Optic-Kleer franchise

Min investment
15,000

Outlets
50

Optic-Kleer franchise

You repair whilst your customer shops.

Optic-Kleer is the largest windscreen repair company in the UK.

Minimum investment
15,000

Funding support
Yes

Total investment
15,000

Franchise fees
0

Business type
Franchise

Expected revenue after 2 years
65,000


Minimum investment
15,000

Outlets
50
  • Operating fee:
    17.5% management fee
  • Advertising fee:
    N/A
  • Royalty fee:
    N/A
  • Average floor space:
    N/A

About Optic-Kleer
franchise

Optic-Kleer franchise information

Optic-Kleer have been repairing stone-chip damage to customers windscreens since 1991 and are very proud of the excellent reputation of repairs. We are situated in various DIY hardware stores, and supermarkets around the country. The core of our service is the prevention of any further damage on a clients windscreen. Optic-Kleer is as easy to market, as it is for people to avail them; most of the repairs we provide take only around twenty minutes - the average shopping time of a person. Moreover, we use only the latest gadgets in windscreen repair; no rivalling companies provide service at our quality and speed.

Clearly the best

At Optic-Kleer we have over 25 years experience in the windscreen repair business. Never have to worry about making cold calls, dropping leaflets, and other taxing propagandas because the customers come to us. We are now a well-established brand, so you already have customers awaiting. Moreover, our quality service has been recognised by many insurance companies and they often refer customers to us. The advantage of an Optic-Kleer franchise is that the potential big mistakes have already been ironed out of the system. These are just some of the solid reason why Optic-Kleer will give you financial freedom, whilst letting you be the boss of your own business. As a franchisee with Optic-Kleer, earnings are uncapped therefore the more windscreens you repair, the more you will earn.

Training and support provided

Prior to the launch of your own franchise, you will participate in our initial training programme which takes place at the head office in Boston, Lincolnshire. In addition to the initial training you will have mentoring with one of our experienced technicians who will help you turn the workshop training into reality with real earnings and actual hands-on repairs on real customers cars. We will provide half board accommodation, so you can arrive with no expenses and leave with a fully functional business. After the launch of your business, the Optic-Kleer team will continue to support you in marketing, sales, advertising, and any issue that may rise. As part of our ongoing development, we provide professional support to help you further your business aims and objectives. In addition to developing the business as a whole, Optic-Kleer provides franchisees with a full package of ongoing managerial support services. Overall, we are a brand that is committed to seeing our franchisees grow and help them become as successful as possible.

The ideal Optic-Kleer franchisee

Do you have a good entrepreneurial spirit, good finance managing skills, and the ambition to run your own business? Then Optic Kleer wants to work with you!

Just like any other position in the business industry a positive attitude and approach is essential. As an Optic-Kleer franchisee you need to be friendly and have the ability to talk to people. If you have the right attitude and approach you will have plenty of happy customers. We are looking for people that have the energy and motivation to run their own business. We don't require franchisees to have prior experience in windscreen repairs, we are more focused in finding people with good business acumen and the willingness to commit to our brand full-time.

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Optic-Kleer's history

Optic-Kleer is a private limited company that have been repairing stone-chip damage to customers windscreens since 1991. Today, Optic-Kleer has grown to having sites in UK and US, and is now headed by entrepreneur/car salesman David Overton.