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Building Maintenance franchises in the UK

Showing 21-25 of 25 Building Maintenance franchises

Concept Claim Solutions

Concept Claim Solutions

Run a professional, time flexible and lucrative professional services business from home with Concept Claim Solutions.


Servicing just 4% of the homes in your territory, you could build a lucrative lawn care business with a fleet of up to 10 liveried vehicles. Min. Investment: £8,400
Kerb Appeal

Kerb Appeal

This van based business model offers a mix of exterior care and cleaning for domestic and commercial properties. Min. Investment: £14,995
Metro Rod

Metro Rod

A drainage business operating a 24 hour-a-day, 365 day-a-year quality service serving commercial, industrial, utility and domestic markets. Min. Investment: £40,000
MCS Cleaning Services

MCS Cleaning Services

Be your own boss and run your own life by becoming an MCS franchise partner, with our proven operation and business model. Min. Investment: £14,995
Aspray Property Services

Aspray Property Services

An award winning service provider. Stepping in when disaster strikes, specialising in project managing both insurance claims & repairs. Min. Investment: £37,500

Franchise Spotlight: Building Maintenance

Take a look at the opportunities available in the building maintenance industry.

Whether it’s repairing dripping taps, unblocking drains or mowing the lawn, building maintenance franchises do the jobs growing numbers of people lack the time, skills, physical health or even inclination to do themselves.

Sector overview

  • Typical services include drainage, plumbing, lawn care, property repair and care and chimney sweeping
  • Serve domestic or commercial markets – and often both
  • Growth propelled by time-poor, ageing population and DIY-averse millennials
  • Van-based, but as a franchisee, you typically recruit, manage and coordinate your fleet rather than going out on the road yourself
  • As service franchises they require no stock, lowering investment level and overheads and increasing margins

The multibillion-pound handyman sector is flourishing thanks to several trends.

First, there’s a generational decline in DIY skills. Second, an ageing population means growing numbers of people lack the strength and mobility to perform many home maintenance tasks themselves.

Third, long working hours and the growth in two-income families generates business from busy professionals and exhausted parents.

Then there are those who would simply rather pay someone to unblock their drains or mow their lawns to preserve their precious leisure time.

But it’s not just about saving customers from menial, physically demanding tasks. Many jobs, like plumbing, often demand professional skills. And anyone can mow a lawn of course, but lawn care franchises also provide treatments like scarifying, aerating and weed and feeds.

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