Labor Panes

What Does a Labor Panes Franchise Cost in 2020?

Cash Required:$50,000
Net Worth Required:$250,000
Total Investment:$50,000

Labor Panes Details

Year Founded:2005
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About Us

It is rare for a franchise to really be the right opportunity at the right time. If you are tired of working for others and want to build equity in a business of your own, Labor Panes just might be right for you. Imagine being in business for yourself but not by yourself. This is what Labor Panes Franchise is all about.

Mark Twain said it best:

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than those you did.



Products and Services

Multiple revenue sources

Labor Panes delivers many home services and is constantly adding additional services based on customer feedback. Two big advantages are clear: One, franchise owners have a more consistent, year-round revenue flow and two, your customers need your services repeatedly—typically every 6 months to 1 year. In contrast to businesses with single deliverables, your NEW customer acquisition costs are far lower since you will be re-marketing to your existing client base.

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Why Choose Labor Panes?

Labor Panes is the right opportunity at the right time:

  • Homeowners are staying in their homes longer. This means a steadily increasing demand for house washing, deck restoration, gutter cleaning and repair, as well as window cleaning. Labor Panes delivers these and other services that customers need on a consistent and regular basis. As the customer base grows, marketing costs actually decline.
  • Labor Panes was developed by a team with over 25 years of home services franchise experience. And they have real world business management and field experience in every aspect of the business.
  • Started in 2005, Labor Panes has delivered double digit sales growth every year—even through the recent recession!
  • There is significant pent up demand for the services of Labor Panes because homeowners cannot delay important home maintenance, restoration, cleaning and repair services any longer.
  • Home sales are steadily improving and this trend is projected to continue, according to industry experts. Real estate professionals all agree that the services of Labor Panes are worth every dollar. Why? Because a clean and well maintained home will always sell more quickly—and typically at a higher price than one in need of the services of Labor Panes.

FAQ's

What makes Labor Panes different than other home service franchises?

  1. Labor Panes offers a wide selection of important home services. Revenue flow is therefore more consistent and not prone to seasonal effects.
  2. Labor Panes Franchise is not owned by an investment company. The owners have all actually done the work and have run home service businesses just like Labor Panes. The owners can better relate to the franchisees.
  3. The processes of Labor Panes are easy to teach, retain and execute. Other franchises over complicate their processes and while they may initially look impressive, few are actually adopted.

Is there a discount for Veterans?
Yes, we value the contribution of all Veterans. In fact one of the owners is a Navy Veteran.

How quickly will I be up and running once I decide to start a Labor Panes franchise?
In as soon as 30-45 days after signing the agreement

How long is the initial training?
One week.

Why is it the right opportunity at the right time?

  1. People are staying in homes longer. This means there is a greater need for cleaning, maintenance and repair.
  2. When homeowners decide to sell, all the services of Labor Panes are proven to be a great investment. Why? Because a well maintained home looks better and sells faster than one in disrepair.
  3. Many of the services of Labor Panes have been postponed by homeowners. With both the improving economy and the fact that delaying services can be quite costly, homeowners are more likely to call. Labor Panes is in the perfect position to handle this pent up demand.

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Please Note:

Labor Panes is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Wyoming, West Virginia, Vermont, Utah, Texas, Tennessee, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Ohio, Nevada, New Mexico, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Nebraska, North Carolina, Montana, Mississippi, Missouri, Maine, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Idaho, Iowa, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, Colorado, Arizona, Arkansas, Alabama, Alaska.

Interested parties should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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