Small Business Opportunities magazine touts gross sales for remodeling franchise company
A nationwide magazine dedicated to small business reporting recently featured the DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen remodeling franchise. The story, published in Small Business Opportunities (SBO) magazine, reported on DreamMaker’s 62 percent increase of $300,000 during the past three years in average gross sales. DreamMaker increased its average gross sales from $500,000 in 2011 to $800,000 in 2014, according to Franchise Disclosure Documents.
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen is a remodeling franchise that helps entrepreneurs and remodelers earn strong financial numbers while focusing on quality of life. Our franchise owners enjoy much stronger margins than most remodelers, and their customers report much higher satisfaction. DreamMaker's business practices are guided by biblical principles of service, respect, and integrity and are key to our success.
“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. “Our systems and resources have also helped entrepreneurs launch brand new remodeling businesses that are among our top performers.”
Remodeling franchise recognized for its Code of Values
SBO credited DreamMaker’s success to the Code of Values™ the remodeling franchise holds. Our Code of Values is central to who we are and to the way we work to conduct ourselves in business and in life; it is a living, breathing philosophy based on biblical principles. We know that it is impossible to live them perfectly, but we strive to live them with excellence and be respectfully held accountable whenever we slip.
“One of the things that separates us from the rest of the world is the Code of Values that we, as business owners, and all our staff sign onto,” franchise owner Dale Ressler told SBO. “We … always give customers a copy. That, right up front, separates us from the remodeling world. Our process is also different. It’s more relational selling, helping customers decide what is best for them. That includes determining if we are a good fit. It’s not only about how quickly we can get a contract.”
SBO also noted DreamMaker’s new software, EMT2, that projects the time and materials required for job completion and incentivizes employees who fashion a quality product in a timely manner. It also made mention of financing made available to our customers thanks to the relationships we’ve built with lenders.
“Customers will enjoy a stress- and surprise-free remodeling experience,” the article says.