Kitchen Tune-Up Gears up for Robust Growth
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Kitchen Tune-Up Gears up for Robust Growth

Kitchen Remodeling Franchise Harnesses Momentum for Accelerated Growth in 2021

February 03, 2021 // // ABERDEEN, S.D. - 2020 was a year that brought unexpected changes, and Kitchen Tune-Up made the most of those changes and served a record number of homeowners with kitchen remodels. As the brand reflects on the past 12 months and plans for the year ahead, it is clear that the adjustments to implement new programs and protocols positioned the brand to better support franchise owners and reach new heights for franchise growth during a roller-coaster of a year.

To ensure that during the onset of the pandemic there was “No Tunie Left Behind,” Kitchen Tune-Up forgave minimum royalty fees for any franchise owner (also known as a “Tunie”) affected by the mandated government shutdown. The company also implemented virtual project estimates in place of in-person consultations.

“2020 was definitely full of surprises, but despite Covid-19 restrictions, our team was able to make strategic decisions to ensure our franchise owners not only survived the pandemic, but emerged stronger,” said Heidi Morrissey, President of Kitchen Tune-Up. “Without our incredible Tunies and their teams, our growth and success this year wouldn’t have been possible. We look forward to keeping up the momentum and reaching our growth goals for 2021.”

More time at home in 2020 meant more home projects arising. As people were cooking more and using the kitchen as a multi-purpose space, they often realized a kitchen update could help accommodate the usage. Kitchen Tune-Up services include the company’s Tune-Up, a proprietary wood reconditioning process, as well as cabinet painting, redooring, cabinet refacing, and custom cabinets. While many kitchen remodeling services can take weeks, leaving kitchens inaccessible, Kitchen Tune-Up can finish its work in as little time as one to five days.

Last year, the brand added 62 franchise locations in 39 new markets including Atlanta, Nashville, Tennessee; Farmington Hills, Michigan; and Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona, bringing its total location count to 208.

SOURCE Kitchen Tune-Up



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