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Trusted Home Cleaning provides work/life balance choices

or a company born in 2006 on the back of a successful medical cleaning operation with over 30 years experience, Trusted Home Cleaning has enjoyed remarkable success with sustained growth in a very difficult trading environment. There are huge benefits and attractions


for new franchisees coming on board, not least of which are a very competitive, potential earnings package, high margins, and a generous free initial marketing budget with no selling or cold calling. Trusted Home Cleaning is a management franchise, which means that franchisees don’t have to do the cleaning as it will be done by their cleaners. Franchisees don’t have to invest in equipment as it is all supplied and most of the traditional running costs will not apply to them. They are guided to rapid success through easy-to-use powerful software, and the company’s approach to new franchisees of hands-on help and assistance to secure new business. Franchisees soon become comfortable

with their new business and as time passes they become more and more independent of the company’s help and guidance in the secure knowledge that it is always there to help.

The size of the cleaning market is huge so franchisees need never run out of customers in this recession-resistant industry and that (as according to the Cleaning Industry National Training Organisation is worth around £9 billion a year) their future looks incredibly bright. The level of income franchisees can

potentially enjoy with Trusted Home Cleaning will give them better work/life balance choices and this will happen a lot

quicker than they might at first think - and don’t forget there is no earnings ceiling. It will be the franchisees’decision when, and at what level, they decide they have reached their desired work/life balance. Their standard of living can become

very comfortable and be achieved despite the ups and downs of the economy. When the country emerges from these uncertain times, as it will, the future could then be even better. Following the successful launch of the franchise in parts of East Anglia and the South West, it is now expanding throughout the country and has developed an innovative franchise system. One of the many key features of this recession- resistant business is that there is no selling required on the part of the franchisee - just order taking in response to phone enquiries. Trusted Home Cleaning provides its franchisees with tried, tested and proven business systems, and software that enables them to operate effectively from day one. The level of support and guidance they receive from the highly experienced management team will help them build a very successful business.

Franchisee’s success Roger Hamlet has put his money

where his mouth is by running the franchise in Teignmouth. He has experienced a continuous,

monthly increase in profits and is able to completely support himself and his family despite having started in 2008 at the beginning of the recession. “Our standard of living is now far more comfortable and this has been achieved despite the recession, and

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promises much more when the country emerges from the economic troubles that it now faces,” he says.

Hamlet is able to ● Roger Hamlet

work his business around his personal life and it now operates with little

input on his part. “In a typical week I spend around 10 to 20 hours on the business. When I work is up to me,” he says. What advice would he give to someone considering a Trusted Home Cleaning franchise? “Go for it! I am so pleased to have had this opportunity. “I am now independent in terms of the time spent in the business and the financial freedom it has given me. I have a terrific work/life balance and the franchise generates an excellent income.”


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