A strong economy has led to significant commercial real estate development throughout
the United States. Whether it’s a warehouse or a high-rise office building, that means dirty floors — and each of those sites is a natural client for a milliCare commercial floor cleaning franchise.
“We continue to see rising inventory in both urban and suburban areas, which means that there is growth opportunity in multiple markets,” says Bill Helton, Director of Franchise Development. “This is a very good time to get into this business.”
Because a milliCare commercial floor cleaning franchise can offer multiple services, such as carpet cleaning, grout and tile care, and performance coatings to enhance and protect surfaces, every bid and job is a chance to add to ticket totals.
“We are a well-rounded provider, and that means we can go in and bid on what the customer wants and then introduce them to our other offerings,” Helton explains. “And because we are always enhancing our equipment and products, even current clients can be reintroduced to a specific service that they passed on before.”
Many industries’ fortunes are tied to the economy, and commercial real estate is no different. But once a large office space or factory is built, it will need cleaning in boom times and slower times.
“A milliCare commercial floor cleaning franchise owner will feel the effects of a slow economy but also will have a stable book of business even when things are slow,” Helton says. “That is one of the many benefits of this business, and it’s why we are ramping up across the United States during this current strong expansion.”
Ranked 206 in Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500 list in 2017, milliCare Floor & Textile Care franchise is a business-to-business floor and textile maintenance company, with 70 locations in 29 states and six countries. Our parent company, Milliken & Co., holds more than 7,000 patents in flooring, textiles and floor cleaning — experience and tools milliCare leverages as we carve out a niche in the floor cleaning industry. Startup costs start as low as $106,000 to $150,000, making the potential for high returns remarkable.