- Research the industry. Use online resources to learn more about the franchising and the janitorial industry.
- Compare us to one of our many outstanding competitors in the commercial cleaning franchise space, to find the best fit for you.
- Schedule an in-person meeting at our local office with our Regional Director.
- When you are ready to proceed, you will receive the FDD. After receiving the FDD, you need to wait at least 14 days before purchasing a Corvus franchise.
Read more about starting a cleaning business here.
The advantage of buying a franchise is that you receive a broad range of assets and services which the franchisor provides. In the case of Corvus, franchisees receive sales and marketing support (Corvus finds the client for you), operate under the umbrella of a nationally recognized brand, access support and training resources, and experience many additional benefits.
At Corvus Janitorial Systems, our team takes care of contract acquisition; giving you the opportunity to focus on the cleaning portion of the job! Corvus's experienced marketing and sales teams are dedicated to scaling your cleaning business.
Growth depends on your objectives, abilities and preferences. Corvus is set up to accommodate the wide range of aims our Franchisees possess, and therefore the system allows for Franchisees to determine the scope and size of their franchise.
The amount you can expect to make depends on your business objectives, time commitment, and the accounts you choose to service. Whether you are looking to supplement income from another job or plan to clean full-time, options exist across the spectrum to earn income from a commercial cleaning franchise. Contact us to set up a meeting with a Corvus representative.
An FDD is a legal document which is presented to prospective franchisees in a pre-sale disclosure process which presents details of the franchisor's system, costs and policies. The FDD is mandated to be presented to prospective franchisees by state and federal regulators. The document covers approximately 23 items which are aimed to allow the prospective franchisee to make an educated decision about the presented franchise opportunity.
Commercial Cleaning Customers
A typical cleaning schedule will include floor cleaning, sanitizing and wiping of horizontal and vertical surfaces (desks, ledges, tables), emptying of trash, sanitizing and disinfecting of restrooms, restocking of paper goods, and other general cleaning specifications.
A typical cleaning includes standard disinfection of high-touch and high-traffic areas such as desks, restrooms, and kitchens. Upon request, we also provide a multitude of high-level disinfecting services (read more about electrostatic sprayers, ULV fog machines and UV light irradiation). Corvus has your facility’s needs covered. Contact your local support team to learn more about our office disinfection programs.
A deep clean ensures that every last centimeter of a workspace is thoroughly cleaned. The process typically involves moving furniture, mats, and other stationary objects to allow access to areas that are not addressed during a standard clean. A deep clean entails a scope of service above and beyond a regular, recurring clean.
The frequency at which your business should be disinfected is dependent on numerous factors, including your industry and the level of traffic your facility receives. Facilities concerned with infection control, such as doctors’ offices, clinics, and schools, have benefitted from disinfection programs for years. The global pandemic has vastly increased the need for recurring disinfecting services in facilities of all types, particularly in workspaces with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 exposure. Additionally, essential businesses that remain open to serve the public should incorporate a recurring disinfecting program to ensure their employees remain healthy, happy, and productive.
Many factors impact the price of office cleaning, however the main drivers are
- Frequency - How often per week is your office cleaned?
- Size - The size of your office facility impacts the length of time needed to clean the facility.
- Environment - Traffic patterns, employee count and the like also determine wear-and-tear or daily soiling, which in turn impacts pricing.
- Materials - Varying material types (such as carpeted floor versus hardwood floor) require different cleaning techniques, which potentially impact service time or cleaning material requirements.
Because of the factors listed above, ideally, a Corvus representative will meet with the teammate that selects your cleaning vendor in order to observe the facility, ascertain expectations and needs, and to measure your facility. From there, Corvus will turn a quote for cleaning services around within 24 hours.
Generally speaking, $235.00 per month is our minimum pricing, with no less than one time per week service. However, certain local markets may have slightly differing minimums.
Yes, customers frequently ask for additional services or frequency of specifications, which simply requires an amendment to the scope of work. Additionally, Corvus provides “one-time” services such as stripping and refinishing, carpet cleaning or impact cleans upon request. We also provide a multitude of high-level disinfecting services including electrostatic sprayers to ULV fog machines to UV light irradiation.
Corvus and its predecessor have been in business since 2004, and Corvus remains owned and operated by its founding partners.
Corvus operates in 19 U.S. municipalities and is proud to partner with thousands of owner-operated franchisees. We bring large company resources and process to bear, while applying a small firm feel to customer service, customer appreciation and relationships.
Corvus remains owned and operated by its original founders who started the firm from scratch. In addition to our values, ethics and culture, we believe we’ve retained and possess the drive and hunger necessary to provide customers, franchisees and teammates the industry leading experience.