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ICAN/ATEX: Is there a good pricing structure for cleaning a movie theater?

December 17, 2012
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Many cleaning professionals visit the International Custodial Advisers Network (ICAN) Ask the Experts page for insight and, every business day, we deliver advice to better help you perform your job.

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Movie theater cleaning: When doing seats, is it typical to bid extra for different seat configurations — seat/headrests; entire seat upper; legs, wells, armrests [single or double], etc.?

I'm trying to un-confuse my pricing for customers, but there are many time-consuming variables like extraction versus air-drying, for example.

Does anyone have examples of a good pricing structure for theater seats?

Monday’s Answer:

movie theaterAs you say, “there are many time-consuming variables,” and that means that any type of pricing structure that works for someone else may not work for you.

Why not do some time studies on the operations you perform regularly, make some notes on the types of seating you normally encounter as to time needed for these operations, and then use that as your pricing guide?

It will reflect real world experience … - Lynn E. Krafft, ICAN/ATEX editor.

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