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Floorguard Franchise

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About Floorguard

Floorguard is the largest, and most respected and trusted garage floor coating company in the United States, and has been at the forefront of the seamless flooring industry for 25 years, augmenting its top-of-the-line flooring with a superior modular storage and organizational system. Floorguard floors stand the test of time. Years of development have resulted in the absolute best product available. And because Floorguard manufactures its own materials, the company is able to stand behind its product and provide superior customer service. With its superior flooring system, and its beautiful and flexible organizational system products, Floorguard is the ultimate one-stop shopping resource for complete garage transformations.

Full Franchise Information

Floorguard franchise dealers are hired by customers in their exclusive territories as the single source contractor for a complete transformation of their garage. There is a vast market of unmet demand by customers with the resources and desire to pay for Floorguard’s high level of service and convenience, and the quality and functionality of Floorguard products cannot be matched. Floorguard franchisees are able to tap into that growing market, with the assistance of the company’s advertising and marketing materials and support.

Floorguard Franchise Opportunities – History

Floorguard was founded in 1987, and began franchising immediately. The company is headquartered in Aurora, Illinois.

Floorguard Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / Floorguard Franchise Income

The total investment required to become a Floorguard franchise dealer ranges from $127,000 to $220,000. Financing is available through Floorguard corporation.

Floorguard Business Opportunities: Other Information

Floorguard’s concrete preparation is second to none. First, the process involves removing the top thin layers of the concrete substrate, to ensure there are no contaminants to interfere with the bond between the bond coat and the concrete substrate. The bond coat material penetrates deep into the concrete, creating a tight bond that will last for years. Floorguard then applies a heavy blanket of media to excess into the bond coat, creating a heavy, durable foundation. Once that has cured, Floorguard applies a CR Top Coat, a thick, chemical and UV resistant topcoat made to encapsulate the media, giving a rich, touch, beautiful finished floor.

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