Cleveland, OH, February 27, 2019 — US revenues for contract cleaning services are forecast to expand 3.3% annually in nominal terms through 2023, according to Contract Cleaning Services: United States, a report recently released by Freedonia Focus Reports. Providers are expected to benefit from continued growth in residential and nonresidential building space, the number of business establishments, and consumer incomes and spending. However, while the high level of price competition in the industry helps keep these services affordable, it also restrains revenues. In addition, the tight labor market in the US and rising minimum wages in some states and municipalities presents a challenge to the industry in terms of recruiting and retaining quality workers and limiting increases in the cost of services.
Revenue growth for interior building cleaning services – by far the largest segment – will account for the bulk of value gains through 2023. In the leading nonresidential market, increases in business establishments and nonresidential floor space will spur advances. Outsourcing as a means of reducing operating costs will continue to support the use of contract interior cleaning services.
These and other key insights are featured in Contract Cleaning Services: United States. This report forecasts to 2023 US contract cleaning service revenues in nominal US dollars. Total revenues are segmented by service type in terms of:
- swimming pool
- carpet and upholstery
- restoration and remediation
- other contract cleaning services such as chimney, drain, and gutter cleaning; ventilation duct and hood cleaning; and snow plowing of driveways and parking lots
Total demand is also segmented by market as follows:
- transportation and other markets such as amusement parks, public venues, and stadiums
To illustrate historical trends, total revenues, the various segments, the number of employer firms, employer establishments, employment, and nonemployer establishments are provided in annual series from 2008 to 2018.
This report represents the revenues of employer and nonemployer firms. Excluded from the scope of this report are services conducted by an in-house staff and other building maintenance services such as landscaping, pest control, and security.
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