Window Genie franchisees earn more revenue when they ‘clean windows and a whole lot more’
Rolland Williams of Franklin, Tenn., has gotten a lot of business for his Window Genie franchise by saying, “Yep, we can do that.”
“For example,” he says, “some guy called and said, ‘Do you guys clean canvas awnings?’ I had never cleaned canvas awnings before, but I said, ‘Yep, we can do it,’ and we did it. It was less than $100, but he also had us clean his windows, pressure wash his driveway, seal his driveway and clean and pressure wash his fence. That $79 job turned into a $1,700 job.”
Window Genie is, at its heart, is a residential window cleaning business, but we knew early on that offering a variety of home preservation and maintenance services was the way to go. As Rolland found out when he started his franchise in 2013, when you do a great job for a customer, they frequently ask for quotes on all those other little things that need doing around the house.