ABOUT SUMMIT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS
Summit Environmental Solutions opened for business in 1991 as a pest control company. Many times our clients were hearing noises in the attic that they believed were small creatures like mice or rats were actually raccoons or squirrels. A couple of years later we expanded into the wildlife control area where we acquired a reputation as experts in safe wildlife removal. Since wildlife removal requires a different set of expertise we decided to concentrate on that industry segment. Our mission is to safely remove and displace wildlife that have become a nuisance to our clients. After many years of experience and perfecting removal and exclusion techniques, Summit became uniquely qualified to diagnose and treat virtually any scenario nuisance wildlife can create. We are here to resolve conflicts between nature and you..
The systems and procedures that have been developed to manage the business have strengthened the operating model and will allow for similar duplication in new markets.
Most areas have a need for Summit Environmental Solutions service offerings and would be able to sustain a franchise location.
WHY OWN A SUMMIT ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS?
1. OUR RECORD OF SUCCESS
You purchase a business concept that has already been tried and tested in the market since 1991. Summit Environmental Solutions has received nothing but 5-star reviews on Facebook and has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
2. TOTAL TRAINING & SUPPORT
Comprehensive training in all aspects of running the franchise will be given to you by the management team before and after launching your business. Summit will also continue ongoing research/development, which will stream down to each franchisee
3. PROFITABLE BUSINESS
Summit’s differentiators are vast. The concept with it’s unique marketing and advanced training and low employee overhead has the ability of generating strong cash flow for a potentially quick ROI.
4. IT’S LOW RISK
The risks of setting up an Animal Control franchised business are substantially reduced when compared to establishing a new business in the same market.
- Ongoing Research and Development