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Rising sales and new franchise openings are helping fuel growth as we chart an ambitious future for our home improvement franchise opportunity

Remodeling involves always planning ahead, while remaining flexible to prepare for the unexpected. Running a business is the same way, which is why DreamMaker® Bath and Kitchen is heading into a new year with a long-term plan for expansive growth for our home improvement franchise opportunity.

A kitchen remodel with dark wooden cabinets, an olive-green tile backsplash and a hardwood floor. We’ve got a clear vision in place to grow our network and help franchisees succeed.

New franchisees help us expand nationwide

A number of recent openings has given us strong momentum. We’ve welcomed new franchisees in a number of markets throughout the country:

  • Charlotte, NC
  • Grand Rapids, MI
  • Huntsville, AL
  • Kenosha, WI
  • Northeast Chicago, IL
  • Northeast San Antonio, TX
  • Tyler, TX
  • Waco, TX
  • Ypsilanti, MI

Our plans for growth are centered on our franchisees first and foremost. We only succeed if we succeed together, so all of our systems, support and initiatives we undertake are designed to help franchise owners achieve strong margins and quality of life.

You can understand why franchisees are eager to start a home renovation franchise with us when you see the results established owners are achieving with DreamMaker. Since 2011, our franchisees’ average annual sales have increased 92%, according to our Franchise Disclosure Document. That’s nearly triple the growth of the industry overall during that same time frame, and our group buying power and job pricing processes help them earn higher margins than they might achieve as an independent remodeler.

Doug Dwyer stands behind a podium beside a large projector screen as he speaks at the annual DreamMaker Reunion. President and Chief Stewarding Officer Doug Dwyer speaks at the annual DreamMaker Reunion.

Long-term vision for growth

Our plans are ambitious, but we’re confident that our team and network have what it takes to achieve them.

“Over the next 10 years, our plan is to essentially triple the size of the company,” says President and Chief Stewarding Officer Doug Dwyer. “We want to dramatically grow in terms of franchise owners and revenues, and we’re stepping up our already industry-leading systems and support to help create an even better business opportunity for new and current franchisees.”

Ready to learn more?

For in-depth details about DreamMaker home improvement franchise opportunities, download our franchise information report and start a conversation with us. You also can learn more by visiting our research pages.

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