Bar-B-Clean Franchise Turns up the Heat on Franchise Expansion

Building on momentum from last year’s growth, Bar-B-Clean, a franchised barbecue grill cleaning service, aims to open an additional 20 to 25 franchise locations in 2016.

Immediate franchise opportunities are available as the brand seeks dedicated owner-operators across the nation.

Bar-B-Clean offers residential and commercial customers a convenient, low-cost grill-cleaning solution. There are currently 20 Bar-B-Clean locations across seven states: Arizona, California, Florida, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas.

“The Bar-B-Clean franchise is innovative and caters to a vast majority of professionals,” says founder Bryan Weinstein. “We have structured it with simplicity in mind for current and aspiring entrepreneurs and find that it is a great business model for military veterans, home service providers like landscapers and pool maintenance professionals, as well as firefighters.”

The service offered includes a deep cleaning of the interior and exterior of the grill, as well as a thorough inspection of the burner and ignition systems. They remove harmful carcinogens and food particles that are transferred to your food and eliminate germs to keep your family healthy. Bar-B-Clean deters cockroaches, mice, and other pests that live and snack inside grills.

There is a strong demand for barbecue grill cleaning services in the United States yet little to no regional or national systems servicing this huge market. With minimal competition, this unique concept has a low cost and no need for a truck or trailer.

Bar-B-Clean’s franchise fee is $19,500, and the total investment to own and operate an exclusive territory — around 100,000 households — is between $19,500-$25,000. This fee typically includes travel to training, equipment, insurance, along with ongoing marketing support. Both multi- and single-unit territories are currently available.
And, as a veteran friendly concept, Bar-B-Clean offers 30 percent off the initial franchise fee for qualified veterans.

Franchisee Matthew Sprague, a U.S. Army veteran based in the Los Angeles area, is an example of a veteran who found the right business model in purchasing a Bar-B-Clean franchise. Now operating multiple territories, Sprague serves areas including Pasadena, the San Gabriel Valley and San Fernando Valley, among other Los Angeles suburbs. He cleans hundreds of grills annually and continues to grow his business.

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