Frequently Asked Questions
We understand there are many things to consider when looking into a commercial cleaning franchise.
Here are some answers to commonly asked questions.
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What is IntegriServ?
IntegriServ is a franchisor of commercial cleaning businesses. It is our mission to help people start businesses using the IntegriServ brand and systems.
How long has IntegriServ been in business?
Founded 20+ years ago.
What experience do I need to run a IntegriServ franchised business?
None! We will train you to run your own business.
Where Can I Start An IntegriServ Franchise?
IntegriServ Franchises offer commercial cleaning in Ohio, Michigan, Florida, and Indiana. We support our franchisees and provide business in these areas.
We are always growing! Reach out to see if we are near you.
How big is IntegriServ?
We have over 100 franchisees operating in 4 different states (OH, FL, MI, IN).
I am eager to start, how long does the opening process typically take?
With IntegriServ the opening process is typically 60-120 days, depending on size and location.
Can I grown my janitorial business?
Yes. There are opportunities to grow your business at your own pace.
What are the investment costs?
For as little as 950 dollars you can own your own home-based commercial cleaning franchise.
Does IntegriServ offer financing to franchisees?
Yes, we offer financing options on a portion of the initial franchise fee and on new equipment and supplies.
What is a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)?
The FDD provides prospective franchisees with information about the franchisor, the franchise system and agreements so that they can make an informed decision about investing in the franchise. By law, a franchisor cannot sell you a franchise until the franchisor has presented you with an FDD. We will give you a copy of our FDD when we meet (“disclose you”).
Why do I have to wait 14 days to purchase a franchised business?
Receipt of the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) is governed by the “14-day rule.” The franchisor must give you 14 days to read the FDD and think about your decision before you sign the franchise agreement.