If your considering setting up a new business, a Window Cleaning service could be the opportunity you have been waiting for.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to get started in this lucrative business. You can start now with little cash and no experience.
Here are some guides & templates to download that may help you set up a new business in Window cleaning! they include a rough idea of the services, a few tips and sample contracts you could use if you would be hiring.
The contracts will also give you and idea of terms and conditions of the business and its a good head start if you were thinking of setting up as a window cleaner!
I suggest you use the guides to get a better idea of the business, then add all the details you need to make them your own and visit a business start up adviser, or contact your local Jobcentre and they will give you a nudge in the right direction and you may be eligible for business start up grants/ loans.
Click on the guides below to download.
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