Janitorial Forms

Do you need Janitorial Forms for your cleaning business? Cleaning business forms have a specific purpose in your cleaning business. Not only do they project you as a professional cleaning business, but they can actually help you grow your business and become successful. Download our Janitorial Forms today!

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Janitorial Forms

Protect Your Cleaning Business with Janitorial Forms!


You have done all the basic necessities to start your cleaning business, now it is time to get ready for clients. The first step is to get your paperwork in order. This is essential to your organization.


The essential Janitorial Forms you will need are:

  • Cleaning Service Contract

  • Cleaning Checklist

  • Cleaning Invoice

  • Satisfaction Survey

These are what we would consider the bare necessities, but there are many more that will contribute to making your business much easier and much more organized.

 

1. Service Contract

Let's talk about what should be in your service contract first. Firstly, we don't like to call the contract a "contract". We like to call it a service agreement. It is essentially the same thing just with different terminology. Contracts have been given a bad name and therefore scare people off. A service agreement sounds nicer and less binding although it is just as binding.

The cleaning contract should include the name and address of the business you will be working in as well as your name to show it is an agreement between yourself and the business owner. This allows you to be in the business. It should then lay out what you will be doing there, how often and for how much.

You should have all your business policies spelt out and a place for your client to agree to them. Some of your business policies should include liability issues such as damage, alarms, cleaning procedures, etc. You should also list your cancellation policy, payment policy, etc. There is a lot of thought that should go into a service contract and it should not be taken lightly. The contract is there to protect your business and your money.

 

2. Cleaning Checklist


The next item is your cleaning checklist. You would take this with you on each visit and document what you did while you were there. You would then leave it behind with an invoice or receipt if they paid.

 

3. Cleaning Invoice


Your invoice should state what you did on what date for how much money and tax with a total.

 

4. Satisfaction Survey


The last essential form is the satisfaction survey. It is recommended to leave this behind after the very first visit and then follow up every 6 months or so to get essential feedback on how you or your employees are doing.

There are many other forms which will aid you in simplifying your cleaning business such as the release of liability form, which will release you from liability if your client wants you to use a certain cleaning agent in which you are not familiar with. There is also the telephone reservation form which will help in those phone inquiries as well as many more forms you can download for free.