Veteran-centered franchised is a full-service junk removal company offering household and business junk removal as well as small dumpster rentals, demolition work, labor services, and hauling. Office doubles as a thrift mart featuring items gathered by the hauling service, estate auctions, and donations, etc.
The franchise was started in November of 2019 with one truck equipped with two dumpsters and a husband/wife team as the only staff. By February of 2020, one crew member was added, and by Spring, the franchise employed two staff members. In July of 2020, the franchise purchased 8 additional dumpsters in order to expand dumpster rentals in the midst of an exploding junk removal market. The franchise closed the first full year in business with over $225K in gross revenue and headed into 2021 expecting to increase that significantly. In July of 2021, the franchise added a second truck and was up to 6 staff members working full and part-time. In addition to adding the dumpsters in 2020, the franchise opened a resale shop in order to resell items picked up from jobs thereby bringing disposal costs down. During the summer of 2021, the franchise partnered with a demolition crew in order to subcontract out bigger demolition jobs and increase revenue in that category of business. It’s projected the location will be up 50% in gross revenue by the close of 2021.
Only small to mid-sized company of its type in the area.
Growth is anticipated to continue at same or greater pace. This business is scalable and could expand into neighboring territories. Owner has first right of refusal.

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