Just like our “Doors That Open Like Magic,” new Aladdin Doors® franchises have opened across the country.
Meet our new franchise family in Texas and Canada:
- Mark Guzman – Houston, Texas
- Neeraj Ahuja and Ashok Patel – Edmonton, Alberta Canada
As an Aladdin Doors® Franchise owner, I get to do two of my favorite things: talk to people and tinker with stuff. I have been in the service industry most of my life so joining the Aladdin family is a natural transition. I have managed teams of 40+ employees as well as worked as an independent contractor. With my wife of 25 years working along side me, we will achieve success in the Houston market.
While working in customers homes over the last 3 decades I have learned two very important things: customers want to be heard and they want to be treated with honesty, integrity, and compassion. By nature, I treat everyone like that on a daily basis. I believe honesty and sincerity create the foundation for success in life and business. We are excited about our future with the Aladdin Doors® Franchise.
After receiving an MBA and Masters in Advance Technology Management, I began my professional career with a windows and doors company, known as one of the top 50 best managed companies of North America.
My dream has always been to become a successful business man and to own my company. With over 10 years in management and leadership, I knew that this was the right time to put my experience and technical knowledge into action and join the Aladdin Doors® franchise family.
I’m excited about this new opportunity and look forward to growing with the company throughout Edmonton and the surrounding areas.
Partnering with Neeraj Ahuja in Edmonton is Ashook Patel. With a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Ashook’s 20 years of maintenance experience made him a great fit for the Aladdin Doors® opportunity. His last position was also at a windows and doors company which will make for a perfect transition into the garage door industry.
Welcome aboard Mark, Neeraj and Ashook!
COMING SOON to the Aladdin Doors® Franchise Family
Northwest Calgary, Canada • New Mexico • Nevada • California
For further information on franchise opportunities, please contact:
Patrick Rutten, Executive Vice President, Franchising
Aladdin Doors Franchising, Inc
844.612.6333 • email@example.com
Aladdin Doors® franchise opportunities are easy to learn, manage and grow.
Our management team at Aladdin Doors® has created a business model with unrivaled customer loyalty, and that’s the advantage we provide for our franchise owners. Combined with a solid business model, a relatively low investment requirement, and a vital, year-round market, an Aladdin Doors® franchise can be an exceptional opportunity for a hard-working, business-minded individual.
Aladdin Doors® offers extensive support to our franchise owners, helping them get started to grow and grab market share. “We care about our customers, and we want to treat each one as an individual to achieve total customer satisfaction,” says CEO Al Abdelaal. “The best way to do that is by making sure our franchisees are happy.”
Aladdin Doors® is pleased to announce the appointment of Patrick Rutten as Executive Vice President, effective immediately. Patrick has a long and successful career in the franchise industry with most recently, a garage door franchise system that brought on over 45 franchises in 3 ½ years. His major task and responsibility with Aladdin Doors® will be to combine all aspects of franchise marketing, sales and communications.
“Our plans,” said Patrick, “are to grow the system with good qualified individuals who see this as a mean full business venture, and a business where you are in business for yourself, not by yourself.”
“The overhead door industry is currently valued at $5 Billion annually in North America. This is an industry that can evolve from residential garage door sales and service to light commercial very quickly. The opportunity is huge,” said Patrick.
Aladdin Doors® formed in 2004, is poised to deliver franchise business opportunities to selected markets and expand the concept of a leading garage door sales and service company. Entrepreneurs, as franchisees, will have the power to shape their individual businesses while at the same time, have the full support of the management team at the Rolling Meadows, IL corporate office.
Al Abedelaal, CEO, says, “Expanding into other markets across the United States and Canada has always been the aim of our company. The vision of having an Aladdin Doors® franchise partner in hundreds of locations throughout North America is our goal.”
Patrick Rutten concurs, noting, “Aladdin Doors® has separated itself from the typical independent door company and delivers much more to its customers. We believe the customer experience begins with the first call or the first visit to our website.” (www.aladdingaragedoors.com)
, we now have 12 franchises and 2 corporate locations. We are looking at an additional 6 to 8 new franchises opening in the next 3 to 4 months. Franchisees will gain practical help and guidance as they establish their new businesses at the Aladdin Doors® training facility in Rolling Meadows, IL.
Aladdin Doors® provides the reputation, the experience, the training, and the eye-catching brand. Bring your enthusiasm, your work ethic, and the capital and desire it takes to get a business off the ground; together we can grow the Aladdin Doors® brand into regional and national prominence.
