Rising plumbing franchise focuses on maximizing profitability for franchisees in the plumbing industry
Plumbing is big business. According to IBIS World, the plumbing industry generates more than $110 billion annually.1 With the shortage of plumbers becoming a national crisis as aging infrastructure and the acceleration of new housing construction continues, Americans are going to need to turn to a plumbing company they can trust. Fortunately, bluefrog Plumbing + Drain is quickly emerging as the nation’s premier plumbing franchise.
By focusing on providing the best customer experience in the plumbing industry, bluefrog Plumbing + Drain capitalizes on the tremendous need for plumbing services — and the majority of plumbing jobs offer exceptionally high margins, far beyond other home services industries. Our franchisees benefit not only from the potential for high returns, but also because our proven business model emphasizes financial performance above all else.
Our low costs of ownership and our commitment to help you keep costs low means you will be able to keep more of the money you earn going forward.
“There aren’t very many businesses in the home services segment that offer as much potential to do well as our franchise owners do,” says Thomas Dougherty, President of bluefrog Plumbing + Drain. “For starters, you can begin operations quickly, without the need for a brick and mortar location at the beginning and with only a minimal number of employees. This allows you to scale up your business efficiently. As a franchise system, we focus on financial performance. We help you establish a business plan, and we work with you to help you exceed your goals. Our sole focus in this organization is to help you thrive in business.”
To get a better understanding of how well bluefrog Plumbing + Drain franchise owners do in their businesses, consider this breakdown from Item 19 of our Franchise Disclosure Document:
|Operating Years||Number of Franchised Businesses||Average Gross Revenue||Number and Percentage of Franchised Businesses that Exceeded Average Gross Revenue||Number and Percentage of Franchised Businesses That Did Not Attain Average Gross Revenue||Median Gross Revenue|
|1 Year||3||$973,096.95||1 / 33%||2 / 67%||$875,295.35|
|2 Years||2||$295,904.96||1 / 50%||1 / 50%||$295,904.96|
|4 Years||3||$562,462.64||1 / 33%||2 / 67%||$486,568.69|