Home Cleaning Centers of America, Inc.
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Franchise Profile — Home Cleaning Centers of America, Inc.
Eighty percent of American women will be working outside the home within several years, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, and many of them will turn to outside help in order to keep their homes in order. Moreover, countless businesses outsource after hours clean up to outside vendors as an economical alternative to hiring full-time janitorial staff.
Home Cleaning Centers of America provide home and business owners with professional staff that tidy everything from ceiling fixtures to floors. Mike and Jeanette Calhoon, the President and Vice-president of HCCA, Inc. began the company in l984 and now oversee a successful business with 37 units throughout the U.S.
HCCA, Inc. offers low royalty and franchise fees and yet generates high gross earnings. They provide superb marketing and operational support, training in all aspects of the business and a chance to be selected to start one of their flagship multiple profit centers which offer office, country club, carpet and window cleaning.
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