Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning Franchise Makes Entrepreneur’s List of Top Franchise Opportunities
North America's Best Carpet Cleaning Franchise Opportunity

Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning Franchise Makes Entrepreneur’s List of Top Franchise Opportunities

Chem-Dry ranked the top carpet cleaning franchise; a top opportunity in multiple categories

Chem-Dry, the world’s largest carpet cleaning franchise, has once again made Entrepreneur magazine’s annual Franchise 500 list of top franchise opportunities, and is the top-rated carpet cleaning franchise for the 27th consecutive year.

The highly competitive list considers factors such as financial performance of franchisees, investment cost, and the size of the franchise system. Entrepreneur also named Chem-Dry a Top Home-Based Business, a Top Franchise for Minorities, a Top Franchise for Veterans, and a Top Low Cost Franchise Opportunity.

“Chem-Dry continues to prove its staying power and versatility as a brand,” Chem-Dry CEO Dan Tarantin said. “For a driven entrepreneur, Chem-Dry can be the vehicle to success, and they don’t need a huge sum of money to get started or a particular background to succeed. We are committed to the growth of our franchisees and in bringing new owners to have their chance at success with Chem-Dry.”

Founded in 1977 and with offices in Nashville, Tennessee, and Logan, Utah, Chem-Dry is the nation’s leading cleaner of carpet as well as tile and stone, area rugs and upholstery. Chem-Dry’s superior cleaning technology, diversified services, franchise support and professional franchise owners have been the driving forces behind growth for nearly 40 years. The company has more than 3,500 units in 48 countries worldwide. With their patented method of hot carbonated extraction, Chem-Dry provides customers with a drier, cleaner, healthier clean using 80% less water than traditional steam cleaning.

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