Just Laundry offers individuals a chance to own a service business that has low overheads and high profits. The concept is unique and hassle free based on repeat customers and impressing new customers with our packaging of goods received and delivered.
Sites should be + 30m² preferably in service centres or strip malls in residential areas. The site must be visible to your patrons as the stores are modern and attractive to the eye which is key to attracting volume traffic and the concept can be wash, dry and iron and dry cleaning only manageable with two staff members.
Just Laundry offers three different laundry franchise models to choose from: the Just Laundry Express & the Just Laundry Kiosk. All two models are turnkey offerings and include all necessary equipment, shopfitting, training, point of sales, etc. The typical Just Laundry store offers a drop-off laundry service as well as the allied services of dry cleaning, tailoring, and shoe repairs.
Only commercial or industrial laundry equipment is used and backed up by a three year national warranty. Training comprises both the theoretical and practical aspects of owning and running a Just Laundry facility. A Just Laundry franchisee needs to be an owner/operator and should ideally be a team player who is a peoples person and who is service driven and focused.
Setup & Initiation: R145 000 - R450 000
Management Fee: R1520 per month
Marketing Fee: R850 per month
Just Laundry franchisees must have a passion for what the franchise does. They will need to manage their store in such a way as to ensure customer satisfaction on a continuous basis. They must be service-oriented and friendly, with great interpersonal skills. Leadership skills are important as it’s crucial that they pass on this work ethic to their teams.
Store sizes range from 30m2 – 60m2 or 60m2 – 100m2. From finding a location and securing a lease, the time to opening is typically six weeks. Franchisees can expect to start breaking even between four months and a year.
1. Upon application, the franchisor will determine an area’s viability and sustainability.
2. The prospective franchisee is assessed for suitability and necessary franchise fee and operating capital.
3. The franchise agreement is signed and initial franchise fee paid.
4. Suitable premises are identified and secured with a lease agreement signed by the franchisee who will determine the opening date of the business.
5. The franchisee makes the agreed-upon progress payment towards the setting-up of the business.
6. The franchisor sets up the business, provides the equipment, fixtures and fittings, décor and signage at the leased premises.
7. The initial training programme at head office and in-store are completed prior to opening. Staff also meet for uniform fitting.
8. The franchisee pays the balance of the purchase price and takes possession of the franchise business.