5 Tips For Selling Route Work

5 Tips For Selling Route Work

Route (any job done more than once a month) is one of my favorite types of window cleaning. I’m not sure if its the relaxed cleaning or the awesome frequency of it.  But route is great.  Once you build a nice route, it will fill up your schedule FAST.  You are looking...
More Working Capital

More Working Capital

When you’re caught up in the day-to-day operations of your window cleaning business, it’s easy to overlook red flags that signify your need for additional working capital. Things like slow customer acquisition or increasing employee churn could be detrimental to your...
Keeping Your Money Safe

Keeping Your Money Safe

Our cash flow is arguably the most powerful tool we have in our business. The business owners I see that are performing the best in their trades are often not the best at the trade itself; they are the best at making solid decisions with their money. They invest in...
Avoiding The A-Team / B-Team Syndrome

Avoiding The A-Team / B-Team Syndrome

It’s the time window cleaners both crave and dread: your company has grown so much that you could probably hire. But should you? If this was the Family Feud, the Top 5 answers to that question would be:   I don’t wanna  Employees are headaches  It’s hard to find good...
Make Your 2022 Budget

Make Your 2022 Budget

I wrote an article about budgeting early in 2021 that addressed whether a budget is necessary and how to go about it. As you can imagine, since I’m diving back into the ever-exciting topic of budgeting, the short answer was yes, and it’s easier than you think. In this...
Get Up, Clean Up, Show Up

Get Up, Clean Up, Show Up

Michael Draper is the definition of a Renaissance Man. He was in training to be a police officer, worked as a maintenance technician, dabbled in real estate, was the General Manager of a hotel, salesman & then vice president of sales and marketing at a prominent...