There are more than 260 million used vehicles on the road in the U.S. today, many of which will be in need of automotive cosmetic services. Spruce up your future with an auto paint and body franchise and take your share of this booming industry!View Paint & Body Shop Franchises
By 2017, revenues of U.S. auto body, paint & interior repair are projected to reach $33.5 billion
SOURCE: Statista; US Census Bureau
Body, paint and interior repair make up approximately 11% of the U.S. automotive aftermarket
SOURCE: AAIA; Roland Berger
In 2016, the number of people needing auto paint/body work amounted to around 16.4 million
SOURCE: Nielsen Scarborough
Statista; US Census Bureau
AAIA; Roland Berger
The automotive cosmetics industry includes paint, interior and dent repair to fix everything from scratched bumpers and door dings to ripped interiors and other cosmetic damage.
The automotive cosmetics and restoration industry is huge generating billions of dollars in revenue each year. Get your share of this market with an auto paint and body franchise and be the boss you always wanted to be.
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There is strong demand for body shop services, but there is also strong competition in this market. So, how do you stand out from the crowd? Here are some tips to help you run a successful body shop franchise business:
There’s nothing wrong with having a body shop that services all kinds of vehicles. In fact, you might need to do just that to have enough business month after month. However, it’s a good idea to consider developing a specialty that your shop can become known for around the area. For example, you could specialize in working on off-road vehicles or vehicles from a particular manufacturer. If you develop a reputation for doing great work for those kinds of vehicles, you’ll give your business a foundation on which you can build and grow.
It only takes a few bad customer experiences to ruin the reputation of a business. And, since so much of the body shop industry runs on referrals, you certainly don’t want your customers speaking poorly of your shop. The goal is simple: make sure every single customer leaves happy, even if you have to go to great lengths to make that happen. Spending a little more time and money to finish a project right will be worth it if that customer goes on to tell everyone how great you are.
One of the best ways to get business as a body shop is to get to know other professionals in the automotive market in your area. Of course, businesses that compete directly with body shops won’t want to help you out, but there are plenty of businesses in adjacent niches who always need somewhere to refer customers for services they don’t provide. Get to know the owners and managers of auto shops that don’t do body work, like auto parts stores, used car lots, and similar companies. These connections could go a long way toward making your venture a success.