An industry leader in truck bed protection, Line-X offers a specially formulated polymer product that permanently bonds to truck beds, protecting them from Mother Nature’s impact. But beyond truck bed surface protection, Line-X also offers other types of protective surface products, for truck covers, rocker panels, fenders, bumpers, and much more. As one of the nation’s leading providers of spray-on protective coatings, Line-X provides products for commercial, industrial, agricultural, military and custom applications.
Full Franchise Information
The demand for Line-X protective coatings is rapidly expanding in the United States, so much that the company needs franchise dealers to cover the growing demand. Prime territories are available for Line-X dealers and the opportunity is ripe for entrepreneurs who want to serve their communities with a great product. Line-X is dedicated to its franchise dealers and provides training, technical and product support in all aspects of the industry. Two options are available for potential franchisees: either starting a new franchise in an existing territory; or buying an existing franchise. Starting a Line-X franchise is an exceptional way to launch into a multi-billion dollar industry.
Line-X Franchise Opportunities – History
Line-X is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, and serves clients directly and through a network of more than 550 corporate-trained affiliate locations across the United States, and in Canada, Mexico, Asia, Central and South American, and Europe.
Line-X Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / Income
The franchise fee for Line-X is $30,000. The total investment to become a Line-X franchise dealer ranges from $126,750 to $266,500, with liquid cash available of $25,000 and a net worth of $150,000. Terms of Franchise Agreements are 10 years, renewable.
Line-X Business Opportunities: Other Information
Line-X has marked many firsts in the protective coating industry. It was the first nationwide spray-on truck bed liner and protective coating franchising company, recognized widely in media. Line-X was also the first company to develop a bomb blast coating, for military use, a product recognized by Popular Mechanics, on TV’s 60 Minutes and other media. And Line-X was the first company to apply a non-skid pure polyurea onboard a U.S. Navy submarine.