About Art Recovery Technologies (ART)
Liquid Capital: $100,000
Net Worth Requirement: $500,000
Franchise Fees: $25,000
Training and Support: Available
Home Office: Livonia, MI
CEO: Chris Ring
Investement Range $138,700 - $253,000
About Art Recovery Technologies (ART) Franchise
Welcome to your opportunity to explore Art Recovery Technologies (ART). We’re glad that you are interested in learning more about our amazing franchise opportunities. As you dive into each section of this site, you will find critical information accompanied by videos to help you identify if an ART franchise is a good fit for you.
Reasons to Invest
Growing Concept with National Opportunities, Creating Repeat Business
Art Recovery Technologies (ART) is a growing concept that will be the first art restoration company to have a national presence through multiple outlets across the United States. ART is a sister company to Electronic Restoration Services (ERS). As the largest electronics restorer in the U.S., ERS has already ventured down the path of creating national relationships with insurance carriers and contractors alike. Part of the expansion plan of ART includes pursuing these same relationships. We know that once you establish these relationships, they often lead to additional opportunities.
As of today, ART faces very little organized competition across the U.S. Most of our competition is fragmented, mom and pop-style competitors. The territories that ART offers are large protected territories which allow for a fast expansion across the U.S., allowing ART to seize the opportunity to be a leader in the industry of art recovery and restoration.
Fortunately, ART is part of the restoration industry which means that the business model is recession resistant by nature. Openings for a life-changing event present themselves to ART through such avenues as fire or water damages. The homeowner that deals with such occurrences works with insurance adjustors and contractors to restore their home and contents to pre-loss conditions. This simply means that the insurance company is the one that usually pays on the claim.
Make a difference
Our ART franchisees have the pleasure of being one of the heroes on-site, because most people that have art and collectables hold those items very dear to them. When our work is done, our customers are very excited to see their possessions return often in better shape than pre-loss conditions.
At ART, we believe that our franchise partners need to have large protected territories that maximize their opportunity to seek profit with a reasonable up-front investment. We provide for a protected territory of 2.0M population. The investment for this territory is $40,000. If a candidate chooses to pursue additional territories, we do offer a 20% discount for additional territories. There is also an initial package that is required for our franchisees to perform their work. This initial package is currently priced at $45,500. A total initial investment of $145,000.
ART offers an Initial Training period of two weeks. You will find that during this two week period time flies by rather quickly. You will be learning about the business of ART and will also have a chance to understand what is involved with the restoration and conservation of art.
Although your initial training is an intricate part of the process, it’s only the beginning. After your first training occurs, we will have one of our staff members join you on-site shortly after the launch of your business. We will also provide you with the following Ongoing Support:
- Technical Support for your staff regarding process and procedures for necessary work functions
- IT support for your systems
- Business consulting for the operations of your business
- Educational Conventions
- Educational Regional Meetings
- Educational Webinars
- Marketing and Sales support
- Advanced training for additional ART levels
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