Ready to join the $210 billion restoration industry? Restoration 1 is easy to own, easy to scale with low start-up costs in a recession resistant business. Ranked in the Top 50 Franchises under $100,000 by Entrepreneur Franchise 500!
To buy a franchise with Restoration 1, you'll need to have at least $50,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $150,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $79,100 - $183,350. *
One of the fastest growing home restoration franchises is poised to become the nation’s first household name for restoration services! While the national chains are either rapidly running out of available territory or are sold out entirely, Restoration 1 has become one of the nation’s fastest growing restoration franchise.
Restoration 1 is a complete residential and commercial residential services due to water, fire, smoke or mold damage. It's an easy to own, easy to scale low start-up costs recession resistant business.
We recommend that you have a proven track record of leadership experience, are confident in your ability to manage people, an entrepreneurial spirit and the drive to follow our proven business model as you bring Restoration 1 to your community. Veterans are uniquely qualified to franchise with Restoration 1, as they have a proven ability to follow systems, procedures and processes necessary to make any venture successful.
The American Restoration industry has grown to an astonishing $210 BILLION annual market showing no signs of slowing down. Now is the time to invest!
Want to learn more about opening your own Restoration 1 Franchise? Fill out this form to get started:
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Interested parties should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital to invest.