Oven cleaning franchise launches three new branches

OvenGleamers set to double its numbers as new franchises open in Peterborough, Norwich and Medway

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OvenGleamers, the premium oven cleaning franchise, has signed three new units in the last three weeks.

Martin Lee of Peterborough, Jim Gibbons from Norwich and Tony Antoniou Medway have become the latest franchisees to launch territories.

OvenGleamers was launched in the UK in 2004 by Graham Rogers and has developed into a 17 unit franchise. The company offers a domestic oven cleaning service from a van, and also covers microwaves, hobs and BBQs.

The franchise is looking to expand its network, with plans to double the number of ‘gleamers’ within the next year. Currently franchise packages start at £16,995 (plus VAT), which includes a 10-day training course, marketing and PR launch, and an individual website.

New franchisee, Lee, added that another incentive to join OvenGleamers is the on-going support from Rogers:

“The oven cleaning sector is still in growth phase and having researched all the options in the marketplace, I believe OvenGleamers offered the best quality equipment, training and on-going support and training. The OvenGleamers franchise package includes significantly more than the competition.

“I especially liked the fact that Graham Rogers and his wife Catherine are hands-on in the business not only supporting and guiding the franchisees but also running their own successful multi-van oven cleaning business.”

For more information on becoming a franchisee, check out OvenGleamers website here.


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