Since its launch in 2006, Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning® has been steadily becoming an industry leader, earning numerous awards and reaching important growth milestones. In 2014, the company experienced levels of growth and success unmatched in the company’s nine-year history.
Recognized as one of the nation’s fastest-growing carpet cleaning franchises, Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning opened an impressive 55 locations in 2014, which is more than the total number of new locations from the previous two years combined.
This remarkable growth wasn’t restricted to the United States. In 2014, Oxi Fresh launched its international expansion plans and opened its first two Canadian locations. As of today, there are over 270 locations throughout the United States and Canada.
Partly thanks to this growth, Oxi Fresh was able to reach two more important milestones in 2014 – completing its 500,000th job and saving a remarkable 25 million gallons of water. With its green, oxygen-powered carpet cleaning system, Oxi Fresh only needs two gallons of water to clean a whole home compared to the 40-50 gallons used by many other carpet cleaners. This incredible water conservation not only protects the environment, but also ensures that customers get one of the fastest dry times in the industry: one hour on average.
Another of the company’s important 2014 achievements was that it was recognized by Forbes magazine as the #3 Best Franchise to Buy in America. Oxi Fresh competed with more than 3,000 chains nationwide and earned its high position thanks to the demand for the brand, success of existing franchisees, and high levels of franchisor support.
“We are extremely proud of the growth of the company and the accomplishments we have achieved thus far,” said Oxi Fresh founder and CEO Jonathan Barnett. “Our progress serves as a solid foundation on which we can continue to build the brand. We are more excited than ever about Oxi Fresh’s future and we plan on raising the bar even further.”
Company plans call for opening as many as 70 locations this year throughout the United States and Canada.