The Coverall® Brand represents a better way to clean. As a Coverall Franchised Business Owner, you will be fully trained and certified in the Health-Based Cleaning System® Program and prepared to help your customers improve the cleanliness, health and wellness of their facilities. The Coverall® System is on a mission to make the world a cleaner, healthier place. Join us? Financing available; Initial customer base with all franchise packages; Excellent business development support services; Training and Professional Certification Programs. Coverall is recognized as a leading brand in the commercial cleaning industry. The Coverall® Program removes the maximum amount of dirt as quickly as possible, kills germs that can cause illness, and improves air quality. For over 28 years we’ve helped thousands of entrepreneurs build commercial cleaning franchised businesses by implementing our program. Are you ready to start your business today? This is a great time to look at the benefits of owning a commercial cleaning franchise and decide if it is right for you. According to the International Franchise Association, franchising provides nearly 18 million jobs in the United States, generating $2.1 trillion to the economy. Coverall is Recession Resilient: No matter what happens in the economy, facilities always need to be cleaned. Join a Growth Industry: According to IBIS World the janitorial services industry is in a “growth phase,“ and a key factor for success is being part of a franchise system. Be an Industry Leader: The Coverall Health-Based Cleaning System® Program sets a new standard for commercial cleaning, going beyond just cleaning for appearance to focus on reducing the spread of illness-causing germs in commercial facilities. Take the first step toward starting your own business today!
|Franchised as % of Total||100%||100%||100%|
Coverall offers entry level, mid-level, and executive level franchise packages, depending on your business and investment goals. The fee to purchase a Coverall franchise ranges from $9,120 to $30,643, depending on the volume of business desired by a franchise owner. Coverall also offers financing options that may cover the following items: Initial Franchise Fee, New Equipment, Additional Business & Apparel or other business supply purchases. Coverall provides the following range of investments required to open 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||$9,120||$30,643|
|Initial Equipment and Supply Package||$880||$1,557|
|Banking, Business License, Assumed Name Filings and Permits||$50||$350|
|Office Supplies and Equipment||$0||$100|
|Miscellaneous Pre-Opening Costs||$0||$200|
|Additional Funds (4 Months)||$314||$3,400|
|Total Initial Investment||$10,671||$37,841|
Coverall Franchise Owners pay ongoing royalty fees equal to 5% of Gross Monthly Dollar Volume and support fees equal to 10% of Gross Monthly Dollar volume.
Coverall offers the most advanced training program in the industry with a comprehensive classroom, online and a hands-on approach to training. Our Franchised Business Owners and their employees are trained and certified to become Health-Based Cleaning System® Professionals. The Coverall® Training Program also includes small business ownership education, strategies for growth and further professional certification programs that can help further your expertise as an independent franchised business owner. With a network of 90 Support Centers, Coverall Franchised Business Owners are part of a larger System that is available to provide valuable support and advice as needed. Additional benefits include billing and collections services and a Cash Flow Protection Program to help with day-to-day administrative responsibilities.
Coverall 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.