Start Dryer Vent Cleaning Business – DryMaster™ Authorized Affiliate
Become a DryMaster™ Affiliate and Start Your Own Dryer Vent Cleaning Business Today
DryMaster™ Systems, Inc. offers a unique dryer vent cleaning business opportunity. Through our affiliate program, you can leverage our substantial experience to successfully break into the growing market for professional cleaning services.
Is Dryer Vent Cleaning a Good Business?
Doing laundry is part of many Americans’ weekly routine. Like any appliance, though, clothes dryers become less efficient over time, especially when they aren’t cleaned and maintained regularly.
Lint builds up in the hose, lint trap, and vent in just a few months. If your dryer vent isn’t cleaned once or twice a year, its drying time increases drastically or, sometimes, clothes don’t even dry at all. Worse, the humidity level in your home rises every time you dry your clothes, affecting the quality of your indoor air.
That’s not all: dirty, clogged dryer vents are also a serious fire hazard. Around 3,000 dryer fires happen each year in homes, and the leading cause is an unmaintained dryer vent. Because of that, many insurance companies advise homeowners to clean their dryer vents frequently.
Since a dirty dryer vent affects many aspects of their lives, many homeowners turn to professionals to do the cleaning. This is where we come in. Through our affiliate program, we equip you with the right tools, knowledge, and resources, so you can start providing expert dryer vent cleaning services in your area.
What’s the DryMaster Advantage?
DryMaster™ Systems, Inc. has been in the professional cleaning business for decades. We’ve helped hundreds of affiliates become successful business owners by providing them with:
- High-powered equipment. Our dryer vent cleaning equipment includes a three-motor HEPA filtered vacuum system that allows you to clean residential and commercial dryer vents proficiently. Our equipment is simple to use and comes with a complete brushing system.
- Affordable initial cost. You can be your own boss with only $5,995 capital required. This is significantly lower than start-up fees of $50,000 to $150,000 or more, which many cleaning franchises require.
- Financing option. Most of our dryer vent cleaning business packages are eligible for financing.
- No franchise and royalty fees. We want you to enjoy 100 percent of your profits.
- Flexible schedule. Our business model allows you to choose how much you want to be involved in the company. You can allocate a few hours a week to service customers and still keep your day job. Another option is to go full-time and hire technicians and expand your service area.
- Ongoing support. Through intensive training, you will learn the ropes of the cleaning business. But we won’t stop giving the support you need. We will share any new marketing strategy, provide technical assistance, and deliver tools and resources to help you grow your business.
How Much Does It Cost to Start a Dryer Vent Cleaning Company?
You can be your own boss for an initial capital of as low as $5,995. Our dryer vent cleaning business packages include all the things you need to get your venture off to a great start — from superior equipment and technician uniforms to business certificates and personal business coaching.
Also, with our business model, you can start small. You don’t have to rent an entire office space; you can run your company in the comfort of your own home. All you need is a storage space for your cleaning equipment, a computer, and a phone, so your clients can book an appointment with you.
On the other hand, if you want to go big, we have a package that combines dryer vent cleaning with air duct cleaning. This package comes with additional equipment, including an air duct cleaning video inspection monitor and truck ramp. It includes customized car decals, 1,000 business cards, thank-you cards, a fully-customized website, and other marketing tools. Getting this package also means you get to have a three-day comprehensive training on equipment, marketing, business structure, and other topics that will help you hit the ground running.
Regardless of the package you choose, you will have:
- Getting-started manual. This tool will give you a run-through of everything you need to know to start running a dryer vent cleaning company.
- Personal Coaching. You will be assigned a personal coach, who’s an expert dryer vent cleaner and business manager. You will have one-on-one training with your coach before you open your company. If you still need guidance while running the business, you can reach out to your coach anytime, even after office hours and during the weekends.
- Marketing Tools. Over the years, we have established a solid, positive brand reputation through powerful marketing tools and strategies. We are ready to share them with you, so you can effectively tap that vast market of homeowners in your area.
- High-Performance Equipment. Our superior HEPA vacuum comes with a technology that allows you to provide superior service, no matter the size of the vent you have to deal with.
What’s the Earning Potential?
Our business model allows you to be as hands-on or uninvolved with the daily grind as you like. But that depends on how much of the profit you want to keep. Take a look at these two case studies:
#1: Mark who hired a technician
Mark chose to focus on the back-end of the business and hired a technician to do all the on-site work. On average, Mark’s technician serviced three clients a day: one air duct cleaning and two dryer vent cleaning jobs. The profit for every dryer vent service was $200, while it was $500 per air duct cleaning.
Running the business for 20 days in a month, Mark earned a gross profit of $18,000. But he had to deduct the salary of the technician, which was around 30 percent of the total earnings. He ended up with $12,600 each month, which totaled to $151,200 net profit in a year.
#2: Chuck who started a one-person operation
Chuck had the same average number of jobs per day as Mark. He earned a profit of $900 a day or $18,000 a month. The only difference is that Chuck did all the on-site work himself. So, he didn’t need to deduct 30 percent of his total earnings to pay for the salary of a technician. He got to earn $216,000 net profit in a year, $64,800 higher than Mark’s net annual earnings.
The average three-jobs-per-day scenario is a conservative estimate. If you hire more technicians and dedicate your time on marketing, you will probably receive more service appointments and increase your average profit. On the other hand, if you choose to do all the work yourself, you get to enjoy 100 percent of your profit. And if your schedule starts to get hectic, you can always hire a technician and trade a bit of your profit for more time with family and friends.
Whether you choose to follow Mark or Chuck’s business structure, the best thing is that you have the freedom to improve the business. With DryMaster™ Systems, Inc.’s affiliate program, you are your own boss. You get to make all the important decisions involved in taking your cleaning company to the next level. Above all, we’re always here to guide you in your entrepreneurship journey and pave the way for your success.
Want to know more about the business opportunity we offer? Contact us today for a free business guide.