Become a Concrete Craft Franchise Owner
You’ll be part of the nation’s largest decorative concrete franchise and use proprietary product blends to create one-of-a-kind surfaces for homes and businesses.
Become a part of something special when you join the Concrete Craft family. As the only national decorative concrete brand currently Franchising, you can get in on the ground floor of a multi-billion dollar industry on the cusp of exploding! Home design TV shows, designers and builders have brought stamped, resurfaced and stained concrete to a whole new consumer awareness level and it’s in demand among homeowners who want something custom and one-of-a-kind.
In 2014, Concrete Craft joined Home Franchise Concepts (HFC) as the third company in their portfolio of leading home service brands Budget Blinds® and Tailored Living® featuring PremierGarage®. HFC is known for its simplistic business models designed for fast ramp up, marketing savvy and “family-like” culture. The vision is for HFC companies to be the #1 brand in their respective home service categories!
As a Concrete Craft Franchise Owner, you lead a crew that does the dirty work while you run the business. You will consult with homeowners and businesses looking for expert advice, quality concrete flooring treatments, and superior customer service.
Why Concrete Craft Franchise Opportunity
- Our low entry and overhead costs make it easy to ramp up your business and keep the money you make.
- Construction/concrete experience isn’t necessary! We provide extensive training for you and your team.
- Our Franchise Owners love being able to connect with homeowners and businesses that want to make a big impression.
- Our business model lets you work from anywhere, including your home.
- With no national franchise competition, we’re the premier name in the decorative concrete space.
- You’re in an emerging niche market that is hot right now on major home improvement cable networks. Consumer demand is built in.
- 2 week initial classroom training period and ongoing support.
What’s it like to be a Franchise Owner?
Concrete Craft is the expert when it comes to stamped concrete, resurfaced concrete, and stained concrete. Our home and commercial services include:
- Pool Decks
- And more
A day in the life.
Meet Mike W. and his family. As a Concrete Craft Franchise Owner, Mike gets to spend more time with his family than when he was traveling for work with his corporate job. His workweek is now family-friendly, with no after hours, holidays, or emergency calls. He works from his home office and uses his sales and management skills to oversee his staff and market to new and existing customers. During the day, he checks in with his staff at worksites in his area, and then knocks off in time to be home for family time, dinner, and homework duty.
Who are our customers?
Any home or business is a potential customer. Your customers will be upper-income, do-it-for-me home owners who value the unique personalized products you create.
More than ever, people want their homes to reflect their personality and good taste, inside and out. They are willing to spend money to make their homes more beautiful, but in return, they want products that save them time and are built to last.
Commercial property owners have many of the same purchasing drivers. They want to maximize the value of their buildings while minimizing expenses and maintenance costs. Architects, interior designers, and homebuilders can be influencers and referral sources for this group.
“I’m five years into this and making more than I was in my previous job—obviously that was an improvement. My time is more flexible than it was in my previous job. I’m not going to lie—it was a lot of hard work just to get to this point. I’m not where I want to be yet, but Concrete Craft has really helped me grow as a person and as a businessman.”
“One reason I would recommend a Concrete Craft franchise is they have so many different products—you’re not relying on one specific scope of work for all of your business. You’ve got a lot of support. They’re always trying to find a way to make it easier on the Franchise Owners. Basically, any way they can help to produce revenue and business, they’re on it.”