The restoration industry is a stable industry within the global economy and a strong player in the franchise marketplace. Just last year, the restoration industry was worth an estimated $210 billion with no signs of slowing down. Not only is the public’s awareness of adequate water restoration services becoming more prevalent, but the technology itself is presenting huge opportunity. For example, the mold remediation segment’s expansion is twofold. Firstly, due to more energy efficient homes spreading throughout America, mold growth is on the rise. Additionally, state-of-the-art technologies have made mold discovery easier. It had been there in years past, but now we have the necessary equipment to detect it. These factors and more keep the industry a necessity. Pipes will always burst, storms will always happen and RestoPros will be here to help in times of need.
Chances are, if you are visiting this franchise site then you are seriously considering the idea of buying a franchise. There are many benefits to franchise ownership and one of our favorites is the support system. Purchasing a franchise gives you a head start. All of the kinks have been ironed out and we have done the initial guesswork for you. You are given a turnkey operation that is ready to begin making you money. Moreover, we can give you an idea of the costs needed to launch your franchise and project the revenue your business will bring in as it grows. Franchising comes with an entire team to support you, train you, and answer questions as you operate, leaving you nowhere to go but up!
THERE FOR YOU, EVERY STEP OF THE WAY
The support we give to our franchisees is one of the key differentiators between launching a franchise versus a start-up operation. We offer the following areas of support:
You aren’t just buying a name; you are buying proven operational practices that have kept our business solid for years! We provide ongoing training and support in many areas critical to the success of the franchisee’s business, including unit operations and maintenance, customer service techniques, product ordering, suggested pricing guidelines, and administrative procedures.