An Exclusive Bath and Kitchen Interior Remodeling Franchise
Every year, Americans spend billions of dollars remodeling their homes, creating huge demand for the services that DreamMaker® Bath and Kitchen owners provide. With strong systems and support, cost-reducing vendor partnerships and rising average sales, our remodeling franchise may be the right opportunity for you to start your own business, or accelerate the growth of your existing one.
At its core, the DreamMaker opportunity is a faith-based remodeling franchise that helps entrepreneurs and remodelers earn strong financial numbers while having a focus on improving their quality of life. DreamMaker’s business practices are guided by biblical principles of service, respect and integrity — and are key to our success.
DreamMaker® Bath and Kitchen is a full-service interior home improvement franchise that helps remodelers improve both their profit margins and their quality of life.
Our systems and support help franchise owners win more customers through effective marketing and sales techniques, not to mention superior service that leads to positive word-of-mouth that builds and grows the business.
Top reasons to join DreamMaker
- Brand Position: Strong Margins, Quality of Life. Mature, time-tested business model to help remodelers achieve strong margins.
- Code of Values: Value System that integral to how we operate our business: above the line.
- Proprietary Technology Platform for Remodelers
- Dedicated Franchise Coach for every franchisee.
- Customized Marketing Plans and Support
Helping remodeling franchise owners achieve higher margins
The home improvement industry is a competitive market, and remodelers need ways to stand out with clients without squeezing their margins too tightly. With a DreamMaker franchise, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. We have a number of benefits to help you increase your margins while providing higher-quality service to clients:
- Vendor relationships
- Financial and pricing systems
- Group buying power
- Marketing tools
- Business coaching and fellowship to help you improve all aspects of your business
- Sales training that helps you maintain healthy margins by educating customers that “lowest price” doesn’t equal “best value”
Our franchisees and their teams have put those benefits to use and fueled tremendous growth, with average annual sales increasing more than 80% since 2011. That’s more than twice the growth of the industry in that same time.
Who makes a great DreamMaker franchisee?
We look for seven qualities in potential DreamMaker franchise owners. These are Drive, Heart, Focus, Coach-ability, Willingness to Follow Systems, Values and Support (at home).
- Drive. You must be motivated to succeed.
- Heart. We seek people who prioritize people first and profits second and understand that you need both to succeed.
- Focus. It’s important to set goals and use benchmarks to succeed.
- Coach-Ability. Entrepreneurship is key to success, but at the same time, it’s important to step back, absorb and implement the lessons DreamMaker already has learned.
- Smart and Willingness to follow systems. DreamMaker’s systems have been honed for decades to help you achieve. There is no need to reinvent the wheel — it only delays success.
- Values. We look for people who are attracted to our Code of Values™ because it matches their own values.
- Support at home. We have learned you need support at home to be successful in business.
Leaders in the remodeling industry
DreamMaker is a leader within the remodeling industry and is actively involved in the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). Over the past three years, 13 of our franchises have received Guildmaster awards from GuildQuality, an independent customer satisfaction surveying company focused on the remodeling, homebuilding and home improvement industries. We have a 96% recommendation rate from current customers, very positive reviews from current franchisees on Franchise Business Review and over 80% unit store sales growth since 2011 according to our 2018 FDD.
A Rich Heritage in Franchising
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen has a rich heritage in home remodeling franchising. It started out as part of The Dwyer Group, which has decades of experience helping plumbers, electricians, landscapers and others build successful franchise businesses.
In 2003, Doug Dwyer purchased DreamMaker as a separate entity. He retains close family ties to some of the leadership of The Dwyer Group and benefits from the deep franchising history that was established by his father, the late Don Dwyer Sr., a visionary businessman. His father also started the International Franchise Association’s VetFran program, which offers discounts to make franchise ownership more affordable for veterans.
Are you ready to join a legacy with a respected industry leader?
“Since partnering with DreamMaker, I’ve definitely been blessed with the growth of a very successful business. As far as work-life balance goes, that’s been re-established from something I didn’t have in the corporate world. We’ve definitely taken more family vacations than I did when I was in the corporate world. “
“DreamMaker offers unlimited upside, the ability to be your own boss, the ability to build a company. You could say that of some other franchises, too, but this concept, versus others, offers much more satisfaction — you’re not just making pizzas or sending packages. This is about more than just making money. There is a lot of gratification in seeing the results of your work. It is a business based on biblical principles. You start to see the heart of Doug (Dwyer, DreamMaker president) and see that he is different. For him, it’s not about money, per se. No question, he is a hard negotiator trying to make a profit, but not at the expense of others. He has integrity. The other thing I appreciate is the strength of the other franchisees. You just see really, really good people morally who are doing their best and working to get better, and who are willing to share ideas and help you out. It’s a real family atmosphere. From a business standpoint, if you are willing to plug in, that means that instead of coming up with 10 marketing schemes, I can talk to two or three guys and find out what has worked for them and what they would do differently if they had a chance to start over. That sharing, to me, is the strength of the whole organization.”
“When I was considering DreamMaker, I talked to a lot of their franchisees. Most of them had very similar backgrounds: They had a family business, or their parents had started it, and suddenly they decided to join a franchise. And my question was simple: Why do that? Why give some of your money away? One of the franchises I spoke to, he and his wife had won a number of design awards over the years and I asked them, ‘Why are you doing this?’ They were very forthcoming with information, and what the benefits were. And that was true of everyone I called.”