Office cleaning chain Total Clean enjoys renewed franchise growth

New franchisee Eric White to run Manchester territory

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Commercial cleaning specialist Total Clean has welcomed new franchisee Eric White to its chain, the fourth latest recruit to join the cleaning franchise within the past three months.

White, formerly a wholesale bakery manager, decided to sign with the chain to gain more “control of [his] future” and is now intending to open his Central Manchester territory in March.

He is the latest addition to the company’s expanding franchise portfolio after it recently signed three new franchisees to territories in Maidenhead, Edinburgh and Warrington.

Total Clean has operated in the cleaning sector for 25 years and says its “commitment to service excellence” has enabled it to boast a 95% client retention rate.

Its franchise package is available from £26,995 and includes pre-launch training, marketing and media support and ongoing mentoring from a team of staff.

Elaborating on his reasons for joining the Total Clean brand, White said:  “I looked at various other franchises before deciding on Total Clean.

“Total Clean seemed more attractive than the others to me and although they have only just started to franchise, their business model is proven and their franchise model is very well designed. They came across as very professional and helpful, so it was a clear decision for me.”

For more information about franchise opportunities with Total Clean, click here or call 0207 935 5089.

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