Gatsby Glass was the Perfect Add-on Business for this Owner

Gatsby Glass Zach Spicer

The Interior Glass Installation Franchise Offers Commerical and Residential Services

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As the owner of a fix/flips and remodels construction company, Zach Spicer knows firsthand that glass is an incredibly popular material in interior design. From elaborate showers, to dramatic staircases, to indulgent walk-in closets, glass turns everyday living areas into extraordinary spaces.

But getting someone to do the work can be next to impossible. “There is a major lack of well-known glass companies out there that can handle interior glass jobs like shower doors, glass walls, wine rooms, railings and commercial projects,” he says. And that’s exactly why he invested in Gatsby Glass. “There is so much work out there and the competitors don’t even answer the phone when customers call for a quote. Investing in a franchise that offers these services and has all the systems and processes in place was a no-brainer for me,” he says.

Spicer believes that the home services industry is completely undervalued in the eyes of other business owners. “It’s not shiny and sexy, but it can generate some serious income,” he says.

An Easy Decision

Besides being a perfect complement to his business, Spicer was all-in on Gatsby Glass because of its leadership team and parent company. “HorsePower Brands is a beast and there is nobody else out there who’s better,” he says. At press time, Spicer was just about to open Gatsby Glass of Southeast Denver. With interest rates on the rise and the threat of a recession looming, Spicer believes that more people will shift from buying new homes to remodeling existing ones. “This is huge because the two major rooms people upgrade are bathrooms and kitchens,” he says. “When you tell people you own an interior glass company, their eyes light up. Everybody wants a new glass shower door. Glass has become more and more popular in interior design in both residential and commercial projects.”

Gatsby’s scope of work is only limited by the imagination. Commercial clients offer vast possibilities. From floor-to-ceiling glass office walls to large-scale wine cellar doors, and jobs for restaurants, medical facilities, and more, glass is everywhere.

About Gatsby Glass

Gatsby Glass franchise

Gatsby Glass franchise owners don’t have expensive overhead such as inventory or elaborate showrooms. Instead, they use a digital tool that creates 3-D renderings and has a virtual showroom. Customers can pick out glass and hardware and can visualize the finished project. “Seeing a concept come to life on the screen gives that HGTV and Pinterest Board experience that customers love,” says franchise development manager Jacob Hanika. “It’s that wow factor that wins clients over.”

HorsePower Brands 

Gatsby Glass is part of the HorsePower Brands portfolio of complementary home services franchises. All HorsePower Brands franchises have in-demand services and simple business models. Other concepts in the HorsePower Brands portfolio include Mighty Dog Roofing, Blingle!, Groovy Hues Painting and Heroes Lawn Care.

Glass Manufacturing Industry

The glass manufacturing industry is valued at over $265 billion, according to Global Market Insights. The industry is expected to grow at 4.5% from 2023-2032.

For more information about the Gatsby Glass franchise, visit https://gatsbyglass.com/franchising/.

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Jill Abrahamsen’s career spans more than 25 years in editorial, design, and marketing roles. As the editorial director of IFPG, she serves as editor-in-chief of Franchise Consultant Magazine and FranchiseWire. Through both platforms, Jill helps franchisors spread the word about their brands and reports on the latest franchise news and trends. A skilled storyteller, Jill communicates franchisor’s messages through feature articles and franchisee interviews.

Jill is an accomplished writer, editor and graphic designer. Her extensive experience includes key roles with major consumer publications, including Boating, Popular Photography, and Design NJ magazines. As founding editor-in-chief of Franchise Dictionary magazine, Jill developed her passion and fascination for franchising which continues to grow in her role at IFPG.
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