Garage Force has worked tirelessly to build a reputation as one of the most dependable installers of concrete coatings for both commercial and residential markets. We have developed a product that speaks for itself and we are proud to operate a business that we can not only stand behind but feel confident asking others to join us. Be your own boss and build your own company while offering you the training and support you need to transition from working American to a business owner.
To buy a franchise with Garage Force, you'll need to have at least $30,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $100,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $117,900 - $185,600. Garage Force charges a franchise fee of $49,500. They also offer financing via 3rd party as well as a discount for veterans (10% Off License Fee). *
|Financing:||Via 3rd party|
|Veteran Discount:||10% Off License Fee|
|Home Office:||Minneapolis, MN|
Garage Force International began offering franchise opportunities in 2014 as an expansion of our successful business model in the Minneapolis, MN market. Over the past five years, Garage Force has built a reputation as the best and most dependable concrete floor coatings installers. Offering concrete coatings for both residential and commercial applications, our franchisees have access to a proven business model created by Garage Force, offering outstanding revenue, profitability and growth potential.
Garage Force franchisees sell and install the best residential and commercial flooring! Our floor coatings systems offer patented polyurea and polyaspartic floor coatings different and superior to others on the market. Our coatings are up to 20x stronger than epoxy, 100% UV resistant, and can be applied throughout the year, usually in just one day!
Our franchisees receive everything they need to start, own, and operate a successful business. From the initial training to equipment needed, our program is set up so new franchisees can start making money from their first job.
Garage Force is a great opportunity for the franchisee who wants to run their own operation AND for the franchisee that would like to have a General Manager run the day-to-day operation. The owner-operator franchisee will be responsible for controlling all regular operations including marketing, sales, customer service, scheduling, budgeting, financials, hiring, training, lead generation, and installation. The model can also support a Crew Leader position to manage and lead each installation. In the executive model route, the General Manager will operate the business on behalf of the franchisee and assume responsibility of the day-to-day operations, while the Crew Leaders will lead and manage the installation teams.
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Interested parties should have at least $30,000 in liquid capital to invest.