Sample Commercial Cleaning Calculator

This is a sample non-working Commercial Cleaning Calculator.

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This calculator was professionally designed to meet the needs of all commercial cleaning companies regardless of their clientele, location or preferred rate. By using the Overhead Rate and the Fixed Fee Rate levels below, you can adjust your rate based on your market in your industry in your area.

Number of personal Offices:  
Number of Bathrooms:  
Number of Kitchenettes or break rooms:  
Cleaning of Hard Wood Floors:  Yes   No
Cleaning of Tile Or Linoleum:  Yes   No
Vacuuming of Carpet:  Yes   No
Contain Stairs That Require Cleaning:  Yes   No
Number of Flights of Stairs:  
Do You Provide Restroom Supplies?
(trash liners, toilet paper, hand towels, soap, etc.)
 Yes   No
Average Hourly Wage Of Your Employees: ($ Per Hour)  
Approximate Square Footage:  
Times Per Week You Clean This Building:  
Overhead Rate:
Select the overhead rate that best reflects the type of clientele you service. This should be used consistently for your business. However, it can be raised if you are not in need of new clients, or lowered if you really want the job. The overhead rate includes the costs to conduct business such as insurance, payroll, cleaning supplies, etc.
  • Cut-Rate = 20%
  • Low-Cost = 40%
  • Moderate = 60%
  • Upscale = 80%
Overhead Rate: (%)   

Profit Margin:

Select the appropriate Profit Margin you wish to take from this job. In selecting a profit margin, take into account all factors you think are relevant, such as:

  • Project complexity
  • Building size type
  • Client
  • Competitive Environment
  • Importance of this job
  • Impact on future work (if any)

There is nothing to prevent you from foregoing profit completely if you think it is necessary to win the job, or if the job is so important to your company’s future. Likewise, you may set your fee as high as you think you can while still remaining competitive, if the market or the request for cleaning criteria allow this freedom.

Profit Margin: (%)  

You may want to see the impact of several different Overhead and Profit Margin rates before giving a final quote.
Total Cost Per Cleaning: $    
Total Weekly Cost: $    
Total Monthly Cost: $    
The prices given above should be used as an estimate only. We suggest you never give an exact price quote without first seeing the property as there may be unique factors that affect the price. It is extremely difficult to give an exact quote for cleaning a business over the phone without actually seeing the property.
After seeing the property and receiving the prospective client’s requirements, we recommend you use our Professional Bid Generator called PRO-BID to print the customized bid and service contract. Click Here to Access PRO-BID