Dream Doors Franchise

Design teacher quits profession to take on kitchen makeover franchise

26th September 2016

Matt Jones, the new owner of Dream Doors Truro, worked as a design technology teacher for 12 years before taking on a franchise.

Matt Jones, the new owner of Dream Doors Truro, worked as a design technology teacher for 12 years before taking on a franchise.

Dream Doors - Matt JonesMatt had spent some time searching for a business for sale in the west country, but was struggling to find an opportunity that excited him. Then he stumbled across an existing Dream Doors franchise for sale in Truro and, after researching the kitchen makeover brand in depth, he felt confident the business could meet both his financial and personal goals.

Matt says:
"I wanted to be my own boss and have control over how I work and the money I earn.  Dream Doors ticked all the boxes. I have my freedom now, but what's also nice is I’m using some of my old skills as a design technology teacher to help customers design their dream kitchens."

Matt admits that quitting full-time employment was quite a risk. He had a young family to support and would be leaving the security of a regular pay packet. What’s more, jumping head first into a business that was already trading - and in an industry in which he’d had no previous experience - left little room for error. But Matt had seen what other Dream Doors franchisees had achieved and, reassured by the brand’s success and it’s reputation in the franchise industry, he felt the potential rewards far outweighed the risk. Nine months on and those rewards are no longer potential - they’re real.

As Matt explains, he is more than pleased with his decision to join:
"Dream Doors is the best thing I have ever done!  Sure it can be hard work sometimes, but it’s definitely worth it for what I get out of it. The training provided was top-notch too; I always knew what I had to do and how to act, but I learnt so much during that period that is bound to help me way into the future."

Matt’s final words are for anybody else thinking seriously about buying a franchise:
"Listen to all the advice you’re given; you don’t know everything and that’s okay. You buy a franchise to learn from other people’s experiences, so just listen to the professionals and embrace change as that’s how you become a success."

Dream Doors is the UK's largest kitchen facelift retailer with more than 70 franchised showrooms nationwide.

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BFA Membership Status
UK Years Established
13 years
Current UK Coverage
Franchisee Support Staff
Personal Investment Req.
£30,000 approx
Total Startup Cost
£75,000 approx
'Territory management' business location 'Territory management' business location
Business to consumer services Business to consumer services
Franchisee employs and manages staff Franchisee employs and manages staff

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By replacing the doors, and usually the work-surfaces and sink, a kitchen can be transformed in 2 days

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Everything about the franchise works as it is written in the manual and, in your early days, this is important while you learn the business

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