Founded in 2018, Koala Insulation benefits both customers and franchise partners. Its likable brand voices how home and business owners can earn back the cost of any insulation investment—all while helping the environment. Franchise partners make it happen through a simple business model, normal business hours, and great work-life balance. Getting started is simple and there’s no need to know about insulation before becoming a Koala franchisee.
To buy a franchise with Koala Insulation, you'll need to have at least $100,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $250,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $119,926 - $159,342. They also offer financing as well as a discount for veterans (10% off Franchise Fee). *
|Veteran Discount:||10% off Franchise Fee|
According to a Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies, roughly 26 million homeowners make some kind of home improvements every year.
In fact, the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA) did a study that showed roughly 90% of existing U.S., single-family homes are under insulated, wasting energy and money.
Since our insulation helps new-construction and existing structures alike, Koala Insulation is surprisingly recession-resistant.
By providing rolled, blown and spray foam insulation to homes in your area, you can save your neighbors an average of 5% annually on electricity and more than 10% annually on natural gas. The Koala Insulation mission: reduce overall energy waste in the U.S. from one of the largest creators of greenhouse gas emissions; homes, commercial and industrial buildings.
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Then we want to talk to you! Ideally, we would have franchisees that come from a management or sales/sales management background. To make Koala Insulation a semi-absentee run business, the franchise owner has to be a leader with strong organizational skills.
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Interested parties should have at least $100,000 in liquid capital to invest.