and seems to put me into my profit goal. I have been in business for just over a year and working on a contract for two 200,00 sqft building. Very helpful.
Date 12/11/2013
Brad Jordan
Great post this is very interesting. proclean-pa.com
Date 5/26/2015
Angelina Taylor
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Date 6/9/2015
jasmin patel
professional cleaners have little bit high price and regular cleanears take low price. this is superb video thank-you for sharing.
Date 8/19/2015
Unic Pro, Inc.
Thank you so much for your insight. This video is a game changer! Pricing is such a difficult topic to settle in on and often times becomes the reason that sales fall through. Clients obviously want to pay as little as possible, while we as cleaners want to make sure were are not underselling our time and products. Its a fine line between making both sides happy and one walking away feeling taken advantage of. Your idea of a fluctuating price point is fantastic. Not only is it rational, but it helps to ensure that both side are being treaded fairly. This strategy is something worth taking a deeper look into. Thanks again for the insight.
Date 8/19/2015
Rick Gelinas
I am happy to hear that it was helpful to you. Wishing you success with your commercial endeavors! Regards, Rick

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