“Developing myself, the earnings and what I can achieve for my family have been the most positive aspects for me. It’s been hard work, but I will re-sign my franchise for another five years without hesitation.”
“You do your first £65,000 month, then you hit £75k, £85k and suddenly you’re at your first £100k. That never gets old. Then you get to £130k and £150k – I still get a real kick out of that even 10 years on.”
“I’d had a franchise before and spent years researching different franchise opportunities. Dream Doors stood out for me and ticked all the boxes. Their standards are high and the products are first rate.”
“In my business life I’ve received a lot of training, but the support we’ve had from Dream Doors has been more professional than anything I’ve experienced before. It’s also a superb business model.”
Despite the challenges of 2020, Dream Doors has exceeded all expectations with new, bigger showrooms and higher monthly turnover to name a few of the highlights.
Elite Franchise, the definitive platform for the franchise sector, has placed Dream Doors in the top 20 of the UK’s best franchisors.
Two Dream Doors showrooms broke the £1million turnover barrier before December.
In another record breaking month, a total of Seventeen Dream Doors franchisees have broken the £100,000 barrier in October.
Keeping an eye on the competition in the world of franchising led Andy Wilkinson to launch his own Dream Doors showroom.
Dream Doors Franchisee
Launching a Dream Doors kitchen showroom weeks before a national lockdown has not stopped Neil O’Boyle achieving a high turnover.
Dream Doors Gateshead and Sunderland