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Home Service Franchises

Home service franchises provide customer conveniences that help manage many of life's tasks. From lawn care franchises that maintain beautiful, green grass to locksmith business opportunities that provide emergency lockout services, these franchises all perform a unique, valuable service that saves time and money for busy homeowners.

As experienced franchise lawyers, Mulcahy LLP can help determine whether owning a home service franchise is the right fit for you. We have the knowledge needed to help clients identify the risks involved in buying a franchise. We can also provide clients with comprehensive legal guidance throughout their business endeavor. When franchisees are ready to sell their business or want to get out of a franchise contract, we can facilitate the sale or initiate discussions with the franchiser.

Our clients include people interested in buying:

  • Handy man franchises
  • Home security frranchises
  • Plumbing Service Franchises
  • Window Franchises
  • HVAC Service Franchises
  • Landscaping Service Franchises

Home services franchises are a profitable and stable business. You will provide consumers with a convenient and sought-after service. If you interested in learning more about owning and operating a home services franchise, contact us to schedule a consultation.



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