DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen remodeling works to develop franchise business plans, offer peer review sessions to help franchisees build their business
When you join a franchise, it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting in exchange for royalty payments. After all, entrepreneurs join a franchise system because it gives them the support they need to build a successful business.
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen offers extensive support to our remodeling franchise owners, helping them start, grow and grab the market share.
“We’ve helped existing remodelers take their operations to the next level by providing training and systems to run a stronger remodeling business,” says President and Chief Stewarding Officer Doug Dwyer. “Those same systems and resources have helped entrepreneurs launch brand new remodeling businesses that are among DreamMaker's top performers.”
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen is a full-service interior remodeling franchise that helps remodelers earn higher profit margins while also improving their quality of life. Our franchise owners enjoy much stronger margins than most remodelers — and their customers report much, much higher satisfaction. DreamMaker's business practices are guided by biblical principles of service, respect and integrity — and are key to our success.
We help an existing remodeler create an organizational chart of their existing business, then develop a plan for what that chart should look like in a year. We help owners identify the myriad roles they play within the company and help them identify ways to replace themselves in some of those positions, whether that means hiring an office manager or a lead carpenter. As sales increase and margins rise, the owners can hire the next person in that organizational chart, gradually building a business that doesn’t require them to wear every hat.
When buying in to DreamMaker, a remodeler becomes part of a large family of franchise owners — and also part of a smaller, tight-knit family — our Next Level Groups, which consist of six to eight franchise owners who commit to helping each other succeed by examining one another’s businesses and offering suggestions and strategies for success. Every six months, Next Level Groups gather to take a detailed look at a single franchise operation, analyzing financials, marketing strategies and ROI, morale, margins and other aspects of the business.
“We have seen great success holding each other accountable as business owners,” says Mike Fischer, a franchise owner in Michigan. “We make suggestions to help streamline operations and improve business. I went through the evaluation early, and it was a huge eye-opener to me. Nobody wants to feel like they are failing, and when your weaknesses are held up, it makes you dig deep. I tell people I have grown more as a businessman in the last four years than I ever did the prior 15 years of my career. DreamMaker helped.”