For the sixth time in seven years, Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning has been recognized in Franchise Business Review’s annual Franchisee Satisfaction Awards, the only national ranking of franchise opportunities based exclusively on franchisee satisfaction and performance data.
Already securely established as one of the nation’s fastest-growing carpet cleaning franchises with more than 270 locations throughout the United States and Canada, Oxi Fresh was ranked as No. 39 in the 2015 list.
“Providing franchisees with the best possible support has always been a major priority for Oxi Fresh. It’s why we invest so much time into creating rigorous training tools, developing marketing solutions, and implementing new business management systems,” said Jonathan Barnett, founder and CEO of Oxi Fresh. “Everyone here wants our franchisees to achieve their financial dreams and goals, and we’re willing to do anything to help make that happen.”
For this year’s top franchise list, Franchise Business Review surveyed over 26,000 actual franchise owners, representing more than 350 leading franchise brands in a variety of business sectors. The survey included 40 benchmark questions related to training & support, franchisor-franchisee relations, financial opportunity, business lifestyle and overall satisfaction and other franchisee demographics.
Oxi Fresh’s appearance on the list follows a phenomenal year that marked unprecedented growth and success in the company’s nine-year history. Oxi Fresh opened an impressive 55 green carpet cleaning units in 2014 – including its first two Canadian locations – which is more than the total number of new locations from the previous two years combined. In addition, Oxi Fresh completed its 500,000th job, saving a remarkable 25 million gallons of water in the process with its green, oxygen-powered carpet cleaning system.
In 2014, Oxi Fresh was also ranked in the Entrepreneur 500 list for the fifth time in as many years and was named one of America’s Best Franchises to Buy, according to Forbes Magazine’s first-ever list of the best and worst franchises in America.