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MouldDoctor Franchise

MouldDoctor franchise provides permanent mould eradication treatments to the interior and exterior of buildings.

There are 27.8 million households in the UK which means an almost inexhaustible number of potential treatment jobs for MouldDoctor. Mould is not dependent on the appearance of a home and however nice a property may appear from the outside, mould can be a hidden problem. It can attack the largest of grand country houses to back-to-back terraces, so the size of the market is huge.

Today, MouldDoctor leads the way as a service that homeowners, landlords, commercial property organisations and social housing providers can turn to and rely on.

This is a management opportunity. Whilst you may be hands on during the initial launch period and the initial building of the business, once your business grows you will move into a management role. You be responsible for marketing, sales, surveying, building relationships and networking with business partners within the sector; you will recruit a team to undertake the mould eradication work.

With a dedicated team, a sound infrastructure/development programmes and a proven business model, MouldDoctor has never been better placed to welcome you into our Franchise business. We have opportunities across all major cities in the UK.

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