The Brothers want someone who is looking to learn. You don’t have to know the installation process of a gutter system or the best business practices, you just need to be a candidate who believes in our model and practices. Our ideal candidate is someone who is passionate and hungry in investing in the business…
Watch the interview we did with the Internicola Law Firm about our franchise and click the link at the end. Answer the questions pertaining to the video and click “Send Me The Package”. When you receive the package in the mail, complete it and send it back to us. If we like what we receive…
Yes. We will always be there and continue to give you the help and resources you need. As long as you follow the business plan you shouldn’t need much help other than what we will always be giving you. (Marketing, Call Center, etc.)
Definitely not. We will give you all the training you’ll need to know the ins and outs of the gutter trade.
We consider all qualified candidates. Not being a college graduate will not discredit you from becoming a franchisee. It depends on you and how invested you are in learning to become a successful business professional.
Our business plan puts you on a path to figure that out for yourself. It all depends on your effort in investing yourself in the business and following the best practices. The more committed you are to your business the more you will get out of it.
Determining a qualified territory is completed through several qualifying metrics. Our goal is to have 250,000-450,000 owner-occupied dwellings. This typically is accomplished in a 50 mile radius or less and a total population of 800,000. The other metrics we look for are homeowners over the age of 35 with incomes of $60,000 or more.
If I have some ideas for business practices that differ from the plan provided for me, am I allowed to implement them on my own?
We have molded and shaped our business practices since 1999 and firmly believe in the developed methods, plans and practices. That doesn’t mean we are not open to hearing new ideas. If you have an idea for a way we can improve our plan, we are happy to discuss it.
The Brothers are Ken and Ryan Parsons, a former teacher and graphic designer turned family business owners. Ken started the business in 1999 and Ryan became a partner in 2003.
Overflowing water after a storm is the biggest sign that your gutters may have a clog. There may also be visible and overflowing debris. It is recommended that you get your gutters cleaned at least twice a year, specifically once in the spring and once in the fall.