Richard's Painting has a track record of making very successful and potentially high-margin painting franchises. In the 20+ years since Richard Gould started Richard's Painting, his philosophy of doing things the right way has helped him build a tremendously successful business that never stops growing. Learn more now!
To buy a franchise with Richards Painting, you'll need to have at least $40,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $80,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of at least $58,450 - $105,450. Richards Painting charges a franchise fee of 30000. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *
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Richard Gould founded Richard’s Painting franchise on the belief that no matter how many painters there are in a market, there is always room for a great painter who doesn’t cut corners, who does jobs correctly, provides excellent customer service and takes pride in their work. These painters are hard to come by and whenever one gets established, they quickly become the painter of choice and the top-referred option in any community.
Richard’s Painting is a different type of painting franchise – we don’t go after low-end, price driven sales. We don’t force our owners to spend huge amounts on marketing. We don’t pull in any subcontractor we can get. We are unique and have a track record of making very successful and potentially high-margin painting franchises.
Own a sustainable, recession-resistant business that allows you to build a brighter future for yourself and your family. A truly premier painting business with the best team and one that is cost-effective to grow.
It turns out that you can own a profitable business for over 20 years by doing everything the rest of the industry doesn’t do. Richard’s Painting franchise is radically different from the rest of the painting industry because we believe that a painting business should be a pillar of the community it serves.
RICHARD’S PAINTING IS ACTIVELY SEEKING PASSIONATE ENTREPRENEURS WHO WANT TO BECOME INGRAINED IN THEIR COMMUNITIES. A neighborhood painting business is all about people. It’s about your relationships with your customers, your commitment to provide opportunities for your employees, and your connection to your community overall. A great neighborhood painting business is trusted, reliable, and takes pride in their work. They show up on time, they have great attitudes, they work with efficiency and expertise, and they make sure that the customers are satisfied when the job is done.
If this sounds like you, request information to learn more today!
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Interested parties should have at least $40,000 in liquid capital to invest.