Spring is in the air, and you know what that means: spring cleaning.

As the season begins to change, it’s the perfect time to clean out your home AND your business. You can take this time to go through your finances, old files, and inbox; evaluate employees; and even clean up your inventory.

Getting organized and cutting the clutter can really help your business thrive better than ever before. If you take the time to go do an in-house audit on the most important aspects of your business, you have the potential to cut out the unnecessary kinks that could be hindering your growth. Spring cleaning for your small business has the potential to help you grow, so get started today!

1. Inventory


Spring is a great time to go through your entire inventory and get rid of damaged, aged, or expired products. You are taking this time to make your business a better place, and your product or service is the bread and butter of your company. So taking this time to improve the options your customers have can really make a huge difference in your sales. This is also a great opportunity for you to look into new types of vendors and products. Spring is the best time to expand because it’s the start of a new, high volume-selling season!

2. Clean Up Your Website

Take spring cleaning one step further by removing the clutter from your website. Your website is probably the first gateway customers have to your business, so it should represent you well. It is important that your website is easy to navigate and use for your customers; therefore, make sure you take the time to create an easy layout that looks clean and simple. Nothing is worse than a confusing website.

Cleaner with Dean recommends… Henry Clarke for all of your website needs.

Cleaner with Dean recommends…

Henry Clarke

for all of your website needs.

3. Employees and Payroll


What better time of the year to reward your employees for their hard work through the last holiday season? Go through and do employee evaluations and reward those who deserve it for their hard work, and trim what doesn’t seem to fit. Now is also the best time to adjust your budgets and find out where you can add bonuses to your payroll. The most effective way to handle employee evaluations is to sit down with your management team first and discuss your employees’ objectives. Then sit down with each individual employee and go over their measurable results. Remember to always ask for their feedback about your management styles.

4. Inbox and Files


After you have gone through the bulk of your business and cleaned up the really important things, next it is time to go through all of your virtual and physical files and scrub them clean. Nothing can make you feel more overwhelmed than a full inbox and paperwork everywhere. Plus, going through and getting rid of old documents that are unneeded can lift a huge weight off your shoulders. This is also a practice you can do all year by taking about 10 minutes at the end of each day to go through your inbox and delete all the junk and sort your emails into the right folders.

Spring cleaning is a great way to appeal to new target markets, reach out to old customers who haven’t been in in a while, and reward your loyal customers with deals on new and old inventory. Every spring, your business should go through a complete evaluation and fix and glitches in your system. It will help your business run more smoothly as well as grow and thrive.

All the best and God Bless,
Dean Miller
Owner, Cleaner with Dean
” A clean space, makes a free mind. “

“There are many ways you can go about cleaning your business this spring. You CAN transform it and make it feel like brand new again.”