The Carpet Chemist INFO
Why The Carpet Chemist? Why Now?
More than just a carpet cleaning company, The Carpet Chemist is a comprehensive resource for carpet cleaning, repair, restoration, dyeing and stretching. The Carpet Chemist can also clean and repair rugs and upholstery, setting the brand apart from its competitors by making it a one-stop shop for all carpet concerns.
Trained to meet the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, Restoration and Certification standards for water damage remediation and restoration, The Carpet Chemist can save a water-damaged carpet and restore it back to pre-damaged condition, something no basic carpet cleaning company can offer.
From restoration to rehabbing to redesigning, demand for home services in this country has never been higher. While the US economy shrank by 3.5 percent in 2020, spending on home improvements and repairs grew more than three percent to nearly $420 billion, as people modified their living spaces in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report conducted by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University.
With Americans currently on a post-pandemic spending spree, that trend is only accelerating. One of the few players in the niche specialty of carpet cleaning, restoration and repair, The Carpet Chemist is poised to meet the growing demand for its services.
Designed to maximize profitability for franchise owners by creating a low-investment path into the booming carpet cleaning industry, The Carpet Chemist is one of the most lucrative and sought-after opportunities in franchising.
What Sets The Carpet Chemist Apart?
As its name implies, The Carpet Chemist applies its own lab-tested methods to do what often doesn’t seem possible — from making carpet burn marks magically disappear to restoring the look of old carpeting so it appears brand new again.
The Carpet Chemist’s unique stretching techniques saves the life of a carpet, in turn saving money for customers who’ve been told by other carpet companies to rip it up and replace it.
While other carpet cleaning companies use chemicals that contain carcinogens, The Carpet Chemist works all of its magic without using any harsh chemicals, so customers can breathe in with complete confidence.
But that doesn’t mean its methods are not effective. Using non-toxic solutions formulated in its laboratory, The Carpet Chemist is known for its ability to successfully tackle pet urine stains and odor, red beverage stains (wine, sodas, sports drinks), coffee stains, rust stains and even color loss caused by sun fading.
From its unique stain guard system that protects carpets and rugs from spills, dirt and even insects to ongoing cleaning options that keep carpets in peak condition and guarantee recurring revenue throughout the year, The Carpet Chemist is designed to maximize profitability for its franchise owners by offering an array of effective services that meet a variety of homeowner and business needs.
Why the Carpet Cleaning and Repair Category?
With a renewed, post-COVID focus on the home, there’s never been a better time to invest in this $5 billion-dollar carpet cleaning and repair industry, one that’s projected to continue growing by at least 3% annually.
Because it provides a range of services and proprietary techniques that other carpet cleaning companies don’t offer, The Carpet Chemist attracts a variety of residential, commercial and interior design clients with an array of needs — from carpet cleaning to carpet restoration, rug cleaning to upholstery cleaning and carpet color correction to carpet stretching. The Carpet Chemist can do it all, which is why it’s become a valued, go-to resource for so many busy clients.
While The Carpet Chemist’s innovative techniques are unique to the industry, they’re not difficult to learn. The emerging brand’s comprehensive 10-day training program gives franchisees everything they need to know to start servicing clients immediately.
In addition, The Carpet Chemist’s continuing education program allows franchisees to stay on the cutting edge of carpet techniques while its network of talented franchise owners offer ideas and best practices to ensure success through personal support. Franchise owners are equipped with everything they need to start growing their businesses quickly, effectively and for the fraction of a cost of most other businesses.
The Investment and How Much Can I Make?
The initial investment to open a The Carpet Chemist franchise ranges from $77,000 to $109,000, which includes the leasing of a van and the initial $30,000 franchise fee. And because no office space is required — which can often cost small-business owners up to $1000 per employee every month — franchise owners maintain little ongoing overhead costs.
The gross revenue for The Carpet Chemist’s company-owned outlet was $159,025 in 2019 and $217,474 in 2020. Individual results may differ from franchisee to franchisee, but most franchisees are expected to recoup their investment and turn a profit within their first year in business. To learn more visit https://thecarpetchemistfranchise.com/