DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen
At a Glance
Products & Services: Kitchen, bath and interior remodeling
Number of Locations: 34
Total Investment: $99.8K - $261.8K
Began Franchising: 1972
About DreamMaker Bath & KitchenIn 1987 Donald J. Dwyer Sr. purchased GNU Services Corp., a company that offered bathtub refinishing, repair and replacement. The company changed its name to Worldwide Refinishing Systems one year later and began doing full bathroom and kitchen remodeling. Then, under the direction of Dwyer's son Doug, the name changed to DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen by Worldwide.
DreamMaker franchisees offer their clients a variety of remodeling options for bathrooms and kitchens, including cabinet refacing or refinishing; tub reglazing; tile, flooring and fixture replacement; and painting.
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Startup Costs, Ongoing Fees and Financing
Franchise Fee: $37,000
Ongoing Royalty Fee: 6-3%
Term of Franchise Agreement: 10 years, renewable
Veteran Incentives: $5,000 off franchise fee
Financial RequirementsNet Worth: $100,000 - $250,000
Liquid Cash Available: $50,000 - $100,000
OperationsNumber of employees needed to run franchised unit: 4. Absentee ownership of franchise is allowed. (100% of current franchisees are owner/operators).
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