QUESTIONS ABOUT THE DISASTER BLASTER FRANCHISE PROGRAM? WE HAVE ANSWERS
What experience do I need to become a disaster blaster franchise owner?
We seek franchise owners from a myriad of backgrounds who are eager to learn about the restoration business, and who understand the commitment of being available for customers when they need us most. It is more important to have management skills versus restoration equipment operation skills. We can teach you what you need to know to run your Disaster Blaster franchise efficiently and effectively!
What is provided as part of the Disaster Blaster franchise program?
We make sure our franchisees feel confident when they open their business. The Disaster Blaster team will provide an initial training program for franchisees and one other at our company headquarters in Pennsylvania, including both classroom and practical hands-on training. Disaster Blaster representatives will join franchisees at their location for up to four days during their first months of operation. Of course, we will be available for consultation and guidance via phone or email as needed. We are committed to your success!
How much will the Disaster Blaster franchise program investment cost me?
The total initial investment necessary to begin operations ranges from $101,321 to $157,601 for a single location. This includes a $47,500 to $55,000 initial franchise fee. As with any new venture, it’s important to have adequate capital to fund the initial business growth stages.
Is financing available?
We do not provide direct financing to franchisees, but we may refer to financing sources on a case by case basis.
Are there ongoing fees to pay?
We charge a royalty fee equal to 3% of monthly gross revenue generated from Construction / Repair Services and a royalty fee equal to 6% on all other services. Franchisees will contribute about 3% of gross revenue to the system marketing fund and will be required to spend about 2% on local marketing; collected fees allow us to fund our ongoing support services and the continued development of marketing tools, training programs, and systems upgrades. For a full list of fees and other program details, please refer to our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).
What is the term of the agreement?
The initial term of your agreement is five years, with subsequent successor agreement options of 5 years each.
How do I get started?
If you're interested in learning more about how to open a remediation franchise with Disaster Blaster, contact us at (302) 242-1042 or email@example.com. We will discuss the possibility of setting up a meeting, speaking with our key team members, and receiving our FDD which contains all the important details you'll need to make an informed decision.
This is the time to join the restoration industry.
As a mitigation franchise owner with Disaster Blaster, you can take your place within a meaningful and thriving industry.
This website and the franchise sales information on this site do not constitute an offer to sell a franchise. The offer of a franchise can only be made through the delivery of a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). Certain states require that we register the FDD in those states. Such registration, or exemption, does not constitute approval of the information in the FDD by that state agency. The communications on this website are not directed by us to the residents of any of those states. Moreover, we will not offer to sell franchises in those states unless we have registered the FDD (or obtained an applicable exemption from registration) and delivered the FDD to the prospective franchisee in compliance with applicable law.