Take advantage of the growing demand for interior mold removal services with your own CRAL Franchise! As a CRAL franchisee you will have access to comprehensive training and support, marketing assistance and on-site start-up assistance. Best of all, our turn-key trailer gives you all of the materials and tools you need to get started! Contact us right away!
To buy a franchise with CRAL Franchise Development, Inc., you'll need to have at least $40,000 in liquid capital. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $110,000 - $165,000. *
CRAL Indoor Air Quality Experts: A Growing Opportunity
Mold-related losses are estimated to be $3 billion a year.
That's a huge number. With numerous reports in the media in recent years focused on the dangers of mold and other indoor environmental issues, mold and its proper removal are a growing concern for many home and business owners.
Mold can grow everywhere, at any time. Climate variations and economic conditions don't reduce the need for professional services like those that CRAL offers.
And, with industry sources stating that hiring professional services is recommended for mold growth covering more than 10 square feet -- CRAL franchise owners can become the natural choice for customers in their territories, as one of the few franchised companies in the mold remediation field.
CRAL can be a source of confidence and relief for customers who require our broad range of professional services. And, CRAL could be a highly- regarded, recession-resistant business opportunity for you!
Becoming a CRAL franchise owner has many advantages.
When you join the CRAL system, you immediately benefit from a wealth of knowledge and materials – all yours the day you sign on as a franchise owner:
The CRAL Franchise Program
Improve the quality of your customers' lives, while improving your own quality of life through independent business ownership!
West Virginia, Wisconsin, Vermont, Virginia, Tennessee, South Dakota, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Montana, Mississippi, Michigan, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Georgia, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, Alabama
Interested parties should have at least $40,000 in liquid capital to invest.