World’s largest bathroom remodeling franchise speaks of opportunities for women on hit morning cable show
The popular morning news show Fox & Friends invited Re-Bath President Marty Rasmussen to take part in the show’s celebration of National Remodeling Month.
During the segment, which also featured other remodeling companies, Marty immediately stood out to the segment hosts, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Cheryl Casone, who were pleasantly surprised that Re-Bath is actively seeking women to franchise with our iconic brand or join existing teams as design consultants.
“You’re looking for women to help design bathrooms? You’re saying men cannot design bathrooms?” Cheryl facetiously asked Marty.
“I’m not saying that, exactly,” Marty deadpanned before laying out his reasoning why the bathroom remodeling industry needs the female perspective if it is going to give customers what they desire. “Unfortunately, the remodeling industry has really been dominated by men. We like to hire women, primarily as design consultants, to meet our customers needs and help them design the bathrooms of their dreams.”
We’re committed to innovation
As the world’s largest bathroom franchise, the Re-Bath brand has been committed to innovation since we took the bathroom remodeling industry by storm with the introduction of our famous bathtub liners in 1979.
That commitment continues to this day — not only in our innovative product offering, which now makes Re-Bath the only brand capable of dominating the middle and upper-middle class market, but in our commitment to changing the remodeling landscape to be more inclusive of the female perspective.
“Re-Bath is a very strong brand,” says Lori Lund, President of the Re-Bath full bathroom remodeling franchise location in Phoenix, Arizona. “And this is a … high-revenue business. One of the best things the Re-Bath opportunity can offer is the close, bonded network of other franchisees in the system. We are constantly sharing with each other our best practices and new ways of doing things. It’s a very tight-knit community.”
A promising bathroom remodeling franchise
Re-Bath bathroom remodeling franchise owners fare far better than general contractors in terms of earning potential. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average general contractor brings in about $93,000 a year in revenues. The average Re-Bath franchisee brings in about $1.78 million annually in gross sales.
The fact that Re-Bath was featured on Fox & Friends is a testament to how ingrained our brand has become in the popular imagination. We’ve remodeled millions of bathrooms since our founding in 1979, and we’ve continued to stay well ahead of both market trends and our competition. Our earned reputation as the industry leader comes with the added benefit of consistently outperforming the small-time contractors our bathroom remodeling franchise owners compete against.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average general contractor brings in about $93,000 a year in revenues. According to our Franchise Disclosure Documents, the average Re-Bath franchisee brings in about $1.78 million annually in gross sales.
“We’ve been able to put systems in place to help our franchisees provide a uniform level of quality of service, and that has been critical to the success of our brand,” Marty says. “The reason that our franchisees average $1.78 million in annual gross sales is because when they buy a bathroom remodeling franchise, we teach them how to run and grow the business. We have comprehensive training platforms, which go over in detail nearly every aspect of being a Re-Bath franchise owner — from hiring to training their employees to correctly and efficiently installing our products.”
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