Running an electrical franchise has never been easier, with some fantastic benefits included. Apart from running your own company and managing your own time and workload, you can also grow your business with the added security of a financially established organisation behind you. There is plenty of training and support included too, so you don’t need years of experience to get involved.
Electrical Plus Lift are now expanding, and we have a variety of new franchise opportunities right now in several locations. If you want to join with us as we continue our expansion across the UK, we would like to hear from you.
Who is Electrical Plus
Have you ever considered starting your own business but didn’t know how? Perhaps you already own an electrical business and want to explore how franchising could take your operation to the next level. Whatever your goals, Electrical Plus Lift provides a proven business model backed by unrivalled franchise support.
You don’t need to be an electrician to start an Electrical Plus Lift franchise. Our business owners are leaders, managing valued employees and building essential business relationships. Our proven systems and dedicated support provide a base for you to take control of your business.
Whether you are a qualified electrician or a forward-thinking investor, partnering with Electrical Plus Lift is a smart decision that stands to benefit your business.
Electrical Plus Lift Ltd is an electrical contractor based in London providing lift installation and maintenance services.
We go the extra mile to ensure that all jobs undertaken run smoothly and are completed as quickly as possible.
Electrical Franchise Opportunity
Whether it's new build houses or home improvements, people in the UK are in dire need of electricians. The amount of qualified electrical engineers isn't sufficient to satisfy the overall demand and consumers are looking for trusted, reputable tradesmen to carry out electrical work.
From changing a light fitting all the way to a full building rewire, the work is waiting to be done with customers often let down by electricians who can pick and choose the best work. This is thanks to a seemingly endless supply of electrical jobs both big and small.