You don’t have to be Bob Villa to succeed as a kitchen remodeling franchise owner. Having an eye for interior design is just as critical as carpentry skill — maybe more.
Some may think a Bob Villa-type tool wrangler is the type of person best suited to buy a franchise devoted to the kitchen remodeling business. But interior designers — who bring the right of vision and people skills to make a franchise bustle — can also enjoy a lot of success.
Kitchen Solvers franchisees begin the process as consultants and then, by working with the desires and the budget constraints of customers, help them achieve the dreams that made them ponder kitchen remodeling in the first place.
It’s a perfect spot for interior design professionals, because often homeowners have an idea of what they want, but don’t really know how to make it happen. They need a guide. Most people remodel their kitchens once or perhaps twice in a lifetime.
Once they’ve made the momentous decision to embark on a remodel, and inspired by DIY shows on television, many homeowners venture into big box stores and look at cabinets and hardware. They become lost in the confusing sea of options and then realize that even if they can navigate their way through, they don’t have the skills to execute.
That can lead customers to a contractor who comes in with gut-the-kitchen, complete redo plans. That can be a budget-buster for a lot of folks.
But there’s another top option in the kitchen remodeling business: The Kitchen Solvers way, which begins by listening.
And this is where interior designers can shine by using their talents to go into the customers’ homes, listen to their hopes, look at what there is to work with and then become the guide through the remodel that will change the home for the better.
It could be that what is needed is refacing existing cabinets. Perhaps it’s time to add to the storage space by blending new cabinetry with what’s already there. Or maybe it really is time to start anew. All can be accomplished the Kitchen Solvers way.
An interior designer can be the trusted consultant customers need to bring new life into the heart of their homes.
And after the interior designer gets things plotted out, he or she can hire some of those old Bob Villa-types with their drills and hammers.
If you’d like to learn more about Kitchen Solvers, including how we support our franchisees, visit www.kitchensolversfranchise.com, read our research pages and check out our blog for Q&As with franchisees. There is also a form you can fill out to download a free franchise information report and start a conversation. We look forward to hearing from you!Back