Building Maintenance franchises

Showing 25-30 of 30 Building Maintenance franchises

Building maintenance franchises don’t necessarily require franchisees with qualifications or experience in the trade. Subdividing into handyman franchises, hardware franchises, pest control franchises and security franchises, it’s also a fairly recession-resilient category. And it helps that the vast majority of people live in buildings – to state the obvious – so the market is of course huge. Find out about BFA membership and what it means when franchisors are accredited.


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Concept Building Solutions

Concept Building Solutions

Project manage property insurance claims for accidents such as fires, floods, storm damage and other similar incidents.
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TruGreen

TruGreen

Servicing just 4% of the homes in your territory, you could build a lucrative lawn care business with a fleet of up to 10 liveried vehicles.
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Min. Investment: £ 8,400
Kerb Appeal

Kerb Appeal

This van based business model offers a mix of exterior care and cleaning for domestic and commercial properties.
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Metro Rod

Metro Rod

A drainage business operating a 24 hour-a-day, 365 day-a-year quality service serving commercial, industrial, utility and domestic markets.
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Min. Investment: £ 40,000
MCS Cleaning Services

MCS Cleaning Services

Be your own boss and run your own life by becoming an MCS franchise partner, with our proven operation and business model.
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Min. Investment: £ 14,995
Pirtek

Pirtek

Europe's Number One provider of on-site hydraulic hose repairs, Pirtek operates as a well supported business format.
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Min. Investment: £ 70,000
Aspray Property Services

Aspray Property Services

An award winning service provider. Stepping in when disaster strikes, specialising in project managing both insurance claims & repairs.
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Min. Investment: £ 37,500

<p> <strong>Building maintenance franchises</strong> don’t necessarily require franchisees with qualifications or experience in the trade. Subdividing into handyman franchises, hardware franchises, pest control franchises and security franchises, it’s also a fairly recession-resilient category. And it helps that the vast majority of people live in buildings – to state the obvious – so the market is of course huge. Find out about <a href="http://www.franchisesales.co.uk/resources/articles/BFA-membership--ethical-franchising">BFA membership and what it means when franchisors are accredited</a>.</p>