Ovenclean has experienced its best summer for customer leads yet, as homeowners turn to cleaning during the pandemic.
The oven cleaning franchise took almost a third more enquiries from June to September than it did in the same period last year. This 28 percent increase in leads demonstrates just how much people are relying on cleaning businesses at the moment.
Rebecca de Chair, Ovenclean’s Marketing Manager said,
“We are really proud to offer our cleaning service to this increased demand, which is partly a result of increased home baking during lockdown, and generally because cleaning has become more of a priority for UK homeowners in recent months. Together with more people working from home, it’s never been easier to organise a professional deep oven clean.
“What’s more, it shows our comprehensive, national marketing campaigns, which include social media advertising, Google Pay Per Click, TV and influencer activity are continuing to work really effectively!”
Ovenclean customers can rely on the franchise to act within Government guidelines at all times. It’s taking quotes and booking appointments over the phone and on email, and equipping all franchisees with masks, gloves, overalls and overshoes wherever necessary. All Ovenclean staff keep at least two metres away from customers and disinfect all surfaces they touch.
Plus, the franchise has introduced a paper- and cash-free system where possible, and is using the NHS Track and Trace app. Rebecca explained:
“Coronavirus has put enormous pressure on everyone, and it’s understandable that people will be worried about going to work or having people come into their homes. But we’re doing everything in our power to keep our oven-cleaning franchisees and their customers safe, adhering to Covid-19 secure practices at all times.”
Ovenclean is on the lookout for new investors to help it reach a growing customer base. If you’d like to cater to the rising demand for cleaning services, find out more about becoming a franchisee on the business’s profile page here at Point Franchise.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©