Paul Davis is the leading emergency service and property damage reconstruction provider in North America, with more than 300 franchise locations across the U.S. Our reputation is built on our delivery of quality work, our professionalism, and our commitment to providing the best customer service in the industry. We are looking for great people to run a great business for themselves and we are committed to their success.
To buy a franchise with Paul Davis Emergency Services, you'll need to have at least $45,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $100,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $50,000 - $150,000. They also offer financing. *
A Paul Davis Emergency Services business is scalable, flexible, and provides vital services that are always in demand: water extraction, mold mitigation, trauma cleanup, and much more. An emergency services business allows you to operate from your home and expand as your business grows. And with exclusive territories, our franchise network works together and never competes. When you become a Paul Davis Emergency Services business owner, you also benefit from our reputation and extensive experience in the restoration industry.
With over 370 locations around the US and 50 years of experience, our business owners tackle the recovery process with sensitivity, efficiency, and expertise because they’ve received the best training in the business. Whether dealing with damage from fires, mold, water, storms, natural disasters, or other emergencies, Paul Davis business owners inspire confidence because they know their craft inside and out.
Paul Davis also offers business owners flexibility and scalability. With two levels of investment, Paul Davis Restoration and Paul Davis Emergency Services, franchisees can select an investment level that fits their unique business goals and lifestyle. It’s also possible to grow and scale your business when the time is right for you and your family.
We take training seriously at Paul Davis. It’s a bedrock principle of our company because our reputation is only as good as the education we provide our business owners. That’s why we continually invest in our state-of-the-art training facility and our world-class trainers. Paul Davis business owners leave training prepared to own and operate their restoration businesses because our training is unparalleled.
We provide our franchisees with:
Paul Davis is committed to collaboration. We use a democratic voting process to ensure each and every business owner has a clear voice in our company’s direction and future. Try finding that at another restoration franchise!
At Paul Davis, we won’t treat you like a number because you were never a number to begin with. We won’t force you to run your business in a way that’s contrary to your needs because we believe business owners know what their businesses need.
We offer continuing education classes, franchisee mentoring programs, marketing support, and a field representative dedicated to your ongoing needs to ensure you’re growing and evolving as a business owner and receiving all the tools you need to thrive.
Are you driven, success minded, and ready to start the next chapter of your life? You don’t need to have experience with the restoration business to become a Paul Davis Restoration or Paul Davis Emergency Services business owner. What we look for in our franchisees is the desire to succeed. So, if you’re patient, willing to work hard, learn, and collaborate with our team, you’re an excellent fit for a Paul Davis business opportunity.
Emergency restoration is a $71.3 Billion dollar industry. Invest in your future by investing in a Paul Davis Restoration business!
Minimum Capital Investment
Paul Davis Emergency Services = $45,000
Net Worth Requirement
Paul Davis Emergency Services = $100,000
Paul Davis Emergency Services = $39,000
Royalties & Marketing Fund Contributions
For Paul Davis Emergency Services, royalties are 8% to 4% of monthly gross sales. The royalty percentage decreases as gross sales increase.
Marketing fees are 2% of monthly gross sales.
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Interested parties should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital to invest.