Take a look below to see if your Color World Home Service Franchising questions have been answered.


Take a look below to see if your questions have been answered.

What backgrounds/skills are you looking for in a new Color World Franchise Owner?

We’re looking for people with a strong entrepreneurial spirit, with excellent management skills, and an appetite to grow their home service franchise business.

What is the cost to open a Color World?

The total initial investment to open a Color World is between $84K and $167K, depending on how quickly the Owner is looking to grow their business.

What Is the Franchise Fee?

$49,500 for a single unit.

How much can I make?

We are proud of our industry-leading unit economics and look forward to discussing those with you. Unfortunately, we cannot legally disclose these numbers outside of our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). To obtain this document and review all the juicy details, we will first need you to complete a Confidential Questionnaire.

What Kind of Support is Provided?

At Color World, our Home Service Franchise Owners are provided the following types of support:


  • Marketing
  • Ongoing operational support
  • Accounting and financial coaching
  • Contractor hiring
  • Sales and retention
Are There Ongoing Fees?

Yes, Franchise Owners in the Color World system pay a monthly royalty equal to 6% of gross sales. The fee entitles you to continued use of the Color World name and trademarks, access to our operating systems, new product development, ongoing training and support, and other benefits the come along with being a Franchise Owner in the Color World organization.

How Long Will It Take To Open My New Business?

Our dynamic home service franchising model allows a quick ramp-up when compared to the competition. We are proud of our highly systematized training and onboarding program. As a result, we can often get our Franchise Owners up and running in less than two months.

How Many Employees Will I Need?

To begin, an owner could run a territory by themselves. For every 3 or 4 sub-contracting crews that are full time, you will need 1 staff member in an admin or management role to help manage the workflow. For example: If your home improvement franchise business has 8 painting crews, 1 gutter install crew, and 1 carpenter, you would need about 3 employees doing different tasks to manage the work. The different roles we use are administrative assistants, production managers, sales, and operations managers.

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