July 23, 2015 // Franchising.com // CHERRY HILL, N.J. – There’s a new company in Camden County looking to “fill a hole” in South Jersey – quite literally.
The Patch Boys, a rapidly expanding concept specializing in wall repairs, has opened in Cherry Hill, N.J. Local entrepreneur, Bill Bunting, who previously owned and operated nearby Philly Pretzel Factory locations and is currently a business broker in the region, led the acquisition and launch of the franchise. It marks the first-ever franchise location for The Patch Boys brand, which originated in Brooklyn, N.Y.
A completely mobile business that is easily recognized on the streets with its branded, eco-friendly Smart car, The Patch Boys provides homeowners, landlords, property managers and business owners with a highly focused wall patching service – a specialization that most general contractors, electricians, plumbers, handymen and women and construction companies don’t want to do or can’t do very well.
“It truly is a one-of-a-kind service – no other company fills this kind of niche with so much professionalism built into the business. We cherish the opportunity to be the first franchise location for The Patch Boys,” said Bunting, a 15-year veteran of the franchise industry. “There is really no other franchise providing this type of service. Given the strong history of the concept in New York, where eight Smart cars are currently on the road, I am confident that this will make an impact on Camden County and beyond.”
The Cherry Hill-based Patch Boys will service all of Camden County and the surrounding areas, including all of South Jersey and the Greater Delaware Valley.
Working alongside Bunting to operate the new Camden County franchise, and joining him in ownership, are two longtime business colleagues and friends, Carmine Sauchelli and Ben Bevich. After working together on a corporate level for Philly Pretzel Factory and with Bunting’s Philly Pretzel Factory franchise in Toms River, N.J. for the past five years, the three men decided to use their combined expertise to launch the first Patch Boys franchise in their area.
“Working together for several years, I know that Ben and Carmine have a tremendous understanding of what it takes to run a successful business,” added Bunting, who lives in Cherry Hill. “It’s exciting to see how our relationship has evolved.”
In addition to working with homeowners, landlords and property management companies, The Patch Boys also subcontracts services directly to general contractors, roofers, electricians, plumbers, HVAC companies and other trade professionals who may not have the time or resources to repair damages to drywall as a result of their services. As an environmentally-conscious business, each Patch Boys team is equipped with a Smart car to keep fuel costs minimal while traveling to and from each job site. Moreover, a simple business model and proprietary computer technology allows Patch Boys franchise owners the luxury of operating the business from the comfort of their own homes.
Founded in 2008 by entrepreneur Leo Goldberger, The Patch Boys has become synonymous with drywall repair. Recognizing that most general contractors and other trade industry professionals lack the time and resources to repair drywall damage caused by their services and other unforeseen forces, The Patch Boys strives to provide landlords, property managers, businesses and homeowners a reliable and efficient service to get their properties back to normal as quickly as possible.
For more information about The Patch Boys’ services in Camden County and Greater Delaware Valley, please visit www.thepatchboys.com or call Bill Bunting at (856) 375-2303.
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Founded in 2008 by entrepreneur Leo Goldberger, The Patch Boys has become synonymous with drywall repair.