United States Commercial Cleaning Industry Data Pack Report 2022 with Reference Directory of Industry Trade Associations, Trade Journals, and Consultants

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Dublin, Jan. 25, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “US Commercial Cleaning Industry: Data Pack” report from Marketdata LLC has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report contains a rare data set that traces the size and growth of building cleaning and maintenance/janitorial services from 1983 to 2022 and 2025 forecasts, enabling the reader to trace market performance historically through recessions, wars, stock market cycle crashes and -growth truly long-term view.

Extensive industry metrics are included. The report does not contain in-depth competitor/company profiles. Rather, it examines the structure and size and key ratios of the market. Effects of the pandemic are included.


A Data Pack report is primarily statistical tables and charts, with moderate analyzes and discussions. The report does not contain in-depth competitor profiles or in-depth discussions of industry trends, issues and regulation. Rather, it covers the industry definition, structure, $ size/growth, and key operating ratios and metrics (national & state).

Key Topics Covered:

Introduction: Sources and methodology used

Industry Structure & Definition

  • Industry Nature & Definition: Description of the industry’s major segments, services provided, NAICS codes by the Census to collect data

Industry Trends

  • Discussions of: cost pressures, vendor consolidation, diversification, shrinking office markets, hiring and training of employees, franchising, green cleaning, common measures of industry size, factors affecting demand.

Leading Competitors


  • The major commercial cleaning franchises: 13 companies’ systemwide sales: 2019.

  • Top franchises (no. of units 2010-2019, initial franchise fee, royalty %, investment costs)

Factors Affecting Demand

  • Analysis of the amount of commercial floorspace nationwide

  • Outlook for commercial & office construction activity and indicators: value of non-residential construction, commercial office vacancy rates in major metro areas & nationwide

  • Outlooks by: Natl. Assn. of Realtors, CB Richard Ellis, Jones Lang LaSalle: 2019-2020 mkt. status

  • Findings of 2018 BOMA Experience Exchange Report: commercial office and industrial expense trends, occupancy

  • Industrial and commercial building outlook

  • Medical building construction outlook

  • Amount of existing commercial floor space by US and by region (1979-2012) share of space by type activity (retail, education, healthcare)

  • Commercial office vacancy rates, by10 largest cities, office mkts. with highest vacancy rates


  • Amount of commercial floorspace in the US – 1989-2025 F (EIA survey)

  • Distribution of floor space, by main building activity: 2012

  • No. of buildings and % of total floor space by type activity (education, health care, lodging, retail, offices, warehouses, etc.), by region (1986, 1989, 1992, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2012)

  • Distribution of commercial floor space, by size of building: 2012

  • Distribution of commercial floor space, no. of buildings, by Census region: 2012

  • Value of new construction of non-residential buildings, by type building/sector: 2008-2019

  • Value of new construction of non-residential buildings: 1990-2019

  • National office vacancy rates: 2007-2019 (NAR)

  • Top 10 office markets with highest vacancy rates

  • US healthcare expenditures & construction spending on structures: 1995-2020 projections.

Industry Size & Growth, Market Segments

  • Discussion/analysis of 3-tiered mkt. structure (large contractors vs. small independents, and franchise organizations vs. non-franchise cleaners), estimated share by top firms

  • Discussion of major factors affecting demand: growth drivers

  • Industry size estimates; rationale for estimates by various sources – based on amount of commercial Floorspace, based on Census survey data – receipts of establishments nationwide, Marketdata’s estimates/forecasts, factors affecting recent growth

  • Analysis of employer vs. non-employer estabs. and receipts: 2000-2020

  • Industry Segment growth: analysis of janitorial revenues vs. total building maint.

  • 2020 – probable effects of COVID-19 pandemic: outlook for non-residential construction, office vacancy rates, effect on small vs. large contractors, cleaning methods needed

  • 2021-2025 Forecast: discussion of long-term effect on the industry, post-recession changes

  • Value of major industry segments in 2019: commercial office, industrial, healthcare, education, retail, other.


  • Total industry potential, $ value and % change (1992-2020)

  • Total industry revenue forecast: 2020 – 2025

  • Share of total receipts by exterminating/pest control, janitorial, carpet cleaning, “all other” building cleaning & maintenance services: 2000-2017

  • Total industry receipts, by major segments, annual % change (2000-2017, Census Bureau): total industry, pest control, janitorial, carpet cleaning, other services to buildings

  • Amount of commercial floorspace in US – 1989-2025 Forecast

  • Annual percent change in janitorial services receipts: 2001-2017

  • Historical share of industry sales by pest control, carpet cleaning vs. janitorial/all other services: 2000-2017

  • Employer vs. non-employer receipts: 2000-2020

  • Historical industry receipts (1983-1998) – Census Bureau data.

Industry Operating Ratios

Census Data

All Building Maintenance Services

  • Explanation of how to interpret Census data, how the data is arranged/classified by NAICS codes, and major market segments, 2017 Census

  • Summary: discussion of total building services receipts in 2017, breakdown by type (janitorial services, pest control, carpet cleaning, all other maint. services)

  • Labor productivity ratios: 2017 vs. 2012

  • Discussion of Non-employer receipts (sole proprietorships without payrolls) IRS data 2012

  • Summary statistics: 2007, 2012, 2017 – no. of estabs; total industry vs. disinfection/pest control, other services; annual receipts; payroll costs; no. of workers; payroll per employee; receipts per employee, receipts per establishment.

Statistical Tables:

Total Industry

  • Receipts of all services to buildings (excl. landscaping) – pest control, janitorial, carpet cleaning, all other services: 2000-2017 (no. of estabs., receipts, receipts per estab.)

  • Industry snapshot: 2002, 2007, 2012, 2017: key ratios (payroll, no. estabs., receipts, etc.)

  • Annual % change in receipts of janitorial vs. ALL building services: 2001-2017

  • Employer vs. non-employer estabs. – no. of estabs.

Janitorial Services

  • Single vs. multi-unit operations, by size (statistics as above) 2017

  • Concentration Ratios : ratios by top 4, 8, 20, 50 largest firms: 2017.

Reference Directory

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