Become Your Own Boss by Starting a Water and Fire Damage Restoration Business with PuroClean!

There are plenty of good reasons to think about starting a water and fire damage restoration business with PuroClean — and one of the very best is instead of working for someone else, you’ll be working toward your own goals and bottom line! Becoming a business owner is something millions of people do every year, but many do so without the benefits of partnering with the support of a franchisor like PuroClean. Here, we’ll look at a few reasons why starting a water and fire damage restoration business with PuroClean to become your own boss makes a lot of sense.

Franchising vs. Starting from Scratch

When someone decides to open his or her own business, there are essentially two ways to go about that: you can start from scratch and take on all the risks and responsibilities yourself or partner with a franchisor. Starting a water and fire damage restoration business with PuroClean comes with important benefits that will prepare you for success and help you manage your business’s day-to-day operations. Our time-tested business model takes a lot of the guesswork out of that, and we’ll provide you with valuable resources, like marketing support and extensive training, to keep you in front of your best customer and ready to serve your community. You’ll also enjoy support from a team of  Regional Directors who’ll be on hand to answer questions, listen to feedback, and help you grow your franchise. The fact is, becoming your own boss is a whole lot easier when you join forces with PuroClean!

Strike a Better Work/Life Balance

One of the most obvious reasons people decide to become business owners is that it allows them more control over their day-to-day lives. This advantage is certainly true when you open a PuroClean franchise. As with all new businesses, there’ll be a lot of work ahead to establish it — and we’re here to help! Our pre-opening training will put you on a strong footing to take full advantage of our robust industry. Once you’ve established your business in your local community and have your trusted team in place, you might just find you’ve got more of an opportunity to focus on yourself, your friends, and your family — time away from your franchise responsibilities that’ll leave you feeling good about having struck a better work/life balance.

Be a Leader in Your Community

PuroClean franchise owners are known as the Paramedics of Property Damage® for a good reason; every day, they serve their communities in meaningful ways by helping its members come back from often devastating events, like floods and fires. But they’re also there to help with far more mundane (though no less stressful) property issues like mold and mildew, broken pipes, construction cleanup, and much more. Starting a water and fire damage restoration business with PuroClean means you’ll be able to offer your city or town a suite of essential services that will position you as a leader in your community. You can feel good going to work each day, knowing you’re responsible for helping people during times of real need.

Starting a water and fire damage restoration business with PuroClean is a straightforward and transparent process that begins with reaching out — so let’s get the conversation going!

About PuroClean

Known as the “Paramedics of Property Damage™,” PuroClean provides fire and smoke damage remediation, water damage remediation, flood water removal, mold removal and biohazard clean-up to commercial and residential customers. Founded in 2001, PuroClean has quickly become one of the fastest growing property restoration franchise organizations in the nation with a comprehensive network of 280-plus franchise offices across North America. PuroClean technicians are thoroughly screened, insured, and trained in utilizing the latest in mitigation technology and procedures, while operating under a strict code of ethics. Each PuroClean office is independently owned and operated. For more information about PuroClean, contact 800-775-7876 or visit; for franchise information, visit