From donuts to oil changes to video rentals, a major national franchise brand is associated with virtually every product and service out there â€“ except interior painting.
Now, Fresh Coat, with more than 50 locations throughout the United States and Canada, is rapidly filling the void in the interior painting industry, which was formerly dominated by mom-and-pop outfits.
Thanks in part to a housing market that has created an increased demand for the home service sector, Fresh Coat is experiencing growth as homeowners continue to seek affordable ways to freshen up their homes, either to sell or update for their own enjoyment. To augment the industryâ€™s rapid growth and high demand for professional, reliable interior painting services, Fresh Coat has launched aggressive expansion plans to increase its franchise system by 40 locations per year for the next five years.
â€œWhile most people know that painting the rooms of their home is a quick, simple and affordable way to get a significant return on investment for their house, what they donâ€™t typically realize is that interior painting also presents an incredible business opportunity,â€ said Ralph Martin, president of Fresh Coat. â€œMany entrepreneurs fail to connect the painting industry to big profits, but the opportunity to run a highly profitable business and have the desirable lifestyles of our Fresh Coat franchisees completely debunks that stereotype.â€
In a new development that proves its dynamic nature, Fresh Coat recently announced that it has added a commercial painting component to its franchise opportunity, rolling out a new service program specifically designed to provide businesses, schools, hospitals, restaurants and more a professional image throughout their work environment.
Logo from Fresh Coat.