Improving Your Quality of Life with The Cleaning Authority

Improving Your Quality of Life with The Cleaning Authority

In America’s fast paced world of work, it is often difficult to find down time to relax. Nowadays, people seem to live to work, rather than the other way around. However, it’s never too late to make a change to improve your quality of life. Don’t let working nights, weekends, and holidays intrude on your personal and family lives.

Franchising with The Cleaning Authority means that you don’t have to sacrifice your free time for your career. Business ownership doesn’t come without it’s challenges, but it’s ultimately up to you to create the lifestyle that you want. In this respect, our business model is unique because it is primed for absentee ownership, which means that once the business is established and running well, managers can take over day-to-day operations.

Bob Wittenstein of The Cleaning Authority of Raleigh-Durham, was able to accomplish this when his wife’s career moved them from North Carolina up to Maryland. “One of the goals that I had set when I went in to the business was that I wanted to be able to take off a large chunk of time in the summer,” he said. “I was able to begin to put processes in place so that I could be gone from the office for an extended period of time.”

While absentee ownership wasn’t his original goal, the system allowed him to keep his business even though he no longer lived in the state. Now, he goes in about once a month to make sure things are running smoothly.

Our career opportunities track begins as employees are hired as professional housecleaners with the potential to rise up as a trainer, quality inspector, and eventually even manager, which is what allows our franchise owners to spend minimal time in the office.

Take your life back! Visit our website today for more information about our franchise opportunities.

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