The Magicman UK Franchise has developed innovative techniques over 20 years to enable franchisees to restore, reinstate and re-surface damaged surfaces. Due to high demand this business is focusing on expansion of this well established Surface Repair Business.
The Magicman UK Franchise could be the business you are looking for if you are seeking job satisfaction and potential earnings of £50,000. This is a business that is already a market leader with demand that continues to thrive.
Magicman has developed innovative techniques over 20 years to enable franchisees to restore, reinstate and re-surface damaged surfaces such as wood, laminate, uPVC, metal, ceramic, stone and even glass, achieving an exceptionally high standard of repair. Damage such as cracks, scratches, chips and dents are virtually impossible to detect following the Magicman treatment. As if by magic! Magicman is the UK's expert at repairing and renewing hard surfaces of all types.
Running your own Surface Repair Business, you can provide a service to customers which will offer them substantial savings in restoring and repairing damaged services compared to the cost of replacement.
Companies and householders are under increasing pressure to reduce costs and so demand for the cost efficient repair solutions provided by Magicman is growing. Magicman's ability to repair damaged surfaces is compelling when compared to the cost and inconvenience of replacement.
Magicman started in 1993. The business has established a large base of national customers in the transportation, construction, hospitality and insurance sectors. Magicman is a well-established business and has grown to become the UK’s leading damage repair service. Due to the high demand the business has introduced a franchise and is focusing expansion on building a network of franchisees to complement its existing team of technicians.
Depending on your circumstances you will usually be able to borrow 60% of the sum. The total investment is £24,500 plus VAT. Magicman will help you build your business, which should produce a turnover in excess of £80,000 per annum.