Restoration 1 Franchise Announces Eight New Locations
The fastest-growing restoration franchise finishes the year on a high note with multiple new openings
Restoration 1, the fastest-growing restoration franchise in the nation, recently announced the opening of eight new franchise locations in markets throughout the country. This growth is a perfect way to cap off another banner year, as Restoration 1 prepares to have 300 locations open by the end of 2019.
Spread across the United States, the eight new locations are:
Essex Junction, Vermont
Salem in Dayton, Oregon
Lafayette in Maurice, Louisiana
Horry County, South Carolina
Restoration 1 is one of the most affordable franchises to own with enormous profit potential
When CEO Gary Findley took the reins of the Restoration 1 in 2016, he charted a course for rapid growth that would be based on creating a culture that fosters long-term profitability for franchisees, as well as ongoing training and support. In order to give more entrepreneurs a chance to realize their dreams of owning a business they could be passionate about, Findley has kept the barriers to entry low.
This strategy has not only caught the attention of Entrepreneur magazine, who ranked us high on the list of their annual “Franchise 500,” ranking, they also named Restoration 1 as one of the top franchise opportunities for less than $100,000 for 2018. Our affordability is one of the main reasons so many entrepreneurs are choosing to invest in Restoration 1.
The total investment estimate for a Restoration 1 franchise ranges from $77,950 to $182,100. Because Restoration 1 is a home-based business, with little inventory and no brick and mortar expenses, costs are substantially lower than other restoration franchise brands. Restoration 1 is a low-cost investment with high potential returns. According to our Franchise Disclosure Document, Restoration 1 franchisees generate more than $1 million in sales after 12 months in business.
“As a franchisor, we take the fact that people are investing real money into our business extremely seriously,” Findley says. “I wanted to build a business that I would own and be successful because I am most passionate about helping other entrepreneurs realize their full potential, achieve financial independence and create a better life for themselves and for their families.”