Custom House Cleaning Business Forms

House Cleaning Startup Package

Who They’re For:  Independent cleaners and businesses with workers

What They Do:  Provide consistency, tracking and professionalism

Why You Need Them:  To brand yourself as a professional business

  • Service Agreement Page 1 Service Agreement Page 1
  • Service Agreement Page 2 Service Agreement Page 2
  • Service Agreement Page 3 Service Agreement Page 3
  • Customer Checklist Customer Checklist Used When Bidding Jobs
  • Service Checklist Service Checklist
  • Customer Invoice Customer Invoice
  • Work Order Work Order
  • Referral Card Referral Card
  • House Cleaning Flyer House Cleaning Flyer Blurred for Display
  • Time Sheet Time Sheet For Tax Reporting & Payroll
  • Mileage Sheet Mileage Sheet For Tax Reporting & Payroll

House cleaning business forms should provide you with more value than just a form to leave a record for your client. Did you know they can provide you with valuable information to grow a house cleaning business?

  • Track and Analyze Time in Client Homes
  • Insight Into Worker Performance and Efficiency
  • Validate Gas Mileage Recorded
  • Justification for Raising Client Rates
  • Client Preferences to Ensure Quality Cleans
  • Tracking Rotated Tasks in Client Homes
  • Ensuring Client Satisfaction

You see – house cleaning business forms should record the information you need to keep your clients happy. If not, you’re just wasting your money.

That’s why I created custom forms for my residential cleaning business…I couldn’t find any existing business forms that allowed me to track the information I needed to evaluate worker performance and the quality of the work they did for MY clients.

House Cleaning Pro Custom House Cleaning Forms

Launch your house cleaning business to the next level. This is a one-time investment and a valid business expense and tax deduction.

These forms are unique because they contain critical information needed for running your home cleaning business. If you need to raise the rate on a house, the information you need to justify the increase to your client is on your business forms.

Master Service Agreement

Residential house cleaning clients don’t want to be locked into cleaning business contracts. Instead, I used a cleaning services agreement that I also used as an estimating form. Use it to record your notes during the estimating process and to discuss your terms while meeting with your prospect.

The Service Agreement contains the basic and most needed business policies for a house cleaning business.  These may be changed as needed for your business.

Customer Checklist

Use this cleaning checklist when meeting with your prospect to discuss the cleaning tasks you perform. Then leave it with your prospect even if they don’t schedule an appointment. This is my “trick” for getting prospects to call me back even after they meet with other businesses. After all – they have my printable cleaning checklist to refer to and compare with my competition!

Cleaning Service Checklist

The cleaning service checklist you leave with your client on each appointment. This is also saved for your client file and allows you to analyze work performance.

Cleaning Invoice Form
The cleaning invoice with important information for your client.

Work Order Form
One of the most important house cleaning business forms for your business. If you don’t use a work order template or if you don’t use it correctly, you may fail to keep your clients happy! This custom editable work order template is the key to your success to grow a house cleaning business when you hire workers to do the dirty work.

Customer Referral Coupon

House Cleaning Flyer

Timesheet Form

Mileage Form


These printable forms are completely customizable for your business and include instructions for use

Forms have been created in MS Word

A FREE alternative to MS Word is available with your purchase

All forms are digital and ready for immediate download

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