Anago Cleaning Systems

2019 Costs & Fees

Liquid Capital Required:$100,000
Total Investment:$197,000 - $298,000

Franchisor Details

Industry:Maintenance Services
Subsector:Commercial/Residential Cleaning
Total Units:26
Franchising Since:2005

How Our Business Model Works:

Before you think, "a commercial cleaning business is not for me", consider this:

  • The average investment level for our Master Franchise Owners is approximately $200,000
  • The average annual revenue for our Master Franchise Owners is $2,568,707*
  • The average annual revenue for our top quartile Master Franchise Owners is $5,479,428*

More millionaires are made through Master Franchising than any other method. With Anago's Master Franchise model you collect franchise fees and royalty while building a recession-resistant business with residual income and unlimited growth potential. The best part is that the business you build can be passed down to future generations.

The Anago Cleaning Systems Master Franchise Business model is simple: You are the Franchisor in your exclusive territory and you sell Janitorial or Unit Franchises to individuals looking to open a cleaning business. Simultaneously, you will sell cleaning contracts to businesses, distribute them to the Unit Franchisees, and earn royalties over the life of each contract.

As a Master Franchise Owner, you'll handle the operational aspects of the cleaning business for your Unit Franchisees – including sales, marketing, operations, invoicing clients – and you collect fees for the services you provide for them. This allows your Unit Franchisees to handle the cleaning side of their business, which is mostly done at night.

The Economics Of An Anago Master Franchise:

The commercial cleaning industry generates $100 billion annually in the U.S. and is expected to have double-digit growth in coming years. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is one of the fastest growing industries with almost 90 billion square feet of commercial floor space in the U.S. That's great news for our Master Franchise Owners because they will never run out of franchises to sell or cleaning contracts to sign! In addition, the market is fragmented, making investing in a nationally recognized brand like Anago very attractive. Even minimal market share can translate to high revenue for the Master Franchise Owner.

With one of the most competitive royalty structures in the franchised commercial cleaning industry, and multiple revenue streams, your income potential is unlimited! Here is a description of the 2 primary revenue streams:

  • Franchise Sales
  • Franchise Note
  • Recurring Royalties
  • Administration Fees
  • Recurring Insurance Fees
  • Advertising Fees
  • Guaranteed Payment Options
  • Additional Contracts
  • Additional Contracts Financing
  • Revenue on 1X Jobs
  • Supply & Equipment Revenues
  • Apparel & Promotional Items

Who Makes A Great Anago Master Franchise Owner?

The ideal Anago Master Franchise Owner is a business executive with a strong sales and marketing background who is looking to build a business empire in a major metro area. Our Master Franchise Owners are former CEOs, VPs and senior executives from a wide variety of industries. They are self-driven, motivated and meet our financial requirements:

  • Achiever with an Empire Builder mentality
  • Ability to recruit and mentor motivated Unit Owners
  • Business Executives
  • Not interested in cleaning or managing cleaning crews – but in building a business
  • Mid-to-senior level executives / former CEOs, CXOs, VPs
  • Strong sales and marketing background

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Please Note:

Anago Cleaning Systems is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.

Interested parties should have at least $100,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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