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Outback GutterVac Franchises Benefit from Vast Untapped Market

Posted Oct 17th, 2016

Billions of feet of dirty, unmaintained gutters are waiting for people just like you


One of the secrets to the success of Outback GutterVac is the market we serve. The average American home has more than 200 feet of gutters, and those gutters need cleaning. It’s a dangerous, dirty job that millions of homeowners put off every chance they get.

Outback GutterVac is a gutter cleaning franchise built to take this market by storm. Utilizing our proprietary ThunderVac Technology ProcessTM, franchise owners deliver quality gutter cleaning without the grime of doing it themselves or the hassle that comes with any of the fly-by-night gutter cleaners out there. Each Outback GutterVac franchise is licensed and insured, and technicians receive rigorous ladder and roof safety training that meets OSHA and ANSI standards. When it comes to gutter cleaning, nothing like Outback GutterVac exists elsewhere in the market.

“No one has seen anything like this before,” says Outback GutterVac Chief Operating Officer Gillian Harper. “There hasn’t been a player in this market previously, and it’s wide open and underserved, particularly from the commercial standpoint.”

Gillian should know. She watched her father build a franchise company that took Australia by storm. While new to the United States, Outback GutterVac utilizes technology and processes that fostered a successful concept in Australia for nearly 20 years. As Outback GutterVac ramps up for rapid expansion in America, Australia’s long track record of success demonstrates that they have a proven business model to follow.

Outback GutterVac franchises provide a vital service

There are more than 16 billion feet of gutters installed on American homes with the intention of protecting owners’ investments from damaging water. Yet gutters are one of the most under-maintained areas of a home, and people hate cleaning them, which undermines the purpose of gutters in the first place.

Outback GutterVac of Lafayette owner Mike Dunn knows all too well what unkept gutters mean. In fact, Mike remembers the moment that, while driving through his hometown, he realized the potential business opportunity.

“There were trees growing out of some of the gutters,” Mike recalls. “Everyone has gutters. They’re there to protect the home, but they weren’t doing the job.”

While franchise owners are out providing top-notch service, our Business Support Center fields sales calls, follows up with customers to ensure satisfaction and schedules follow-up visits. You spend valuable time providing the services that generate revenues, and customers know they’re getting the very best service available.

We’re a brand customers can trust

Ryan Fox and Brett Mattison discovered Outback GutterVac while researching scalable businesses that would help them grow professionally. What impressed them most was how wide-open the market was for high-quality gutter cleaning.

“There are always the fly-by-nights who come in and lowball everything. You’ve got to compete with them, but the quality of service we provide is just so much higher,” Ryan says. “The value proposition is a big attractor for customers, who know they’re getting a value for their money.”

Customers know their gutters are cleaner and healthier and they can trust that the technician is well trained and insured. All the while, we provide franchise owners with industry-leading training, our proprietary Jackaroo CRM system and the backing of Noble Brands, our parent company, to ensure franchisees have the highest potential for success.

Learn more about bringing Outback GutterVac to your community

Tapping into the more than 16 billion feet of American gutters is an affordable, scalable business opportunity with low startup costs ranging from $93,900 to $120,750 for your first territory. For in-depth details about the Outback GutterVac franchise opportunity, download our free franchise report. You can also learn more by visiting our research pages.