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The Costs and Investment of Owning a TruBlue Franchise

How Much Does It Cost?

TruBlue franchise costs are an affordable investment opportunity with an uncapped potential.

TruBlue franchise costs are relatively low compared to other franchise opportunities. Led by an executive team who is passionate about helping entrepreneurs become successful in their businesses, our proven business model was designed to be easy to open, easy to scale, with low initial investment costs well below those of other senior home healthcare franchise systems or handyman service brands. With TruBlue, for one franchise fee, you get to serve two great markets…seniors and busy families.

TruBlue is a low-cost business opportunity with incredible potential in the hot senior industry. The total investment estimate to begin operations ranging from $59,650 – $86,000. TruBlue is a home-based business, with low overhead and no buildout costs or brick and mortar expenses, making TruBlue far more affordable than other franchise concepts in the senior home services or handyman industries. The franchise fee for your first territory is only $39,500. Continue to read on about our unique Winners’ Circle program, where you can earn back your entire franchise fee – the foundation for a true partnership.

 

Here’s our FDD Item 7, which details the specific startup costs of our franchise offering:

Type of ExpenditureAmountMethod of Payment
Total (Note 12)$59,650 – $86,000 
Initial Franchise Fee (Note 1)$39,500See Note 1
Furniture and Office Equipment$500 – 1,000As incurred
Tools and Equipment (Note 2)$3,000 – 5,000As incurred
Computer System (Note 3)$1,500 – 4,000As incurred
Travel and living expenses while training (Note 4)$1,250 – 2,500As incurred
Initial Telephones, Call Center Answering Service, Bank and Other Deposits (Note 5)$500 – 1,000As incurred
Grand Opening Promotion (Note 6)$3,000 – 4,000As incurred
Real Estate and ImprovementsSee Note 7See Note 7
Licenses (Note 8) Senior Home Safety Certification$400 – $1,000As incurred
Limited Liability Entity (Note 9)$500 – 1,000As incurred
Insurance (Note 10)$1,500 – 5,000See Note 10
Additional Funds - 3 months (Note 11)$8,000 – 20,000As incurred
Vehicle (Note 13)$0 – 2,000As incurred

* See our full FDD for notes

Earn your franchise fee back through our innovative Winner’s Circle Program

We believe in our franchisees so much that we’ve set up a program called The Winner’s Circle, which allows franchisees to be reimbursed for the entirety of their franchise fee if certain goals are met within the first four years of your new business.

Click here for 2 videos describing the Winner’s Circle Program.