Bar-B-Clean Launches Franchise Program Targeting Entrepreneurs Across The Nation

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Barbecue grill cleaning service accelerates growth plans; now offering franchise opportunities nationwide

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Bar-B-Clean offers training as well as continuous support to provide our owner-operators with an ideal opportunity.

Just in time for the spring, Bar-B-Clean, a franchised barbecue grill cleaning service, unveiled a new growth initiative today.

Building on momentum from last year’s growth, Bar-B-Clean’s 2016 expansion plans call for an additional 20 to 25 locations. Immediate franchise opportunities are available, as the brand seeks dedicated owner-operators across the nation.

Bar-B-Clean offers residential and commercial customers a convenient, low-cost grill-cleaning solution. There are currently 20 Bar-B-Clean locations spread across seven states: Arizona, California, Florida, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas.

“We are excited to continue growing as a company and letting the public know that this type of service exists,” said CEO and founder Bryan Weinstein. “We are a unique concept and cater to people looking for a clean and healthy barbecue experience.”

The service includes a deep cleaning of the interior and exterior of the grill, as well as a thorough inspection of the burner and ignition systems. They remove harmful carcinogens and food particles that are transferred to your food and eliminate germs to keep your family healthy. Bar-B-Clean deters cockroaches, mice, and other pests that live and snack inside grills.

There is a strong demand for barbecue grill cleaning services in the United States yet little to no regional or national systems servicing this huge market. With minimal competition, this unique concept has a low cost and no need for a truck or trailer.

Bar-B-Clean uses biodegradable, non-toxic cleaning products and a large target audience. Not only do homeowners have barbecue grills, but so do office buildings, homeowners associations, hotels, timeshares, apartment communities, and state parks, which makes every grill owner a potential customer.

“The Bar-B-Clean franchise is innovative and caters to a vast majority of professionals. We have structured it with simplicity in mind for current and aspiring entrepreneurs and find that it is a great business model for military veterans, home service providers like landscapers and pool maintenance professionals, as well as firefighters,” Weinstein added. “Bar-B-Clean offers training as well as continuous support to provide our owner-operators with an ideal opportunity.”

Bar-B-Clean’s franchise fee is $19,500, and the total investment to own and operate an exclusive territory -- around 100,000 households -- is between $19,500-$25,000. This fee typically includes travel to training, equipment, insurance, along with ongoing marketing support. Both multi- and single-unit territories are currently available. The franchise fee for all additional territories after the first opened is $14,625.

Plus, as a veteran friendly concept, Bar-B-Clean offers a 30 percent discount off the franchise fee for qualified military veterans.

For more details about the franchise opportunity, visit bar-b-cleanfranchise.com or call (818) 470-6350.

About Bar-B-Clean

Bar-B-Clean is a barbeque cleaning service to help maximize the life of grills by using biodegradable, non-toxic cleaning products to remove the carcinogenic chemicals that are left behind and can transfer onto your food. Bar-B-Clean has developed a steam cleaning system that uses steam cleaners to pump out 310 degree steam vapor at 75 psi.

Launched in 2011 and franchising since 2013, Bar-B-Clean has since grown to 20 locations spread across seven states: Arizona, California, Florida, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. The franchise brand is currently on a mission to uncork culture nationwide with a targeted franchise program. To inquire about available opportunities, visit http://www.bar-b-cleanfranchise.com or email at Bryan@bar-b-clean.com or call (818) 470-6350.

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