Whether you specialize in scrubbing people's homes or restoring office buildings to a state of pristine cleanliness each night, you know that there's more to your job than mopping and disinfecting. In fact, running a cleaning business takes a lot of work — and even if you're an expert at protecting expensive surfaces from damaging chemicals, you may not be familiar with the strategies that protect your business.
Check out the resources below for tips on how to manage the risks that threaten your business every day. Download our free eBook on risk management for cleaning businesses and browse our articles on cleaning business protection so you can keep what you've built going strong.
Keeping Your Claims History Clean: A Risk Management Guide for Janitorial, Maid, & Cleaning Services
5 Ways to Protect Your Janitorial, Maid, or Cleaning Business
6 Costly Business Protection Myths for Maids, Janitors, and Other Cleaning Professionals
7 Things to Know before Buying Insurance for Your Janitorial, Housekeeping, or Cleaning Business
Top 5 Risks for Cleaning and Janitorial Businesses
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