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How Ceiling Cleaning Works

Nano-Concepts is the premier ceiling restoration provider for small businesses

Nano-Clean is the alternative to ceiling replacement. By utilizing our environmentally responsible, detergent-based solutions and techniques, the Nano-Clean process saves the business community significant money and restores ceilings to their original splendor. Painting or purchasing new ceiling tiles is not cost-effective for the small business owner, and the Nano-Clean technology is proven to be highly effective in restaurants, nursing homes, hospitals, cafeterias and any ceiling where the buildup of grease, fumes and smoke can discolor the ceiling and lead to a buildup of bacteria that is a source of odors and unhealthy for employees.

Jim Thiede, a Nano-Concepts owner-operator in Michigan, has made a successful career based solely on cleaning the ceilings of commercial businesses with our proprietary Nano-Clean technology.

“When I looked at different services franchises and brands, I realized that Nano-Concepts offered the best return on investment, the most company support and a viable future,” Jim says. “With ceiling cleaning, there isn’t a lot of competition, which makes it relatively easy to win business. By starting with the demand in my community, I have been able to forge relationships with several national chain restaurants, who hire me to clean the ceilings of their stores all across the country. The margins are very high, and because you only need one other employee, this business became quite profitable very quickly and has remained profitable for several years.”

We provide exceptional training and ongoing support

You don’t necessarily need a background in commercial cleaning to own a Nano-Concepts business. We want to partner with good people who are passionate and committed to taking care of their customers and who want to become a valued part of their community. Once the decision is made to become a Nano-Concepts owner-operator, we provide a tremendous amount of coaching and resources to prepare our recruits to be successful in their new businesses.

“We host all new owner-operators for a day of training at our headquarters in Daytona Beach, Florida,” says Steve Sewell, Vice President of Business Development with Nano-Concepts. “Most people can become an expert in just a few hours of hands-on training. We really focus on developing business plans. We help with marketing materials to help you launch your business. Alongside our online training seminars, we also speak to every owner-operator in the first 90 days (at the 30-day, 60-day, and 90-day marks) of their business to ensure that everything is on track.”

The time is now to open your Nano-Concepts business

Becoming an owner-operator with Nano-Concepts is more than an opportunity to own a potentially lucrative business. This is an opportunity to enhance your lifestyle and secure the future for your family. It starts with the strength of our business model:

  • Low-investment opportunity: a Nano-Concepts business can be charged on a credit card
  • Recession-resistant business: demand for service is rapidly growing
  • Low inventory, low number of employees, no office required
  • Scalable and proven processes
  • Reasonable business hours (great work/life balance)
  • No prior experience required; easy to become an expert
  • Minimal labor involved

With the total investment for a Nano-Concepts slip-and-fall solutions business priced at $12,500, a ceiling restoration business priced at $9,995, and the germ-free solution business priced at less than $7,000, Nano-Concepts offers three low-investment opportunities with high potential returns. With more than 400 locations in North America and abroad, the Nano-Concepts brand is ramping up for a nationwide and international expansion. The time to bring Nano-Concepts to your community is now.

 

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