ServiceMaster Clean is part of the ServiceMaster family of companies and is an expert in residential and commercial cleaning and disaster restoration. With over 60 years of franchise experience, ServiceMaster Clean can teach franchisees how to successfully run a business with the knowledge, support, and resources of the ServiceMaster Clean family. With an annual revenue of almost $4 billion, the ServiceMaster family is a stable and profitable investment for any franchisee.
|Franchised as % of Total||100%||100%||100%|
The initial fee for a ServiceMaster Clean franchise varies depending on the type of services your franchise will offer. There are different categories of service such as disaster restoration services, floor care services, and janitorial services. ServiceMaster Clean provides the following range of investments required for your initial franchise. The range assumes that all items are paid for in cash. To the extent that you choose to finance any of these expense items, your front-end investment could be substantially reduced.
|Item||Established Low Range||Established High Range|
|Initial Franchise Fee||$24,900||$67,000|
|Expenses While Training||$600||$1,000|
|Computer Hardware and Software||$6,500||$7,000|
|High Speed Internet Connection||$150||$300|
|Advertising (3 months)||$1,200||$6,400|
|Misc. Opening Costs||$1,000||$7,200|
|Additional Funds (3 months)||$12,000||$18,500|
There is a monthly royalty fee that ranges from 4-10% of gross service sales. There is also a national advertising fee fund equal to the greater of $20 or 1% of gross service sales.
The training program varies depending on what type of franchise service you are opening. For example, Disaster Restoration training consists of roughly 212 hours - 34 hours of on-the job training, 30-50 hours of self-study, and 128 hours of classroom training.
ServiceMaster Clean does not grant exclusive territories.
Note: The tables and information regarding the number of operating units, investment required, on-going expenses, training and territory grants were taken from the company’s 2012 FDD. The 2012 write-ups will be incorporated into the 2013 Edition of the Bond’s Top 100 Franchises publication.