3 Ways Pestmaster Supports Pest Control Startups
The pest control industry is booming, but pest control startups aren’t foolproof. In fact, according to the Small Business Association (SBA), a huge percentage of self-starters fail in the first 6 months.
But your business doesn’t have to become just another statistic. By choosing the right brand to align yourself with, you can avoid all the pitfalls of pest control startup and tap into this highly profitable industry fast.
Today’s post is all about how Pestmaster helps you do just that. Read on to learn 3 ways that the Pestmaster franchise supports pest control startups.
We give you more for your money
Some pest control startups can cost as much as $150,000, which may not even include the franchise fee.
Pestmaster is much more affordable, and not for a lack of quality. Our business is designed to be scalable. At launch, our sleek, home-based business model requires minimal inventory and no additional employees. And once you start to generate a profit, there’s endless room to grow.
Typical pest control startup investments range from $30,000 to $80,000. That includes the franchise fee and a big chunk of working capital to be reserved in case of emergencies or shortfalls in the opening months. This fee includes all you’d expect from any big brand, including:
Access to a proven business model
All materials required to run your business
Volume buying power
Protected territories with First Right of Refusal for surrounding locations
Human resource assistance and mentoring
Brand name authority–Pestmaster is a “Top 100” company out of over 19,000 businesses nationwide
Find out all the benefits of franchising you can unlock for less with Pestmaster here.
We streamline pest control startups
According to The Balance: Small Business, the average start-up takes approximately 6 months to open its doors for business from the time the owner decides to take action. That’s half of a year spent idling “in the red” without seeing a single penny of profit. If it doesn’t break you mentally, this unprofitable period might just break the bank–according to the Small Business Association (SBA), up to 30% of businesses fail in the first year, unable to dig themselves out of that hole.
From day one, Pestmaster set out to design a streamlined start-up process that would lessen risk and speed profitability for pest control startups. And that’s exactly what we did.
On average, our pest control startups open their doors for business within 6 weeks of signing the Franchise Agreement. That means you can start generating a return on your investment within 1.5 months, or 4.5 months ahead of the competition.
We consolidate all your training into a single program
As a self-starter, you’re responsible for building your own multi-disciplinary skill set. In addition to the actual pest control certifications, running a pest control business requires knowledge of accounting, management, marketing, website creation, and more. Educating yourself in all these areas can be as costly as it is time consuming–and none of it earns you a dime until your business is up and running.
Pestmaster consolidates all your training into a single streamlined program. When you work with us, you do not need any existing skill or experience in this industry to become a successful business owner. In fact, many of our most successful franchisees came to us this way.
All training fees are covered in the pest control startup investment.
Learn more about launching a Pestmaster pest control startup
You can learn more about the Pestmaster franchise opportunity by requesting franchise information via the contact form on our website, or by calling 800-525-8866 to set up a free consultation.Back