Franchising 101 – Scaling New Heights with Superior Fence and Rail: The Makings of Franchise Success – Episode 180

In this episode of Franchising 101, Tim Parmeter interviews Zach Peyton, Brand President, and Pete Trexler, the Director of Franchise Development of Superior Fence and Rail, a home service franchise that provides fencing solutions to homeowners and businesses. They discuss the unique aspects of their franchise model, the type of franchisees they typically look for, and the commitment required for success. They also emphasize the importance of their customer-focused approach and the benefits they've experienced since being part of the Empower Brands network. If you’re interested in learning more about the potential growth opportunities within the home service industry, especially for franchisees, tune in now! 

Episode Highlights: 

  • About Superior Fence and Rail, services, and business model

  • Franchise details and expectations of franchise owners

  • Initial business resources and size

  • The importance of marketing strategy and support mechanisms

  • The owner’s role and day-to-day 

  • What sets Superior Fence and Rail a part and the benefits of a large parent company  

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