Tri-State Creations Remodeling

What Does a Tri-State Creations Remodeling Franchise Cost in 2020?

Cash Required:$40,000
Total Investment:$54,250 - $75,233

Tri-State Creations Remodeling Details

Year Founded:2004

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Join One of the Nation's Largest Remodeling Companies

Are you tired of swinging a hammer or doing all the hard work? Are you looking to develop your own contracting company but can't quite figure it? Or you might be an existing contractor trying to increase revenue with no luck. If you fit any one of these scenarios then Tri-State Creations is your solution! We have over 50 years of combined experience in providing consistent remodeling project work and growth as a company. Our solutions are not rocket is a time tested and proven business system and we will teach you how to do it.

Why Become a Franchise Owner?

Tri-State Creations makes residential remodeling affordable for everyone. We have over 50 years of experience in providing and installing quality remodeling and renovation projects for the working class community. We complete our projects on time, within budget and with total customer satisfaction. We have an A rating with the BBB.

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As a franchise owner, you can be a part of bringing smiles to the faces of customers whose home renovations exceeded their expectations at a great price. We will share our business model and will help you learn what it takes to be successful in the home renovation business.

We have a proven track record and we want to see you flourish in your own business with the support of our experienced and knowledgeable team.

How Did We Get Started?

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Josh Schneider founded Tri-State Creations in 2008. Tri-State Creations does over 350 remodeling projects per year. After graduating from Temple University law school in 1989, Josh worked in the tax department at Ernst and Young for a year.

In 1991, he started his own construction company called Dream Home Remodelers. This company operated for ten years doing an average of 8 million dollars per year in residential remodeling projects.

In 2001, Josh became a franchisee for Four Seasons Sunrooms and was soon their largest franchisee, selling approximately 15 million dollars in sunrooms per year for a seven year period. Josh and his team are passionate about home renovations and want to share their knowledge, experience, and business model with other passionate home renovators.

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What Support is Offered?

When you join the Tri-State Creations team as a franchise owner, you can expect support in a number of different areas:

  • Comprehensive Training
  • Expert Marketing Support
  • Extensive Operations Manual
  • Ongoing Program Oversight
  • Innovative Thought Leadership

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What are the Territories and Fees?

You will be given an exclusive territory to build your own remodeling business.

Tri-State Creations is headquartered in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania and is looking to expand to new areas soon!

To start a Tri-State Creations franchise, a potential owner should have about US$65,000 in investment capital to account for working capital, start-­‐up costs, marketing dollars and initial franchise fees to get their Tri-State Creations off the ground.

Your One‐Stop Shop for ALL of your Home Renovation Needs Join the Residen1al Renova1on Business with a Business Model that Has Proven Profitability and ENORMOUS Value to Your Customers.

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What Qualifications are Recommended?

Types of qualifications recommended for potential franchise owners:

  • Strong Sales and Customer Service Abilities
  • Good with Timing and Schedule Management
  • High Personal Standards
  • Able to Meet Initial Investment Requirements


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Tri-State Creations Remodeling 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 $40,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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