Bloomin' Blinds

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Investment Info
  • Startup Costs
    $35,000 - $85,000
  • Cash Required
    $40,000
  • Net Worth Required
Company Stats
  • Year Founded
    2001
  • Franchising
    2014
  • Locations
    39
  • Franchisees
    28

Bloomin’ Blinds is a blind repair company that also sells blinds. Yes, there are many companies that sell blinds. Few if any, will be able to offer an “all in one” approach that Bloomin’ Blinds can.
 

What You Get for Your Money

Starting your own business means starting from scratch, trial and error, and a great deal of risk. While there is a financial investment with both avenues, franchising with Bloomin’ Blinds allows you to invest your money in systems that have already been tested and proven over time. This allows you to get out of the weeds and into your business-as-usual as quickly as possible.

The franchising fee covers your hotel stay for 3 weeks of training, your initial inventory of parts ($2,500 value) and your initial marketing budget for Grand Opening ($3,000 - PPC, Home Advisor, Newspaper, etc.). Bloomin' Blinds also offers in-house financing for up to $15,000 off the franchise fee.

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Marketing Is Easier with Bloomin’ Blinds

Bloomin’ Blinds is a nationally recognized brand! Recently, Bloomin' Blinds was ranked as the fastest growing franchise in the Dallas Business Journal. Our clients trust us. They recognize our name. They recommend us to their friends and family. They speak highly of us. As a new franchise owner, this is good for you. Our reputation allows you to build your business faster and more sustainably.

Marketing is simpler because we’ve already done the work of building a good name. Now, you can simple enjoy the benefit of being part of our team! In addition to this association with our national brand, we’ll help you with special marketing tools designed to give you success.

 

Take Advantage of Long-Term Support

Even after the initial training is over, our support for our franchise owners continues. We’ll keep providing you with helpful tools and resources. We’ll be available to answer your questions and to meet with you. Our ongoing training allows business owners to keep achieving higher levels of success!

 

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At Bloomin’ Blinds, we go above and beyond to provide exceptional blind services across the nation. One key factor that sets our franchise apart is that all our franchisees are carefully trained and given the resources they need to thrive. Individuals receive comprehensive training at our 3000sqft training facility. Check out some of the images below!

Choosing the Prime Market for Your Franchise

With marketing and support systems already in place, reasonable startup costs, and a product/service that will always be in demand, the toughest decision will be where to set up shop!

Here are some options to consider:

  • New Home Developments
    Consider choosing a territory that overlaps with new housing developments. New homes will mean new homeowners eager to make their house a home, which can start with brand new blinds.
  • Affluent Suburbs
    Upper middle class, suburban areas tend to make larger purchases. Larger houses can mean more window treatments, and affluent areas can mean pricier window treatments at more profit to you.
  • Older Neighborhoods
    A good potential market that may not be as obvious is older neighborhoods. Older homes can require more renovation, which can include new window treatments or blind repairs.

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Discover the Exciting Franchising Opportunities Available to You!

Get in touch with Bloomin’ Blinds today to learn more about franchising with us. Our blind, shade, and shutters franchise offers business owners and entrepreneurs around the United States the chance to discover freedom and financial success through profitable franchising. We’re proud of our commitment to our franchisees and our family style of business.

We’d love for you to become part of our successful team. Let us tell you more.

Michael Kupfer

Michael is the Online Marketing Manager at FBR, specializing in search and email marketing, while also helping to create much of FBR's webinar programs and content. When not at the office, Michael spends his time running, hiking the White Mountains with his wife, watching baseball, and serving as a volunteer tutor at the Dover Adult Learning Center.

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