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About National Water Surveying
When Christine and Ervin Kraemer's domestic well went dry, the couple spent nearly a year researching how they could locate groundwater before drilling a new well. They founded NorthWest Aquifer in 2001 based on the technology they discovered for that purpose. The company started franchising the next year.
Franchisees use electro-seismic technology to locate and map groundwater for a range of clients, including home owners, developers, engineering firms, and utilities suppliers
Initial Franchise Fee
Ongoing Royalty Fee
National Water Surveying has relationships with third-party sources which offer financing to cover the following: franchise fee, startup costs, equipment, inventory, accounts receivable, payroll
Operations & Franchisor Support
Training at headquarters: 2 weeks
Additional Training: Continued corporate support
Absentee Ownership Allowed
Number of employees required to run: 1
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Updated: June 19th, 2014Reprints & Licensing
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