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We're starting a cleaning service, but can't seem to come up with a name for it. Any ideas? My name is Chanel and my partner name is Tk if that helps.
Clean As A Whistle.
My sister and I are starting a residential and commercial cleaning service. We both have sassy personalities and a big sense of humor. So we came up with the name "Two Chicks and a Broomstick". I'm asking for honest feedback, let me know what you think of the name. Also, if you have any suggestions feel free to share.
By Kathye from Atlanta, GA
I wouldn't. People pay serious money to have their homes and offices cleaned, and something a little more businesslike might sound better. A cleaning service in my local area is called "Ragtime." Something like that is cute, short, fits on a business card or invoice, and still sounds reasonably professional. They are not in your state, so you might be able to try that name.
My name is Aaliyah and I'm trying to get my business license to clean houses. I'm having a hard time coming up with a name for my business. Can anyone help me please?
I don't think a cleaning business needs a catchy name. Why don't you just call it "Aaliyah's Household Cleaning". Tells what it is, who you are, and will also be at the beginning of any alphabetical listing!!
I am a local house cleaner and am looking to start a small home cleaning business with my husband. Any suggestions for a name? Our names our Mary and John if that helps? We will be working in the Cheshire/Wirral area of England. Many thanks x
By marymoo from Wirral, England
I like Royal Maids!
I am starting a little business of my own here in my neighborhood. It would also be used by some people I know around town. I am looking for a name that is eye catching and simple to remember. My job is going to be: cleaning of houses, mowing yards, and tidying up, also running errands for people, and doing house sitting.
By Gary L.
1. My Two Hands
2. A Helping Hand
3. Handy Hands
4. Two Hands for You
Gary gets it done!
Gary does it for you!
Let Gary Do It!
Greetings from Kentucky.
I am really interested in starting a home cleaning business. I am 23 years old, a mom of 1 (4yrs) and not in a situation to work a typical 9-5 Monday-Friday job. Long story short, I am a stay at home mom. My fiance and my son's Dad is currently a full-time college student, majoring in pre-med biology, and has his hands full to say the least, with classes all throughout the day, studying, homework, etc. The norm. With him being so busy I'm the parent, that is staying home with our son.
The benefits of owning/running my own home cleaning business are definitely appealing and are the main reason why I am so set on having success with this. It will allow me to have the option to have a more flexible work schedule so that I will be able to be a stay at home mom while my fiance is working on his degree. I am not sure at this point if I will keep this new home cleaning business for years upon years, for a lack of better words. But I do fully expect to keep the business going full speed until my fiance graduates and obtains his medical degree, which will be somewhere around 4 years.
This venture will be the first of its kind for myself. =) I definitely am in need and would greatly appreciate any tips, ideas on what to name this new business, words of wisdom, anything helpful! :) Thanks so much.
By Kayla B. from Stanford, KY
My partner and I have had a cleaning business for about 6 years now. I would definitely stress getting insurance. It's not cheap but may get you clients that you can't get without it, such as apartments and office accounts. Some residential clients feel safer if you have it, too.
Do not buy expensive vacs and such. They all last about 6 months, regardless if they cost $50 or $300. Get 2 so you have one for a backup. Get your cleaning rags at Sam's Club. We use the red shop rags. Have plenty.
When possible, unless the client asks for certain brands, use generic cleaners. Tell the client you do it to help keep their costs down. If they prefer a specific brand, suggest they provide it.
Advertise! Yellowbook is good. A nice ad in your local paper is good. Keep your rates competitive with other cleaners in your area. Don't expect to make a lot of money at first. It's a slow service to get started. Be flexible in your scheduling. Remember, you are there for the client, not the other way around. Be professional. Good luck!
I am a 21 year old who loves to clean! I have been cleaning for 5 years now and I feel comfortable and confident enough to start my own business. I specialize in spring cleaning residential homes. The only problem I have had is finding a business name! I am open to anything! Thanks so much.
How about "I Love To Clean!" cleaning service? That would catch their attention and let them know you are a positive person and probably do a great job since you are enjoying what you do. Anne from NC
My name is Angela and my friend name is Lexi. We are trying to come up with a name for are cleaning business. Thanks.
By Angela from Casselberry, FL
Lexi is often an abbreviation for Alexis. If this is the case, why not A & A Cleaning Services, or some other such thing?
I am a 23 year old, and I am looking into starting a house cleaning business with my friend, Mary. We both enjoy keeping our own homes sparkling clean and are very organized people. We are just having a hard time coming up with a good name. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
By Hannah V.
