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Category: RenuKrete Franchise Costs

On May 25th, 2020

The Top 4 Reasons why to buy a Franchise in a Recession

Investing in yourself and in a new business opportunity when times are tough might seem counterintuitive, but history and research show that those owners who remain steadfast in their convictions with regard to their business will come out stronger when the business climate turns positive. The fact is, many small business owners run for cover ...

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On May 18th, 2020

Thinking about starting your own business?

The entrepreneurial spirit thrives in many of us. The idea of owning one’s own business holds a lot of allure for anyone who has ever worked for another company and dreamed about being the boss of their own business. There are many ways to achieve this end. However, the one thing required across the spectrum ...

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On May 11th, 2020

Searching for a concrete franchising opportunity? A RenuKrete® franchise sculpts success.

Many people possess an entrepreneurial spirit, but it’s the individuals who are driven to succeed who make working for themselves a reality. If you haven’t developed an original product or don’t see any future in being just another me-too service business, one pathway to owning your own business is to research the best franchising opportunities ...

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On May 4th, 2020

How a customer saved $10,000 upgrading their concrete floor

Even though most of our ECF (Engineered Concrete Floor) installations are in commercial buildings, we also work in single-home residences. In this example, one of our RenuKrete crews gave a home owner in Bergen County, NJ a fresh, warm and welcoming basement floor, without breaking the budget. Years ago, someone had installed ceramic tile on ...

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On April 27th, 2020

How a warehouse floor turned into an office floor

Sometimes we get approached by customers with unique requests. Here, a warehouse was supposed to be turned into an office space. The warehouse concrete floor had sen better days, but it was solid, meaning it had few cracks, good level and decent flatness. Just a few holes and bolts from floor-mounted equipment from a previous ...

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