The window and exterior cleaning franchise recently shared with its Facebook followers the three key reasons why gutter maintenance matters.
Firstly, according to WindowPayne, an untidy and unclean gutter gives a home a messy and unattractive look. Secondly, overflowing gutters can cause mold and other nasty things to grow on the side of a house. Third and finally, the window cleaning franchise explained that overflowing gutters could also cause internal damage, contributing to the spread of damp through the house. WindowPayne then followed up with a comprehensive list of its services:
- Window cleaning, because “nothing beats sparkling clean windows”
- Gutter clearing for “both domestic and industrial gutters”
- Gutter, soffit and fascia cleaning to “really help your home look its best”
- Render cleaning “without the damage caused by high pressure cleaning methods”
- Patio and driveway cleaning for “instant curb appeal”
- Cladding cleaning “on domestic, commercial and industrial properties”
- Cleaning which can “restore the beauty of your brick and stone”
- Roof cleaning “that maintains, restores and protects”
- Solar panel cleaning that ensures they “are working at maximum efficiency”
If you’d like to start a franchise with WindowPayne and offer this comprehensive range of services to clients in your operational area, you can become a franchisee for a minimum initial investment of £10,495, with a monthly advertising fee of £250 and a monthly royalty fee of £350 (only charged after the first six months). After two years in business, your expected revenue with WindowPayne is an impressive £90,000.
In return for your investment, you’ll gain access to an exclusive operational territory. You’ll be provided with full administrative support, diary management and customer direct debit management. You’ll be given marketing materials, branded clothing and a starter pack of equipment, including a water purification system and a water-fed pole cleaning system. Find out more about starting your WindowPayne journey via the franchise’s profile page, linked above.
Cara Squires, Point Franchise ©