A Mattress Cleaning Business might be just for you if you have tried everything to contain your allergies, but feel like it is not enough. Instead of just purchasing equipment to rid your fabric furniture and mattresses of allergens, you can also help others in your community to feel relief and make a good income at same time.
Mattress cleaning companies have been available for approximately 12 years in Europe, and are just now starting up in United States. No matter where you live, this business has virtually no competition, and is useful to all people. If you think it is very expensive to start, you’re wrong.
You can find mattress cleaning service franchises or companies wanting to set up dealers. You will purchase a franchise or license, and start your business. Either way companies include equipment, training, support and marketing tools to help get your mattress cleaning service up and running.
Each company offers its own system at its own cost, but they normally start about $3,000 per system and you will probably want to purchase more then one system. The up side of this mattress cleaning business is that you will see a profit fairly quickly. However, you should do some things before purchasing your franchise or license.
The first thing is to check with your local and state governments to find out regulations and requirements you will need. You should also check with your insurance agent to inquire about insurance requirements for your mattress cleaning business. Make sure you have these before you open for business.
You may also want to visit Small business web site or go to local office and get a copy of helpful forms and a sample business plan to use to help you start your business. These forms will help you answer questions, and budget your investment. It will also help you to discover any items you may have not thought of or forgotten about prior to opening.
If you need help financing your mattress cleaning services, you will need this document as well as a proposal. You will take these to private investors, banks, and Small Business Administration. If you are turned down at first, reevaluate your proposal and business plan, make any changes and try again. Never get discouraged.