Are you looking to add a profitable service to your already existing flooring company? SandFree is an amazing service for you to offer your clients.
Franchise Profile — SandFree
One of the problems with wood floor refinishing is the dust and smell. SandFree has created an amazing service that eliminates both of these problems. This service is especially marketable to commercial businesses that want to avoid the business interruption of conventional refinishing.
SandFree is a chemical wash and abrasive process that prepares existing finish to receive a coat of urethane. There is no requirement that SandFree be the only franchise you're involved in. SandFree suggests that it become one of the services that you offer a customer which could include carpet, tile, carpet cleaning, etc. If you are a painter, carpenter, flooring installer, SandFree is an additional service that you should offer.
SandFree will teach you how to do the work, provide support on the website and by telephone, and give you leads from the website for your purchased area.
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