Conserva Irrigation seeks franchisees

August 2, 2017 -  By
Logo: Conserva Irrigation

Logo: Conserva Irrigation

Expanding its national footprint, Conserva Irrigation now is accepting potential franchise candidates.

Russ Jundt founded the Richmond, Va.-headquartered irrigation company in 2010—and did so on the principle of water conservation. Today, the company and its franchise model targets the repair and maintenance of both commercial and residential sprinkler systems.

“Having witnessed the unbelievable amount of water that is wasted annually by inefficient sprinkler systems, Conserva Irrigation was created to help customers conserve water while also keeping their lawns and landscape material both healthy and green,” Jundt said. “We are excited to offer qualified entrepreneurs nationwide an opportunity to join the Conserva family and capitalize on the growing demand for water efficient irrigation systems in order to help preserve a limited natural resource.”

The company is seeking single- and multi-unit operators with a range of experience levels, as well as those looking for add-on or conversion business opportunities. Potential franchisee candidates should be willing to invest between $43,550 and $80,250. Incentives also are available for veterans, multi-territory agreements and those with existing businesses or are an employee of an existing franchisee.

“Conserva Irrigation offers potential franchisees the opportunity to establish relationships with top brand names in the industry such as Toro, SiteOne Landscape Supply and HindSite Software,” Jundt added. “Our differentiated business model of professionalizing the irrigation industry through a nationally branded company coupled with our focus on service plans as a consistent revenue stream is a proven method to success.”

Conserva Irrigation currently operates in 32 territories around the country, including recently signed agreements for territories in Houston; Scottsdale, Ariz.; Lexington and Louisville, Ky.; and Richmond, Va. Conserva Irrigation’s franchise growth is backed by Outdoor Living Brands.

This article is tagged with , , and posted in Irrigation+Water Management

Comments are currently closed.