Idaho Company Bare Metal Standard Launches Fractional Franchise in Kansas City

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Bare Metal Standard is set to launch its first fractional franchise in the Midwest. By teaching Fire Protection companies to expand their product offering to include hood and duct cleaning, Bare Metal Standard aims to help business owners increase their revenue by tapping into their existing customer base.

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A Bare Metal Standard Midwest service truck is in route to clean a kitchen exhaust system back to "bare metal" utilizing the company's proprietary technology.

In the Kansas City area there are businesses that provide fire protection and suppression services, however, we’ve come to understand that the essential service of hood and duct cleaning is vastly under-served in our market,

Boise, ID - February 06, 2012 ----- Bare Metal Standard is set to launch its first fractional franchise in the Midwest after a recent purchase by Kansas City entrepreneur, Mike Simmons. Originating in Boise, ID, Bare Metal Standard offers 49 years of experience in cleaning kitchen grease exhaust systems. The expansion of the franchise into the Midwest enables companies requiring the vital service of kitchen exhaust cleaning to choose a business that prides itself in its innovative “Bare Metal Standard.” This standard of a “clean” system ensures that all systems are returned to bare metal using a proprietary process so that no flammable grease residue exists inside an exhaust system – keeping every facility fire safe, guaranteed.

Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning is a regulated service performed quarterly in most commercial kitchens. This messy, yet required, property and life safety service is surprisingly unstandardized. Utilizing 49 years of local know-how, solid business experience and dedication to safety and quality, Bare Metal Standard aims to standardize the industry and expand its franchise nationally so that large regional and national customers can receive the same level of service from market to the next. Bare Metal Standard CEO James Bedal feels that the opening of Bare Metal Standard Midwest leads them closer to achieving this goal.

“Standardizing an industry can come from service rather than from legislation,” stated Bedal. “The sale of this franchise to Simmons, combined with our own franchises in Texas, Oklahoma Utah and Idaho, expands our coverage into the heart of this country. We are on our way to raising the standard of quality and service nation-wide.”

Bedal isn’t the only one passionate about bringing Bare Metal Standards to the Midwest. Manager of Bare Metal Standard Midwest, Greg Sippel, owned a construction company and also worked as a general contractor before deciding to take leadership of this new franchise. He said that it was Bare Metal Standards’ proprietary process and commitment to providing a level of service that others could not that drew him to the company. “Quality assurance and exceptional customer support is always our top priority. When I started doing research on Bare Metal Standard, I recognized that the company is absolutely passionate about raising the standard in our industry to make sure hoods and ducts are safe and clean,” Sippel said. “I saw that and knew this is a company that I want to be a part of.”

Bedal says that the recent franchise purchase demonstrates that it’s possible to take a good regional business concept and structure its processes and systems in order to teach others how to expand their business by leveraging their existing brand and business relationships. Sippel illustrated this point when he said, “I used to own a construction company and was a general contractor for a while. I was new to hood and duct cleaning, the training and support that Bare Metal Standard provides is amazing.“

Recognizing that starting a business from scratch is time consuming and overwhelming, Bare Metal Standard is a ready-to-go operation designed to fit tongue-in-groove with potential franchise owners’ management experience and existing customer base. “Bare Metal Standard not only provides the training, software and equipment required to expand a business, it provides the knowledge and support of industry experts that is essential to empowering franchise owners to be successful. From business management and bidding practices to cleaning and customer service, Bare Metal Standard gives business owners the tools to prosper,” Bedal said.

The kitchen exhaust cleaning industry is estimated to generate over one billion dollars annually in the United States. By teaching Fire Protection companies (and others) to expand their product offering to include hood and duct cleaning, the Bare Metal Standard fractional franchise aims to help business owners increase their revenue by tapping into their existing customer base. “In the Kansas City area there are businesses that provide fire protection and suppression services, however, we’ve come to understand that the essential service of hood and duct cleaning is vastly under-served in our market,” Sippel said.

For more information on The Bare Metal Standard and franchise opportunities, please contact James Bedal at (208) 863-9900 or visit http://www.BuyBareMetal.com.

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About Bare Metal Standard:

Originating in Boise, ID, Bare Metal Standard franchise offers 49 years of experience in cleaning kitchen grease exhaust systems. The Bare Metal Standard's innovative proprietary process ensures no flammable grease residue exists inside a kitchen exhaust system - keeping every facility fire safe, guaranteed. For more information about the Bare Metal Standard and franchise opportunities, please contact James Bedal or visit BuyBareMetal.com

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