Envirocare Pest Control, based in Watertown, Conn., is now offering franchises.
Open to new franchisees, Envirocare Franchise Systems is owned by David and Danielle Bisaillon.
With more than 27 years in the pest management industry, David had the idea to start a franchise system after losing an account. “I lost an account solely based on price to a company with no experience in the field of pest management,” he said in a news release. “I figured if new entries are getting into the field of pest management, who better to learn it from?”
Founded in 1997, Envirocare’s systems have been well documented and the systemized business structure can be taught to anyone, according to the Bisaillons.
“We know we only want our main operation to get to a certain size,” David said. “But growth through franchising offers both of us the perfect opportunity to grow into another business without having to sell everything we’ve nurtured over the past 23 years.”
With a team of 20 at Envirocare, the Bisaillons have worked on creating all of the necessary franchise materials. This includes franchise disclosure documents, proprietary training materials, ad slicks, marketing campaigns and federal trademarks.
The team plans to focus on expanding in Connecticut and surrounding New England states first.
Per the franchise opportunities page on Envirocare’s website:
While there is no experience required, it is important to note that a successful Envirocare Pest Control Franchise prospect is enthusiastic, highly motivated, customer-oriented, and committed to running a successful business. This opportunity is suitable for those seeking to make a steady income while enjoying the freedom of running their own business.
We’ll be upfront – owning a business of any type takes hard work, and there’s no guarantee of success. However, if you are willing to work hard and learn our trusted system you can be a successful business owner. It’s time to invest in your future with a career instead of a job.
“A pest control franchise is a career and investment rolled into one,” David said in a recent blog post.