WindowPayne Local franchise

Min investment


WindowPayne Local franchise

Going into business for yourself can be daunting, but Matt and the team at WindowPayne Local have devised a franchise model that will enable you to hit the ground running, so that you can establish and grow your franchise quickly.

It is a golden rule in business to be part of a growing sector, and with the window cleaning market forecast to be worth £920m by the end of 2023, there has never been a better time to get involved in this Covid proof market.

Minimum investment

Funding support
Third Party

Total investment

Franchise fees

Business type

Expected revenue after 2 years

Minimum investment

  • Operating fee:
  • Advertising fee:
    £250 per month
  • Royalty fee:
    £350 per month no royalty fees for the first 6 months
  • Average floor space:

About WindowPayne Local

Join this exciting new franchise today!

Our mission is simple, to be the household name in domestic window and gutter cleaning, offering a local and reliable service on a national scale.

How The WindowPayne Local Franchise Works

As a WindowPayne Local Franchisee you will be providing your customers with a customised window and gutter cleaning service that meets their requirements. WindowPayne Local customers pay by direct debit and these payments are managed through our Head Office, this allows Franchisees to concentrate on their day to day tasks of cleaning and on-boarding new customers.

WindowPayne Local works to high standards and we expect our Franchisees to have the same goal. Providing a superior service that delivers outstanding results.

Matt and the team have spent months refining the model to ensure that with hard work and commitment they are presenting you with a strong brand and a solid business model for success

The franchise package also includes:

  • Exclusive territory
  • 5 year term with an option to renew
  • No royalty fees for the first 6 months
  • WindowPayne Local branded clothing
  • Equipment starter pack
  • Water purification system
  • Water-fed pole cleaning system
  • Pre-launch marketing campaign
  • Marketing materials
  • Full admin support
  • Diary management
  • Customer direct debit management

Training and support provided

Training and On-going Support

Our main objective is to get you established in your exclusive territory as soon as possible. Our training and support will enable you to get your business up and running quickly and efficiently. Initial training takes place over 2 weeks and includes time in the office and time out in the field.

We will share our best business practices with you and show you how to effectively market your business. We will also provide training in sales techniques, pricing and quotations and scheduling your workload.

Out in the field you will learn how to use the equipment safely and effectively, how to clean windows and gutters correctly and safely, and how to safely work at height when using ladders.

As well as your initial training we will provide continual on-going support throughout the life of your business to help you whenever you need us. You will be in business for yourself, but not by yourself.


The ideal WindowPayne Local franchisee

What Type of Franchisee Are We looking For?

It’s simple really, we are looking for people who have the same drive, determination and enthusiasm that we have for our brand. WindowPayne Local Franchisees should be self-motivated with an excellent work ethic and possess good people skills. We want ambitious people who want to see their business grow and who want to provide a first class service to their customers.

The beauty of this business is that your services are always in demand and you have the opportunity to develop your territory by adding more vans.

WindowPayne Local's history

The Story of WindowPayne Local

Working shifts as a full time firefighter provided WindowPayne Local’s founder Matt Payne with the opportunity to earn some extra cash, so he started WindowPayne on a part time basis in 2011. Little did he know where this side-line would take him. In 2016 Matt realised that the business was really taking off so he purchased better equipment, invested in IT and took on his first employee.

In 2018 Matt took the plunge to work in the business full time, and the rest is history.