Town & Country Cleaning has crafted a winning formula in the UK cleaning sector. A concept based on ethical values, diversification in cleaning, and an unrelenting focus on developing long-term, retentive customer relationships.
Point Franchise welcomes Town & Country Cleaning!
Diversification and ethical values
The history of Town & Country Cleaning begins in 1977 from Farnham in Surrey with a vision statement based on honesty, hard work, personal, professional, and local. In particular, Town & Country Cleaning focuses on the environmental impact of cleaning. This is why Town & Country Cleaning is ISO14001 certified, proudly showing its commitment to lessening environmental impact. However, this ethical stand doesn't just mean the environment but also the cleaners under Town & Country Cleaning. In fact, TCC ensures all its cleaners a living wage, even during difficult times of rising living costs.
But in a nutshell, Town & Country Cleaning delivers local cleaning services, whether commercial, domestic, or specialised, and is doing so for currently over 200 customers. This progressive business mindset and diversified cleaning services are what sets TCC apart from the competition.
The UK cleaning market has seen rapid changes. For example, the rise of the hybrid working model has increased demand for domestic cleaning, while deep cleaning and Covid mitigation cleaning have risen in popularity within the commercial sector. These positive changes have meant cleaning is a recession-resistant sector enjoying inelastic demand. Further, it also means the cleaning sector in the UK is expected to grow. In 2022, the UK cleaning market cap is at GBP2.1bn, with domestic cleaning set to grow annually by 7.03% until 2026. [Ibisworld & Statista]
Longterm value creation, not cheap short-term wins
With an emphasis on customer and staff retention, Town & Country Cleaning realises the value of a returning customer and happy staff. Because a returning client increases the lifetime value of said client completed by cleaners and personnel who are excited to head to work every day. In business lingo, this is known as purposeful positioning and stakeholder valuation. But what it really means is focusing on long-term success rather than cheap short-term wins to please shareholders. This is what defines Town & Country Cleaning franchises.
£185,000 in revenue after two years
You can become a Town & Country Cleaning franchisee with a £25,000 minimum investment, £9,500 in franchise fees, and £250/month for managing your thriving client list. Then after just two years, Town & Country Cleaning estimates you will at least be raking in £185,000 in revenue!
New Town & Country Cleaning franchisees receive:
- A franchise manual that will help you all the way
- An intense 2-day training program to get you started
- Ongoing business support with quarterly reviews
- Personal advice from TCC's director with 20 years of corporate blue-chip experience
- 5 years of exclusive rights to a profitable and expansive area
- A comprehensive sales and marketing package to position you for success from day one
So if you have a proven background in managing successful partner and customer relationships and can demonstrate operational prowess, you are who Town & Country Cleaning wants!
Click the contact button below, and get in touch with Town & Country Cleaning to start your franchise journey and win back your work-life balance.
Jakob Pii, Point Franchise ©