"Dust Busters" says it all and comes right to the point. I wish you great success with your cleaning business.
How about "BeDazzled Cleaning Service" or "Sparkly Clean Home Cleaning Service" or some variation, like BeDazzling, or Sparkle Clean? Good luck to you!
I am starting a cleaning service (home and office) with my daughter and we are trying to come up with a catchy business name. My last name is "Bright" and both of our first names start with "J".
Thanks so much!
By J. B.
I need a new name for my cleaning business. My old name was Tina Cleaning Chick. I have to change my name because my ex-husband owns the website.
By Tina Avis
Tina The Cleaning Chic
I am looking for a good name for a cleaning service. Our names are Lisa and Chastity. We live in the country. We where interested in starting our own business.
Two Ladies and a Duster
Two Ladies and a Bucket
2 Ladies and a Bucket List
Have Broom- Will Travel
I live in Idaho I have been working as a custodian for a school district for 8 years now. I have learned a lot about cleaning schools. Now I want to venture out and start a cleaning company to clean small business offices and homes. Any ideas on a good business name that would be simple for people to remember. Thanks for the help.
Start with the word clean or cleaning so that your business will always be one of the first listed. When people are looking for that service by keyword, category, or name, your listing will always be right there. That will help you to grow your business. When someone is looking in a directory, yellow pages, or web search, chances are they will look for the word clean or cleaning and there you will be front and center. When people see a name, they tend to visualize it. Make that easy for them. Haven't you seen store names listed and wondered what the heck they are? Don't make them guess what you do. Use your name to show your experience, expertise, or preferred services.
'Cleaning by David', 'Cleaned by Experience', 'Cleanest of All', 'Cleaning Closer', 'Cleaning Class Act', 'Cleaning Associates', 'Cleaning Trouble Shooter'
I am thinking of opening a cleaning service. I am not sure if sole or with my friend of 40 years. She came up with the title, Two Sisters United Cleaning Servce, or Diana's Down and Dirty Cleaning Service. Which sounds better for a business?
How about 'Squeaky Clean"?
My name is Madelyn and my fiance and I cant agree on a catchy name for the cleaning business we want to start in Houston, Texas. I wanted something that's fresh and catchy! Someone please help.
This is just a little tip. When you settle on a name for your cleaning business, make it clear what the business is all about. Don't give it some name that could be used on a cafe, beauty shop, or dry cleaning establishment, be very specific. It could also be a name that speaks to your mission to do a great job. Best of luck to you.
My name is Kelly and I am looking for residential cleaning company name suggestions. Any ideas?
I am starting a cleaning business and is looking for a catchy, but nice name for my business. I have 3 kids whose initials are P, J, and J, my husband's name is Jacky, my birth month is May and my birth stone is an emerald. Any suggestions?
By Cynthia from Belleville, IL
What about PJ's Cleaning. You rest while we do our best.
My friends and I are wanting to start a business where we will clean houses, do yard work, run errands, do laundry, wash/walk your pets, prepare meals, etc. This is a huge endeavor and we would like to get started on the right track. The two main cleaners' names are Amanda and Octavia. They are very trustworthy, loyal and easy to work with. I was wondering if any one had any ideas for some business names to get the ball rolling?
Thanks for any help!
How about one of these:
"We got your back" Home Care Specialists
I have these names in mind for my cleaning company, but I'm not sure which of them would be better: Tidy and Shiny Home, Clean Living, or My Clean Home. Your thoughts?
By Liliana r
I would just go with "Tidy and Shiny". I like the sound of it. Best of luck to you.
I am starting my own house cleaning/child care business. For now my goal is to alleviate stress in the home. I would like to be able to branch out and clean offices at a later date. Every name I have come up with is in use. There are a few young single moms in need. I need something clean and crisp similar to all the short ones I wanted are taken, such as: Serenity Services, Tranquil Services, Twinkle Services, Bliss Cleaning, and Serene Cleaning. There's one I have found that I could use, but it has no reference to stress relief (The Clean Team).
With business names, you want to keep two things in mind: 1. Have a name that starts with a letter early in the alphabet for a prime position in business directories (Yellow Pages and such). 2. Especially with an innovative service / product, you want it to be clear what it is that you do. If it is too generic or poetic, people will just scratch their heads and move on to a different company. My idea for your company name is "A Mother's Helper" - it starts with an "A" and clearly signals who your target audience is, that you are willing to help moms with their chores, and those usually include cleaning and childcare. The subtitle on business cards and such can then be more specific ("Childcare and housecleaning services"). Good luck with your business!