For more than 85 years, ServiceMaster® has solved the homeowner’s dilemma. Each day, our trusted professionals provide essential residential and commercial services to more than 75,000 homes and businesses, solving many of the challenges owners face daily. We accomplish this through our network of well-recognized brands that include American Home Shield®, Terminix®, AmeriSpec®, Furniture Medic®, Merry Maids®, ServiceMaster Clean®, and ServiceMaster Restore®.
Whether you’re an experienced plumber looking to take your business to the next level or are newly-licensed and confused on where to begin, franchising with ServiceMaster Home Services Plumbing is the answer.
ServiceMaster Home Services Plumbing gives you marketing, back-office, and business development support so that you can focus on your customers.
Aligning with ServiceMaster Home Services Plumbing also allows you to tap into the power of our affiliated brands. For more than 60 years, ServiceMaster Restore® has provided emergency property and content restoration for residential and commercial losses due to water, fire or smoke damage. ServiceMaster Restore relationship with insurance companies can help create a natural lead source for our plumbing franchisees.*
- Benefit from ServiceMaster Restore’s insurance relationships for leads*
- State-of-the-art business management and dispatch software
- Dedicated marketing support and individual business coaching
- 24/7 Call Center so you won’t miss a customer call
- Training on sales, marketing and business development
- Parts/Supplies Discount
- Discounted, branded vehicle complete with tools, equipment and supplies inside
At ServiceMaster, our franchisees are business-minded individuals with strong management skills and outstanding customer service who enjoy working with people.
ServiceMaster encompasses several highly recognized brands and has over 60 years of franchise experience. Through our ServiceMaster affiliate, the ServiceMaster Acceptance Company (SMAC), we can finance up to 80% of the initial franchise fee, equipment costs, and supply costs (to credit qualified individuals) to help you start your business.