Commercial customers must remain compliant with building and fire protection codes in order to remain in operation, and this franchise helps them do just that. HOODZ franchisees and their employees, clean restaurant exhaust systems.
HOODZ has already opened
locations in markets such as Atlanta, Tampa, Raleigh and Houston. With
more than 50 HOODZ locations now in development as part of its
strategic expansion, the company is anticipating even more explosive
growth in 2010, and is poised to reach 150 total franchise locations by
"The recent downturn of the economy has potential franchisees looking
toward sustainable concepts like HOODZ, which continues to adapt and
thrive in the growing kitchen exhaust cleaning market," said John
Rotche, President of HOODZ International and the BELFOR Franchise
Group. "We've created a business model that continues to flourish,
regardless of the economic conditions, because commercial kitchens and
restaurants need their kitchen hoods cleaned and maintained in
accordance with local health inspectors as well adhering to the
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 96."
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