How To Clean Up - Sanitary Franchises To Invest In
The Venture Magazine|July 2020
It’s a tangible part of this new world we’ve entered after emerging from lockdown. You can smell it in corridors and in shops, and it’s a selling point for hotels reopening. Cleanliness is godliness now, and there is a high demand for sanitary services for the foreseeable future. That makes a cleaning franchise a promising business opportunity. These companies offer it.
Damien Martin

URBAN CLEAN

A custom-built app updates customers on the details of cleaning, including photos of what’s been cleaned so they can rest assured that their surfaces are fully sanitized before they welcome the general public into their place of business. A detailed audit checklist ensures that nothing gets missed. Subcontracting is not allowed, and owner-operators pass a rigorous training program. Franchisees can guarantee a 10/10 clean every time.

JANI-KING

The world’s largest commercial cleaning franchise has responded to the pandemic with a new array of sanitary services. A dry-mist virucidal treatment cleanses air and surfaces, and the chemical in the treatment is biodegradable. The pandemic clean is specially designed for buildings that have seen COVID-19 on-site. It’s a deep cleaning of all surfaces, handles, switches, vents, everything anybody might have touched.

AMC COMMERCIAL CLEANING

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