Whether it's new build houses or home improvements, people in the UK are in dire need of electricians. The amount of qualified electrical engineers isn't sufficient to satisfy the overall demand and consumers are looking for trusted, reputable tradesmen to carry out electrical work.
From changing a light fitting all the way to a full building rewire, the work is waiting to be done with customers often let down by electricians who can pick and choose the best work. This is thanks to a seemingly endless supply of electrical jobs both big and small.
Thanks in part to Brexit, the number of qualified electricians is set to fall further, making things worse for a market that is already struggling to satisfy demand and provide a quality solution to often complex requirements. Statistics show that there are under 275,000 qualified electricians in the UK, a figure which comes nowhere near to being enough to cover the sheer amount of work out there.
With such a high level of demand, established electrical engineering companies like Gas-Elec and TEE Ltd are looking to take advantage of this demand for work by partnering with new franchise owners across the country. It has never made more sense to take advantage of such a great offer and open your own electrical franchise.
Running an electrical franchise has never been easier, with some fantastic benefits included. Apart from running your own company and managing your own time and workload, you can also grow your business with the added security of a financially established organisation behind you. There is plenty of training and support included too, so you don't need years of experience to get involved.
Instead of building up a base of customers and developing a trusted reputation, franchise owners can rely on an established background and steady flow of customers who already know about your business, letting you get on with the work at hand. There is a lack of electrical franchises in smaller areas and regions too, so your venture could be both unique and attractive to customers who are used to trusted brands.