For more information contact:
Patrick G. Rutten
Executive Vice President, Franchise
T: 844 612 6333
When Juan Garcia joined Aladdin Doors as a Garage Door technician 7 years ago, he had no idea he would later become a franchise owner in the same company he has been working for. Juan has always been one of the most respected, hardworking and trusted technician at Aladdin Doors, dedicating his work not only for his own success, but also for the benefit of the Aladdin Doors. He worked his way up the ladder as Assistant Director of Training of Franchisee, gaining the respect and support of local customers. When an opportunity emerged to buy his own Aladdin Doors Franchise, Juan jumped on it. He used the Low Investment to purchase an Aladdin Doors Franchise to start his own business, hoping later to see it growing into a huge success story, with many customers and garage door replacement & service to come.
Here in this Facebook post from Garcia’s Aladdin Doors of DuPage County Page, Juan stops to take a picture with his cats after installing a new garage door opener.
Juan began his work as an Aladdin Doors franchise owner in February 2015, and he has been enjoying being the boss ever since! To follow Aladdin Doors of DuPage County, visit the Facebook Page and website. Aladdin Doors provides an equal opportunity for everyone to apply as potential franchisee. If you have any questions about Aladdin Doors Franchise Opportunities, don’t hesitate call us at 1(888)325-2334.
Owning an Aladdin Doors Garage Door Service is a tremendous opportunity. We are seeking individuals who are motivated to run a successful business and to lead their team to financial profit.
With location flexibility and an easy-to-run operation built on simplicity and efficiency, our start-up costs are lower than most other franchise businesses. The initial franchise fee is $10,000, and total investment can be as low as $29,900. (For a single Territory*).
Aladdin Doors offers its franchisees more than just a name, logo and garage door service system- though that is quite a bit. We also offer tested and proven marketing campaigns that are ready to be used by our new franchise owners. Wherever you decide to open an Aladdin Doors Franchise, we will help you reach the right customers at the right time.
Hear what Mark Borlley, Aladdin Doors Franchise Owner in Kane County, have to say about his opportunity with Aladdin Doors:
From getting a business name to ordering a van and equipment, our proven Aladdin Doors program helps you prepare to start your business. Our rock-solid training and support then teaches you everything you need to know to start and grow your business.
According to IBIworld on the Garage Door Service Industry: “Consumers increased spending and investment in their homes, including upgrades to their garage doors. Consequently, industry revenue has experienced steady growth”.
Watch this video to learn about Aladdin Doors Franchise Business Opportunity and training 2 mins:
Aladdin Doors is proud to be one of the franchising companies that offer low cost investments in Chicago.
Our Vision is to become an industry leader in quick, high quality, and comprehensive garage door services. With our selective process of choosing the ideals franchisees, we will keep growing as long as we continue to embrace innovation and technology and exceed our customers’ expectations.
With Training, Support and hard work, a franchisee can reach potential high revenue within a short interval of time. One can be in business within 3 months.
Aladdin Doors offers to its franchisee these 3 Types of Support:
- Training: Available at headquarters: 12 days.
- Ongoing Support: Newsletter, Meetings, Toll-free phone line, Grand opening, Internet, Security/safety procedures, Field operations/evaluations, Purchasing cooperatives, Lease Negotiation
- Marketing Support: Co-op advertising, Ad slicks, National media, Regional advertising.
“Mark Brolley, Aladdin Doors of Kane County Franchise Owner, training in the field”
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- A Higher Chance of Success Than in a Sole ProprietorshipThat’s right. When you choose to buy a franchise, you choose to buy an established business that has already proved that it has the ability to survive and make money. Plus, you get full support, assistance in managing the business, initial training, advertising campaign and already established website on the internet.
- Brand Recognition
As of a marking perspective, you will have to spend less money on brand recognition because the business already established its name. In many cases, the customer would have already purchased or used the business service before, or even heard about it in the advertisement.
- Protected TerritoriesWhen you purchase a franchise unit, you will often enjoy exclusivity in a specific geographic region a county or several cities. This is an advantage as you make sure no other franchisee from the same business open in the same area as you are. Of course, the more you expand you area, the more you will benefit from this more.
Consider buying a franchise? Call us free of charge to ask more about franchising and it’s next steps at 1(888)325-2334 or submit your info to be reach by email here
If you are a Veteran and looking to operate your own business, then Aladdin Doors®, is definitely a franchise you should consider. Combined with a solid business model, relatively low investment requirements, and a vital, year-round market, an Aladdin Doors® franchise can be an exceptional opportunity for a leaders who have the dedication and the ability to work and operate their own franchise.
- Veterans Discount : Aladdin Doors® franchise offers incentives to veterans in the form of discounted startup costs.
- No Experience Required: You will be fully trained to know all about the garage door services and how to manage your own franchise. You will be operating your Aladdin Doors® franchise for yourself but you will never be by yourself. You will have a team of Aladdin Doors® experts backing you up each step of your way helping your business to flourish.
