Certified Restoration Dry Cleaning Network
Buying a dry cleaning franchise? Take a moment to learn about Certified Restoration Dry Cleaning Network (CRDN), an international organization of drycleaners who specialize in restoration drycleaning services.
Franchise Profile — Certified Restoration Dry Cleaning Network
Even the smallest catastrophe can be a harrowing experience and major inconvenience for a homeowner. Odors, stains, and mold can threaten clothing, draperies and other fabric items throughout the house.
That's created a huge opportunity for Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network (CRDN) franchisees. Their national organization of highly skilled, proficient drycleaners specializes in the restoration of clothing and other fabric items damaged by fires and floods.
Restoration drycleaning is great for insurance companies and they often will foot the bill. If an insurance company can restore an item rather than replace an item, they save money. In fact, experts estimate that garment restoration can save insurance companies millions of dollars each year.
With comprehensive training from CRDN combined with the most advanced technology and processes, you can become a restoration drycleaning expert. Simply contact CRDN today to learn more about their dry cleaning franchise opportunities.
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