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American Leak Detection

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Franchise Profile — American Leak Detection

American Leak Detection is a leader in the hidden leak industry. From pool cracks to sewer leaks, American Leak Detection sets the standard with state-of-the-art, proprietary, non-invasive technology. American Leak Detection has been in Entrepreneur Magazine's Top 500 for 10 years running.

The company has over 215 franchisees in 310 licensed territories in the U.S., with 20 more franchisees in other countries.

American Leak Detection can service residential, municipal, and commercial properties.

Franchise opportunities exist in various areas of Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Tenessee. Additionally there are pre-existing franchises available for sale in many states.

Your franchise agreement can be renewed at no charge for as long as you are a franchisee in good standing with a growing business. Initial fees and financial requirements vary. Royalty fees, based on monthly gross sales, decrease over time from 10% to 6%.

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