Prospective franchisees should know this is a growing market. In fact, IbisWorld statistics show it to be a $1.3 billion industry in the United States, and continuing to grow.
The national statistics confirm what we have seen firsthand, which is why we believe that the Lazy Day Pools™ franchising opportunity is so ideally suited for franchising. Our commitment to franchising grew out of the increasing demand for our services. The average pool liner company sells between 5 and 10 liners per year; our company sells between 200 and 300 annually. From our base in the Atlanta area, demand for our liners and related services comes from well beyond our immediate market. We believe that the right way to take our company onto a more national stage is with a select group of like-minded entrepreneurial people to join us as franchisees.
As a franchisee, you will provide swimming pool repair, restoration, and remodeling services, including repair, resurfacing, and remodeling of vinyl-lined swimming pools. And you will have the additional market differentiator – ZeroChlor – at your disposal.
Because we are a volume buyer of liners and do have manufacturers competing for our business, we are able to provide top quality liners at competitive prices. We do not take a “cookie cutter” approach to liners. Just as no two homes are built alike, each pool is constructed differently. Each liner is custom-manufactured to reflect the exact specifications of the individual pool.
In addition to the already mentioned market differentiators, our franchisees will have a protected geographic territory in which to offer our approved Lazy Day Pools™/EVERNU™ services and related products. Your customer base will include residential homeowners or commercial business owners requiring the repair, restoration, or remodeling of a vinyl-lined swimming pool.
Our experience in the industry and our training programs are your assurance, as a franchisee, that you will learn from the best and will enter the market in a strong position.
AOP technology and titanium produced hydroxyl radicals will make chlorine as a swimming pool sanitizer obsolete within the next few years.
This is a video of a ZeroChlor Pool System installed on a pool in Marietta GA in 2019.