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House Doctors & House Medic Franchise Information

Business Established: 1995
Franchising Since: 1995
Franchised Units: 54
Company Owned Units: 0
Start-up Cost: $25,000 to $45,000
Total Investment: $40,000 to $80,000

Offering Financial Assistance
Third-party financing available.

Special Incentives
VetFran Participant
Home Based Franchise

VetFran Incentive
The initial Franchise Fee of $9,800 is discounted 25% for qualifying veterans.



A House Doctors Handyman franchise is today’s hottest opportunity! Annually, over $105 billion is spent in minor home repairs. These repairs are ones that homeowners don’t have the time or skill to do. That’s when they call the House Doctors. It’s a business built around managing people, not physically doing the work yourself. You do not need construction experience. Our program will teach you everything you need to succeed. House Doctors is one of the few home service businesses that can provide high sales volume and huge margins, while at the same time, generate an incredible rate of return.

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Franchise Development
400 TechneCenter Drive
Suite 101
(800) 530-4337
(513) 831-0100

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House Doctors provides an extensive 4 week Fast Start Program with a 1-week in-house training program at the corporate office. It covers marketing, technical knowledge, and procedures. Everything you need to know to operate this business and continuous support for the franchisee. Once you are open, you are entered into the House Doctors Academy for the first 12-18 months. House Doctors has a customized CRM solution that handles every aspect of running a professional handyman service including scheduling technicians. This solution is on the leading edge of technology and is completely web based. House Doctors also has quarterly franchisee calls and webinars, as well as a national convention every year.

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No construction experience required. This is a business built on managing people. Some business experience is helpful, but not required.

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