As a home-based business with zero inventory, owning a restoration franchise proves to be a best-bet investment for first time entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs looking to invest in a business that allows them to help their community in times of crisis should look no further than restoration franchise company, Restoration 1. Founded in 2008, Restoration 1 continues to stand out in the $210 billion restoration industry with more than 300 locations sold and plans to expand to more than 500 locations nationwide in the next three years.
There has never been a better time to join the fastest-growing restoration franchise in the nation. Not only are we still growing rapidly while our competition is either sold out or running out of territory, but the real threats for homeowners are also far more common today: water damage, mold, indoor air quality issues and fire. No matter the cause of these unfortunate disasters, there will always be a need for highly qualified restoration professionals.
“We really have the wind in our sails,” says Micah Findley, COO of Restoration 1. “Our brand has a ton of momentum because our franchise is a bright spot in a rapidly growing industry with many of the larger brands stagnating, sold out of territories or unable to compete in a 21st century market. Our franchisees use their natural talents as networkers, as well as our proven system and the tools that we provide, to become established in their communities as the go-to restoration business. This is why our franchise attracts former stockbrokers, corporate executives and tradesmen alike, all of whom have equal success. Restoration 1 is a simple business to understand and it’s even easier to own.”
Owning a Restoration Franchise Doesn’t Have to Break the Bank
Going into business doesn’t have to be expensive — in fact, Entrepreneur magazine named Restoration 1 as a top franchise opportunity for less than $100,000. In an industry widely known for high margins and tremendous profit-potential, the low barriers for helping entrepreneurs chart a path toward financial independence is what Restoration 1 is all about.
How so? Our concept requires no brick-and-mortar expenses and zero inventory, which allows for potential high volume growth – no matter the economic climate. Restoration 1 is a powerful opportunity for entrepreneurs who want a business they can scale quickly as well as have the support of a franchise that can provide them with the necessary tools to be successful over the long-term.
Restoration 1 is absolutely committed to the success of our franchise owners. Our proven business model has helped several first-time entrepreneurs without any experience in the restoration industry achieve exponential results. Franchising with Restoration 1 means that you will never be alone in business. From the moment you sign your franchise agreement, we provide you with everything you need to quickly ramp up your business and become established in your communities over the long-term.
Each of our restoration experts are fully trained and certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IIRC) and the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA). Our franchise owners are trained in how to establish themselves in business by becoming the preferred partner of local plumbers, home inspectors and adjusters, insurance agents and other third-party tradespeople who have the ability to spot a problem within a home. This is why we are available 24/7.
“Our franchise owners are often dealing with customers who are in the midst of a crisis, so it’s very important to have empathy,” Findley says. “Restoration 1 employs a level of transparency that is uncommon in this industry, providing the customer with continual updates as to the status of every job, as well as a guarantee that their homes will not only be left in perfect condition, but will also be safe again. We take customer service extremely seriously. We place follow-up calls with the customers to measure their happiness with our services, as well as provide franchise owners with details on the quality of their technician’s work.”