All the latest case studies from Maid2Clean Franchise. Read more about the successes achieved by franchisees in this business.
Marion Bond recalls her initial steps into becomng a Maid2Clean Franchisee:
"The ambition to run my own business has been with me since I was about 18 years old; I am now 40 and cannot understand why I have given so much time and energy working for others".
"Around 4 or 5 years ago, with our household bills starting to outweigh our income and following the failure to increase our 'wages', my husband, Nigel, and I decided to look into starting our own business".
"Our criteria being - work from home with no stock holding. After looking into many business ideas, attending exhibitions and buying endless magazines, we stumbled into the franchise village at an exhibition in Olympia".
"Maid2Clean was not represented at this particular show, but the idea of a franchise did appeal, due to the proven business concept, support from the franchisor and the banks like them too. So we started researching more seriously. We arranged to meet Elaine, who made us feel very welcome and explained the business in detail. We both came away with the impression that failure was not an option, this is a proven business and will work".
"A year and a half later, Nigel is working full time and supporting me, while I run the business from home. Obviously, there have been some pitfalls; the biggest one for us is the rural location of our customers and the lack of large towns in our area. This means, I have to work harder finding reliable cleaners with transport. Reliability will always be a problem when you are dealing with people, that’s the nature of the job, however if you are located in a sparsely populated area think carefully about where your clients and cleaners will come from".
"In summary, we are happy with the business, it grows slowly, in our case, but surely. We have no one to blame if goes wrong, but reap the profits when it goes right. We have decided not to make any hasty decisions before our 5th year anniversary, by this time we should be making a very healthy profit".
"Maid2Clean is a business that really does fit around family life!!" says Alison Oakley owner of Maid2Clean North Norfolk
3rd November 2014
Alison Oakley was introduced to Maid2Clean by a family member and it has now improved her working and family life, ten fold.
Kathy Sims opened her Maid2Clean business in February 2013 and has never looked back!
28th October 2014
Kathy Sims says that if you want to manage and control your own business, whilst having support where and when you need it then look no...
WhiteCollarFranchise are pleased to introduce Antony Cuzzocrea from Maid2Clean in West Berkshire
4th June 2014
Antony Cuzzocrea talks to WhiteCollarFranchise about his business in West Berkshire and why he chose Maid2Clean.
Introducing Lesley Riley from Maid2Clean in Halifax
5th February 2014
Lesley Riley talks to us about her Maid2Clean business in Halifax and her plans for the future
Meet Danny Schindler from Maid2Clean Herts
20th August 2013
Danny Schindler tells us why he chose Maid2Clean and his plans for the future
Introducing Judith Matheson from Maid2Clean Bourne
13th June 2013
Judith Matheson talks about a starting her businss and a year with Maid2Clean
Introducing Fiona Price from Maid2Clean Armagh and Down
11th April 2013
Fiona Price talks to us about her Maid2Clean business in Armagh and Down
Introducing Frances Poole from Maid2Clean West Lothian
7th February 2013
Frances Poole talks to us about her Maid2Clean business in West Lothian
I would be certainly happy to talk to anyone thinking about investing in the franchise.Bob Lambert (Maid2Clean Beckenham)
1st September 2014
The Lean Thinker by Mike Hanrahan