Master Franchising is the Global Development Model for Chem-Dry
We are seeking Mast Franchisees to grow the brand in their respective markets.
Chem-Dry: the carpet cleaning franchise standard
Chem-Dry is the world’s largest carpet cleaning franchise for a reason. We’ve offered professional, environmentally safe service and cleaning from our founding in 1977; using a hot carbonated water extraction cleaning method that removes dirt and stains from surfaces efficiently, with little water and rapid drying time. Our Master Franchisees have been establishing Chem-Dry in the Global marketplace, since 1987.
For entrepreneurs thinking about opening a Master Franchise, the benefits go beyond effective cleaning. Chem-Dry removes some of the biggest obstacles to starting your own business with a proven track record, global presence, benefits of a franchise (Marketing, Operational and Training materials) along with the support from the International office in America to fellow Master Franchisees.
Chem-Dry backs up its best-in-class products and services with unparalleled training and support that prepares new franchise owners not just on cleaning but on successful business ownership, with marketing, training and operations guidance from the best in the business. It will be difficult to find a better franchise opportunity. Chem-Dry franchise owners prove the strength and testament of our brand, as the average tenure is 17 years (the franchise industry average is seven).
Think you’re ready for a cleaning franchise business opportunity that’s one of the best values in franchising? We want to expand internationally, especially in South America and Eastern Europe. Interested, we want to hear from you. Just fill out the information form on our site to request more information about the franchise opportunity and learn details about our value proposition, earnings potential, people, history, products, and more.
*Based on the results from a study conducted by an independent laboratory using the Chem-Dry Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. Airborne bacteria results includes use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes.