Re-Bath Remodeling Franchise Launches New Franchise Website
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Re-Bath Remodeling Franchise Launches New Franchise Website

Iconic Bathroom Remodeling Franchise Provides Detailed Info for Those Interested in Starting a Business

PHOENIX, AZ - (Marketwired - Nov 10, 2015) - The world's largest bathroom remodeling franchise, Re-Bath, has launched a new website featuring Q&As with franchisees, video interviews with Re-Bath's leadership team, startup costs, and details about the bathroom remodeling industry.

The website,, explains the business model behind the most innovative brand in America's bathroom remodeling history and details what sets it apart from other bathroom remodeling opportunities. Re-Bath is already a dominant brand in the United States, which shows in how well the brand's franchise owners fare compared with their general contractor counterparts. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average general contractor brings in about $93,000 a year in revenues, while a Re-Bath franchisee brings in about $1.79 million annually in gross sales, according to the brand's internal figures.

"There has never been a more exciting time than now to partner with Re-Bath," said Brad Hillier, CEO of Re-Bath. "We are rapidly becoming the dominant national player in the full bathroom remodeling segment. We've invested significantly on behalf of our franchisees - improving our technology, our support infrastructure, and our product offering - to increase their profitability by giving them the tools to provide a customer experience previously unseen in the bathroom remodeling industry."

The bathroom remodeling industry is booming. Re-Bath, the largest bathroom remodeling franchise, is entering an era of rapid expansion and innovative product offerings to capture an even larger share of the $20 billion bathroom remodeling segment. The brand's primary competition comes from the estimated 90,000 small-time independent general contractors, who don't have the name recognition, the tools, the corporate support, or the product offering to compete with Re-Bath directly. While Re-Bath initially established itself as a name brand by selling fast and affordable bathtub liners for private residences and hotels, the brand's product offering now appeals more to the upper-middle class, which brings the added benefit of much higher average ticket prices for its franchisees.

The primary factors driving Re-Bath growth are outlined on the site,, which also features a deeper dive into the brand's time-tested business model, its peerless commitment to innovation, and how a relationship with Home Depot provides Re-Bath franchisees with instant credibility and access to new and continued business.

Re-Bath's training, technology, and marketing are designed to help franchise owners deliver the exceptional customer service the brand is known for, while also helping to keep their businesses more profitable by standardizing bathroom remodeling work: a Re-Bath bathroom remodeler franchise owner will take three to five days to complete a full bathroom remodel, while the industry standard is three to five weeks.

For Josh Agrelius, a Re-Bath franchise owner in Austin, Texas, the brand's business model provides confidence that his remodeling bathroom projects are going to exceed his customers' wildest expectations:

"Plug in to your regional community," Agrelius said. "Believe in the system. Believe in the process. It's a process that has repeated itself hundreds of times. For me, it's pretty easy. I love what I do because I get to go out and help homeowners solve the problem in their bathroom. Whether it's making it more functional, making it more beautiful, or updating the area. I actually get to go in there and help them. So it's very easy to be passionate when I step inside that home, and I'm confident in our system, in our service that I know I can provide a solution and it's going to be better than every other company and competition that walks through those doors."

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Jeremy Wallace
Franchise Development Director



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