- High Potential Profit: A midrange garage door replacement may not be high on many wish lists; it’s one of those jobs that you do because it’s needed. But it adds curb appeal and function, and it pays back 71.9%, on average, of the $1,512 average cost. (Source: Remodeling Magazine’s 2011-2012 Cost vs. Value Report)
- Be in Business in 3 Months:
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Women may be the minority in the franchising world, but whether they are breaking into existing industries or franchising their own companies, many of them are paving the way for others to do the same.
“Women are amazing executers and we’re also amazing collaborators. If done correctly, franchising is an amazing community of collaboration,” says 20-year franchise industry veteran Nancy Bigley, the CEO and co-owner of Bottle & Bottega, an art instruction franchise. “You’re coming into a family. That’s super attractive to women, who always want to be a part of something bigger.”
While the latest figures on the gender breakdown in franchising are from 2007, they paint a telling picture of the course franchising has taken. In 2007, nearly 21 percent of franchises were owned by women, down 18 percent from 2002, according to a survey by the International Franchise Association. While it may seem like the pool of women in franchising is shrinking, that’s not the case. Because the number of franchises co-owned by male and female partners surged 43 percent over the same time, the net result is that the number of franchises with a female owner actually increased to 45 percent from 42 percent over a period of five years.
For many of these women, the franchising community has proven to be one that breeds openness and mentorship.
“I hear people all the time say ‘do you mind if I call you and ask you some questions?’” says Bigley. “The response is always ‘absolutely.’”
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The openness is, in many ways built into the structure of franchising. While most small-business owners function primarily alone, franchisees are provided with the built-in community of the wider franchising industry as well as other franchisees.
“You’re in business for yourself, but not by yourself,” says Debbie Blacher, founder of Wholesome Tummies, a franchise that provides children with healthy lunches in schools. Franchisees have the unique opportunity to start a business with access to the experiences of a network of individuals going through remarkably similar processes.
In the case of emerging franchises, relationships between franchisees are especially critical to success. Wholesome Tummies provides franchisees with an online community chat to discuss challenges and successes. Mainstream Boutique, a franchised apparel retailer, encourages franchisees to partner with other successful franchisees, to create a mentorship and model for their own business.
“Because women in general are collaborative and want to create win-win relationships, we make wonderful franchisors,” says Stephanie Allen, co-founder of Dream Dinners, a meal-preparation service geared toward busy parents. “But, being a franchisor is completely different than starting and building your own business; you are not in control of your baby.”
Many women also saw franchising as uniquely suited for women as it provides control and flexibility.
“The franchise model is appealing to women who are in search of the financial security and flexibility that is becoming increasingly difficult to attain in the corporate world,” says Jo Kirchner, CEO of Primrose Schools, an education-focused daycare franchise. “Almost all of our owners say that spending more time with their families and finding a more rewarding career are the driving factors for investing in a childcare franchise.”
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While running a franchise is time intensive, it allows entrepreneurs to structure their time to fit their needs. “Franchising allowed me to create a system and manage it from my corporate office,” says Anna Phillips, founder of eyelash salon franchise The Lash Lounge and mother of two.
Further, franchises allow female entrepreneurs to pursue their passions. Whether franchising preexisting businesses or becoming franchisees, women in franchising reported being drawn first to their product. “You need to look at what you are passionate about, and maybe that is where you first start,” says Moran Family of Brands CEO Barbara Moran-Goodrich. Moran Family of Brands runs several franchised auto-related businesses.
Industry veterans report that women are joining the franchise industry increasingly in labors of love. Nancy Bigley, who was a senior director of operations at Dunkin’ Brands and regional manager for The Dwyer Group before co-founding Bottle & Bottega, says that she sees women entering franchising by starting businesses in untapped markets. Bigley’s own Bottle & Bottega allows individuals of all levels of artistic talent to enjoy a guided painting session and wine. Her business partner Stephanie King-Myers launched the company in 2009 after her own experience teaching a non-artistic friend how to paint while they shared some wine.
Lynn Tomms, a recent Pure Barre studio franchisee, described her and her business partner as “Pure Barre addicts,” prior to getting into the franchise. While the company’s business structure and franchising formula was critical in Tomms’ decision to open her own franchise, the initial draw was her own enjoyment of the Pure Barre workout.
More than anything, women in franchising advise other women not to be limited by stereotypes. “You want to look at all the different options and don’t limit yourself because you think, oh that’s something for men to do, or that’s something that only married people do together,” advises Moran-Goodrich, who has mentored women across the industry. “Women know just as much about vehicles as men do. Women have the ability to be empathetic and understanding… and they’re less likely to be trying to do everything on their own.”