Anacortes, WA (PressExposure) December 29, 2009 -- You probably didnât know that cleaning windows can be quite profitable. The national average pay for window cleaners is $40 to $70 an hour. Thatâs right, an hour! But you probably need a lot of training and expensive equipment, right? Nope. You donât need any formal training or classes. Itâs a learn-while-you-earn job and you can also get training through free videos on YouTube. As far as expenses go, you can gather a good starter kit of equipment for under $400. Do two jobs and youâll have made back that money in no time. Itâs really that easy!
The tips to help get you started in your window cleaning business can be found in the new e-book from HeadStart Publishing, Profitable Window Cleaning: How to Start a Successful Window Cleaning Business on a Shoestring. This comprehensive guide can tell you everything you need to know. Soon youâll be outside and making money.
Starting your own window cleaning business wonât take lots of time or put you way into debt. In fact, you can be up and in business in less than a week. Profitable Window Cleaning will tell you how. It gives you the tools to get ahead in the window cleaning business.
Cleaning windows is not a get-rich-quick scheme. You likely wonât be buying that beach house in Hawaii because of your business. But you can make a substantial income without a ton of headache. Making between $40 and $70 an hour makes it possible for you make between $50,000 and $100,000 a year. It can be done as a second job, a part-time job, or could become a lucrative new career. You decide. Youâre the boss.
Profitable Window Cleaning is broken down into easy sections, such as: 1. Setting up your business office 2. How to charge 3. Window cleaning equipment 4. Window cleaning tips and techniques 5. How to findâand keepâyour customers 6. Window cleaning resources And more!
It answers the questions you probably have: â¢ What is a good rate to charge? â¢ Whatâs a cheap way I can get customers? â¢ For tax purposes, what should my businessâs legal structure be? â¢ Should I work alone or hire employees? â¢ What are some solutions to the problems I might have?
Profitable Window Cleaning is the one-stop manual you need to get going. Itâs a quick, fun read that you can complete in an afternoon. The information is clearly organized, and if you still want more, the book lists many additional resources available to you.
Starting your own window cleaning business is a chance for you to make some nice profits. Use the profits to start a college fund or for that vacation youâve had to put off for years. You decide. Youâre the boss. You work when you want to work. You set your prices. Best of all, you can get started in no time thanks to all the help that can be found in Profitable Window Cleaning from HeadStart Publishing. Itâs available at: http://extraincomebulletin.com