Bar-B-Clean Franchise

Bar-B-Clean offers barbecue cleaning, service, parts and repairs, as well as new grill sales. Our mission is to promote a healthy, family-oriented lifestyle to our clients while pioneering and leading the untapped barbecue cleaning industry.

Bar-B-Clean is a mobile home service business where we provide a service that customers want done, but don't want to do themselves - similar to window cleaning or carpet cleaning. Anybody with a backyard barbecue is a prospective customer. If grills haven’t been professionally cleaned within six months, cancer-causing carcinogens left behind by old food & rat droppings cause real health risks. HOA’s, apartment complexes, office buildings, hotels and Airbnb's also offer great B2B opportunities for our franchisees.

To buy a franchise with Bar-B-Clean, you'll need to have at least $100000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $250000. Bar-B-Clean charges a franchise fee of $49500. They also offer a discount for veterans.

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Franchisor Details

Incorporated Name: Bar-B-Clean Franchising Inc.
Total Units: 16
Year Founded: 2012
Franchising Since: 2014
Home Office: Yorba Linda, CA
Training: Available
Locations Available: See Below*
Franchise Costs

Franchise Costs

Financing: Via 3rd party
Liquid Capital Required: $100,000
Net Worth Required: $250,000
Total Investment: $78,200 – $92,120
Franchise Fee: $49,500
Royalty Type: 6%
Veteran Discount: Yes

*Bar-B-Clean is currently accepting inquiries from the following locations: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Values & History

Bar-B-Clean started in 2012 out of necessity. Our founder needed his grill cleaned and there was only one competitor in the market. Rather than calling the competitor, he capitalized on an opportunity and started his own grill cleaning business. After finding success, he franchised the business in 2014 and hasn’t looked back since.

Industry Performance

Local Cleaning: Our customers are typically in the middle to upper class demographic, so we know it is important to set ourselves apart from our mom-and-pop competitors. We do that through our proprietary steam cleaning system and custom Stainless-Steel Polish, bringing instant credibility and brand awareness. Our proprietary CRM keeps our customers up to date with appointment reminders and professional invoices while keeping our franchisees organized and efficient.

Training & Support

Training consists of a 2-day meeting. The first half of the first day is at our home office going over our 100+ page operations manual - Everything from starting their business, growing their business and being efficient in their business. Of course, also training in marketing strategies, sales, sales pitch, technology, parts and new grills, etc.

The second half of the first day and the second day, we go out into the field with our operations manager and we train them on the technical side of the business. We will take apart 3 grills, show them the configurations and how we go about repairing the individual parts inside the grills. We will also go over the entire cleaning process. We will give the new franchisees an opportunity to see the cleaning process, take part in the cleaning process, then teach the cleaning process.

Ideal Candidate & Qualifications

What will be the role of the owner?
An owner-operator should expect to handle: Marketing and networking, Take incoming calls and scheduling, Clean and repair the grills, Handle the finances, Manage and train any additional technicians.

What will be the role of the multi-unit operators?
A semi-absentee owner would oversee the operations being run by:
A customer service rep that takes all calls and does the scheduling
An operations manager that manages the technicians and handles all parts and new grill orders and repairs.
The owner could hire someone to handle marketing decisions and finances or do it themselves.

What will be the role of the single unit operators?
An owner-operator should expect to handle: Marketing and networking, Take incoming calls and scheduling, Clean and repair the grills, Handle the finances, Manage and train any additional technicians.

Purchasing a Bar-B-Clean

Franchise Fee: $49,500. Net worth Required: $250,000. Total Investment: $78,200 - $92,120, Liquid Capital Required: $100,000.

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Bar-B-Clean is a FranNet Verified Brand

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