Energy Savers America provides a service that actually saves homeowner's money every month and makes their homes safer and more comfortable. Plus, tax incentives galore and special financing make energy saving improvements doable for tens of millions of homeowners. Our proprietary energy savers pro software and the leadership of Jim Hindman, the founder of Jiffy Lube, present a rewarding and highly lucrative long term business you can operate from a home base.
To buy a franchise with Energy Savers America, you'll need to have at least $40,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $250,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $70,900 - $90,100. *
Capitalize On The Growing Demand for Energy Auditing Services Through A Trusted Brand Name
Saving energy through energy audit services has launched a tremendous business opportunity. The long-term trend is certainly your friend here. More and more homeowners not only want to save money through lower energy bills, but they also want to live greener lives. Energy Savers America has the franchise to help you capitalize on helping others do both.
Unlike most energy audit services, Energy Savers America utilizes partners for every aspect of energy saving services. So your business will not only generate revenue from energy auditing services, but also from insulation, sealing, geothermal, and solar. You'll tap into our strategic alliances with major companies.
So, if you're passionate about the green energy space, helping others to live in safer, healthier, more energy efficient homes – then an Energy Savers America franchise could be the opportunity you've been looking for.
Plus, as an Energy Savers America franchisee, you'll have the unique benefit of working with the founder and former Chairman and CEO of Jiffy Lube - one of America's most recognizable brands. Jim "Coach" Hindman, founder and Chairman of Energy Savers America, grew Jiffy Lube to over 1,100 franchises before selling the company to Penzoil.
Now you can be a part of the mission to build Energy Savers America into the most recognizable brand in the energy efficiency industry.
Now is an Ideal Time to Own an Energy Auditing Business that Provides Consumers with Instant Results
As an Energy Savers America franchisee, you'll be perfectly positioned as the personal Energy Advisor to homeowners and small building owners. The proprietary software you'll use provides homeowners with instant answers to their problems. You'll also have more to offer than a typical energy audit – opening the door for more sales opportunities. Our exclusive Home Energy Health Performance Assessment (HEHPA) goes beyond energy saving detection to uncover potential health hazards to homeowners.
Hazards such as radon gas leaks, natural gas leaks, asbestos, water safety, and mold are all looked at with our HEHPA. So you will feel great knowing your Energy Savers America business provides a truly valuable service to the community. The type of services we offer, combined with the interest in growing green, often leads to word-of-mouth marketing. You'll be proud and excited to tell everyone what you do, wherever you go.
A Complete Business System Designed To Help You Build A Sustainable, Long Term Business
Join the Energy Savers America team, and you'll receive a complete business system designed to help you build repeat business and long-term client relationship. Plus, you'll have instant access to best practices shared between all franchisees.
If you're ready to own a rewarding, in-demand business – the time to act is now. Take the first step. Contact Energy Savers America today. We're excited to talk with you, and together determine if this is the right business for you.
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Interested parties should have at least $40,000 in liquid capital to invest.