Bellevue, WA, April 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Business owner Brian Winch has been cleaning up for nearly 30 years. He cleans litter material from parking lots, sidewalks and surrounding landscapes at all types of commercial properties. Business has been booming for years in spite of economic ups and downs.
Now Winch is teaching others how they, too, can own a profitable parking lot cleaning business. His site http://www.CleanLots.com offers his new book "Cleaning Up For Cash" along with telephone support and coaching.
"There is huge demand for this type of commercial cleaning. And the beauty of it is you don't need expensive power equipment. Just a broom and a scoop tool and you're in business earning thousands per week," Winch said.
For decades Winch has done exactly as he teaches, developing contracts with commercial property management companies who need litter picked up from their properties. His book shows readers how to start with little to no money, then tap into referrals and repeat business to keep income flowing for as long as desired.
"I never have to sell businesses on my service. It's something they all need but is provided by the property manager. You'll get the job as soon as you tell them you can clean their parking lots," Winch said.
Although the lot cleaning business is ideal for someone who enjoys working outdoors with their hands, it can also be right for those who manage helpers to do the work. "I sell my book and consulting to many cleaning services who see this as a great add-on," Winch said.
Cleaning Up For Cash comes at a time when US unemployment levels have remained high in most cities and states. Lot cleaning requires no previous experience and minimal tools, making it an important in-demand service a wide range of individuals can provide.
"These days when so many people have seen their pay shrink, this is the perfect way to create your own business where you can earn an excellent full-time income," Winch said.
Commercial property management services who regularly deal with multi-million dollar properties are willing to pay handsomely for lot cleaning services, especially when removing trash can increase the value and demand for their property.
"Imagine you own a shopping plaza worth $10 million dollars, but the property is covered in fast food wrappers, paper cups and beer cans. Suddenly your expensive property looks run down and worth a fraction of its real value. It makes sense for a property management company to hire a professional lot cleaner who can restore the location to its true value," Winch said.
Get Cleaning Up for Cash by Brian Winch at http://www.CleanLots.com.