At a Glance
- Founded: 2013
- Locations: 120
- Initial Investment: $ 74 K - $ 96 K
- Headquarters: Northbrook, IL
- Category: Home Products & Services Pest Control
At Mosquito Hunters, one of the accomplishments we’re most proud of is a business model that’s streamlined, simple, and appealing to investors from all kinds of backgrounds. Whether you’re ready to be a hands-on, full-time owner/operator, or you just want to supplement your existing income, when you open a mosquito control franchise with Mosquito Hunters you’ll join a known and respected brand and a company fully committed to your success!
What Makes an Ideal Mosquito Hunters Franchisee?
What does it take to open a mosquito control franchise with Mosquito Hunters? Among other things, we look for financial stability and a clean record. But perhaps more importantly, we also look for the intangibles that help to define the Mosquito Hunters culture.
If you see yourself in the description below, chances are you’d make a great Mosquito Hunter!
While our model can work well for semi-absentee owners (in which case, you’ll want to hire a manager to handle daily operations), we believe relationships with clients, employees, vendors, and the local community are at the heart of a successful Mosquito Hunters franchise, and that’s where our franchisees spend the majority of their time.
A Seasonal Business with Recurring Revenue
Ask any of our franchisees what they love most about being a Mosquito Hunter and nine times out of ten they’ll tell you it’s the freedom — the freedom to plan their work around their life, the freedom to be make important business decisions on their own, and the freedom that comes with recurring revenue. Mosquito Hunter customers generally schedule treatment of their properties every month, and for months in advance. This gives franchisees the security of recurring revenue and the opportunity plan ahead.
Once the treatment season ends, franchisees often take advantage of much-needed downtime to recharge and reconnect with friends and family. The off-season is also a perfect time to dial up networking with community members and potential customers, and to think about how to best capitalize on our growing industry.