Annual net profits of £100,000+ are being achieved right now. So you can rest assured that, if you work hard, you'll earn a substantial income.
But what brings you to this site today? Is it just about the money, or are there other factors important to you? Do you want to:
And you DON'T NEED any kitchen industry experience or practical skills.
With 90+ showrooms across the country, and over 80,000 projects completed to date, Dream Doors is the UK's largest and most successful Kitchen Renovation Business.
Average annual sales from a franchised showroom is now £600,000+. With your commitment and determination, and their proven business model, you can achieve MORE THAN £1MILLION in yearly turnover and earn a healthy six-figure income.
Dream Doors has built a reputation for ethical trading, integrity and award-winning support. With 44 industry award nominations and 15 trophy wins including:
Brand turnover has more than trebled in the previous five years with like-for-like sales increasing annually as well. Last year Dream Doors saw some stellar individual monthly performances:
|£121,016 by Woking & Guildford in January||£93,983 by Wakefield in May|
|£137,907 by Norwich in February||£130,078 by Oxford in May|
|£128,879 by Cambridge in February||£139,078 by Poole in July|
|£114,310 by North Wiltshire in March||
£126,880 by Southampton in August
|£101,342 by Newbury in March||
£101,374 by Belfast in September
|£100,778 by Rutland in April||£113,990 by Salisbury in October|
Top of the tree last year were Clive and Angela of Dream Doors Poole who sold £1,341,859 – their fifth £1million+ year in succession.
Like the rest of the Dream Doors network, the owners of the Poole branch are constantly improving, striving for the best in customer sales and feedback.
Clive and Angela, who’ve won the “highest turnover” award at the last two Dream Doors Annual Conferences, look set for a hat-trick of victories, even though several other Dream Doors franchisees are snapping at their heels
Kitchen facelift is popular with customers for three key reasons:
1. It saves money – typically half the price of an average kitchen
2. It saves time – it can be fitted in just a day or two
3. It saves upheaval – which means much less mess in the home
And with 80% of jobs bought by people in their 60s or older, Dream Doors has a core customer base that is growing, that is less affected by any economic uncertainty and has disposable income to spend.
Dream Doors help you find the perfect kitchen installation team who, typically, will work for you on a sub-contracted basis. That means you can focus on what you do best – meeting customers and running your business.
Helen Mahon, who owns the Norfolk franchise with husband, Philip, has just signed up for a third term of their franchise.
Says Helen: “I'd never done anything like this before. Running a business, selling and working in the kitchen industry were all very new to me. Yes it was a steep learning curve, but it was also an exciting challenge. And it was definitely the right career move; I’d never felt so excited, enthusiastic or inspired by work before!”
Helen & Philip sell more than £600,000 a year from their Norwich-based showroom.
Dream Doors' award winning training is vital to your success as a Dream Doors Franchisee. You'll receive a 13 week induction programme, covering all aspects of running a successful Kitchen Renovation Business, including:
You'll also have regular – and ongoing – visits from one of their six in-territory support managers, all experienced in kitchens, sales, training and business coaching.
Lak Deol, of Dream Doors Reading & Wokingham, said: "It was the best training I've ever been on. The Business Development Managers couldn't be more helpful. Everything has gone at the timescale presented to us; it's been such a positive start!”
Working from home to begin with (just while you learn the ropes), you'll be managing your own Dream Doors showroom within six months. And, since their success is directly related to yours, everything they do is geared up to getting you selling and making money as quickly as possible!
Dream Doors only gets paid when you make a sale, through management services fees based on franchisees' turnover. These fees are reduced once annual targets are met, so that the more you sell, the less you pay.
“Since joining Dream Doors I've never looked back. I'm in charge of my career and, at last, I'm able to balance my work and my life! I'd recommend a franchise to anyone else who wants to build something for the future." Craig Allen – Dream Doors Wealden.
Are you serious about running your own Kitchen Renovation Business?
Do you want to be part of a brand that is the biggest name in its sector, and benefit from award-winning training and support?
Do you want to earn a six-figure income (some franchise owners have achieved that by year two, lots of others by year three)?
If you are motivated, resilient and comfortable in a managerial role – and you have liquid capital of at least £35,000 to kick start your new business – then the Dream Doors team would love to hear from you today.
Dream Doors occasionally has resale opportunities available, please contact the company today for more information.
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.Paul Reeder
The training and support has been fantastic and has really reinforced the fact that we made the right decision. The initial training was really helpful and there have been plenty of visits from the Franchise Support Manager to keep us on the right path.Helen Mahon
If you want to work for yourself and have more flexibility, I would recommend a Dream Doors franchise. Also it’s good to know that you can run your own business, but still have the back up of a national company.Matt Jones
By replacing the doors, and usually the work-surfaces and sink, a kitchen can be transformed in 2 days
The kitchen industry is booming and, as an alternative to standard kitchen companies, Dream Doors offer our customers a solution that saves time, money and hassle