Business Type: Franchise
Startup Costs: $108,800 - $289,000
Glass Doctor® is the largest fully franchised residential, business, and auto-glass franchise company in North America and combines all the benefits of a local business with the strength of a 50-year-old national brand name. In 2012, Entrepreneur magazine ranked Glass Doctor #1 in the Franchise 500 home-service category. For over 30 years, Glass Doctor has been working with entrepreneurs and existing auto glass and collision center business owners to build sustainable businesses with diversified profit centers. As a Glass Doctor franchisee, you will be equipped with marketing and operations support, our World Class Frontline Service System to give your customers the best possible experience, vendor rebates and incentives, and training in our Code of ValuesTM to keep your business focused on what matters most. Your business will benefit from the brand recognition and consumer loyalty that comes with being part of an industry leader.
Established in 1962 with one shop in Seattle, WA, today Glass Doctor offers complete glass repair, replacement and services to the residential, automotive, and commercial markets. Glass Doctor began franchising in 1977 and joined The Dwyer Group, Inc., an international franchisor of home service companies, in 1998. Now there are more than 175 Glass Doctor franchise owners across the US and Canada. New franchisees are trained at the nation's only full-service glass training facility, Glass Doctor University, at the company headquarters in Waco, Texas.
- Network of over 175 franchisees worldwide
- Personalized business coaching
- Expert support for marketing and business operations
- Recession-resistant business model
- Tested systems for automated operations
- Succession planning
- Vendor rebates and incentives
- Special discounts available for Veterans and Public Servants
“The Glass Doctor system gave me a framework so that I knew our customers would be taken care of. I could focus on working on the business not in the business.” -Tom Ashley, Glass Doctor of Okaloosa