Remodeling Franchise’s Unit-Store Sales Earnings Outpace Industry Growth

With residential remodeling expecting to continue it’s tremendous growth through 2020, average unit store sales at DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen are trending upward at a significantly faster pace than the industry as a whole.

More than triple the industry growth for that matter. DreamMaker franchises have grown more than 92% over the past five years, while the remodeling industry as a whole grew 28%, according to the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies.

In 2016, average DreamMaker franchisee sales grew 14.2%, marking five straight years of sales growth. Among the reasons, Dwyer says, is that franchisees can take advantage of group purchasing; marketing tools and materials that help franchisees reach more potential clients; and business coaching to help improve every aspect of the business.

“Our franchise systems and support set franchisees up to scale up quicker than independent remodelers, and our recent growth numbers bear that out,” says company President & Chief Stewarding Officer Doug Dwyer. “Our average sales are more than three times overall remodeling industry growth over the past five years.”

The continued growth reflects the company’s dedication to quality, as is reflected in a number of major national awards. Over the past 3 years, DreamMaker franchises have won 13 Guildmaster awards from GuildQuality, an independent customer satisfaction surveying company focused on the remodeling, homebuilding and home improvement industries.

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