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Franchise Deep Dive: Concrete Craft's Franchise Costs, Fees, Profit and Data

Acquired by Home Franchise Concepts in 2010, Concrete Crafts now serves over 500 territories.

By Savannah BilboStaff Writer
2:14PM 05/18/23

LAST UPDATED: March 21, 2023
REPORTED COST TO GET IN: $156,330-$233,450
REPORTED ROI (Item 19): $85,460-$2,145,845

John Kostro and Dan Lightner founded Concrete Craft in 2006. Back then, it was known as All American Decorative Concrete. The pair wanted to create the first decorative concrete franchise and deliver great service for the fairest price. Home Franchise Concepts acquired Concrete Crafts in 2014. 

Franchisees do not need to have a background in construction or concrete work. As a franchise owner, your primary responsibility is to create new business. Many franchisees come from automotive industries, HR positions and even commercial pilots. 

How Many Concrete Craft Locations Are There?

There are 70-plus Concrete Craft locations in the United States and Canada. Concrete Crafts serves 27 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces. In total, Concrete Crafts serves over 500 territories across North America. 

What Is Concrete Craft’s Business Model?

According to Franchise Help, Concrete Craft is a scalable, low-inventory, home-based business model. 

How Much Can Concrete Craft Franchise Owners Make?

Some Concrete Craft franchisees are single-unit owners, and some are multi-unit. In 2021, franchisees who owned a single territory earned a range of $85,460–$2,145,845. Franchisees who owned multiple territories earned a range of $460,654–$1,289,769.

How Much Does It Cost to Open a Concrete Craft?

Initial investment costs for Concrete Craft are $156,330–$233,450. A breakdown of the fees as disclosed in the 2022 FDD is listed below. 

Initial franchise fee: $19,950
Initial territory fee: $50,000
Travel and Living expenses while training: $1,500–$2,500
Office Space: Varies
Vehicle: $10,000–$40,000
Trailer: $0–$3,000
Computer: $1,250–$2,000
Credit Card Processing Technology: $30–$500
Auto Insurance: $1,800–$3,500
Commercial General Liability Insurance: $1,500–$2,500
Storage Unit (Three Months Rent): $1,050–$2,000
Contractor’s License and Bond: $0–$1,500
Professional Fees: $750–$1,500
Initial Marketing: $10,000–$15,000
Additional Tools and Supplies: $28,500–$31,500
Additional Funds Before Opening and First Three Months $30,000–$50,000
Total Initial Investment (Does Not Include Office Space Costs): $156,330–$233,450

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