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simon

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Work gone a bit quiet so considering franchise with Gas/Elec. Could anyone tell me of any experiences, costs and if they went through with it and made a profit?
Thanks
 
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kung

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Regarding cost best to contact them but i know mr electric do these as well think its £27k id sooner sit it out and save my money.
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Tony.
 
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Spudnik

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Gotta agree with Tony there.

Better off spending the money on some advertising etc.
 
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Hey mate.

There is another company that do franchising called Elec-Local.

If you're already qualified then the cost comes down to around £14K, this includes new van, tools etc.

Agree with Kung though, I'd rather sit on my cash and wait it out as these companies take quite a big whack off you each month and if you fail to meet targets you're going to find yourself broke and 14K in debt.

Cheers
 
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simon

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Thanks guys
There info is coming in post but I think the old saying is true, if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is.
 
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