Mr. Electric® Franchise Opportunities – Align with the Mr. Electric, the UK Electrical Franchise Industry Leader
Is your existing business or job providing you a positive income and wealth? Does it afford you a good quality of life? Are you able to grow and innovate with your current business strategy? Do you have an exit strategy for when you wish to retire or sell your business?
If you answered no to any of these questions, then it’s time to consider opening a Mr. Electric franchise. Mr. Electric is a world-class electric service and repair company with a network of almost 200 franchise locations worldwide serving residential and commercialcustomers. With Mr. Electric’s professional franchise system, you can learn how to find new customers, gain market share over your local competition, and take your business to a new level.
Our national partnerships provide franchise owners a local competitive edge. Mr. Electric is the official preferred electrical services partner for AA Insurance, The Warranty Group, Home Assistance UK and HomeServe amongst others; and are registered with the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (N.I.C.E.I.C.) and the Electrical Safety Register.
As a Mr. Electric franchisee, you will have access to a proven business format, equipped with marketing and public relations support, research in to new services and operation methods and the support of a dedicated franchise consultant to keep you on the right track.We’ll provide on-going training in our World Class Frontline Service System, designed to give your customers the best possible experience, and our Code of Values® to keep your business focused on what matters most.
Your customers won’t wait for you to move forward, so why should you? Contact us today to find out if a Mr. Electric franchise is available in your area.
More About The Electrician Industry
The professionals in the electrician industry install and monitor the electrical and power systems anywhere from residential to industrial settings. Everyone depends on the professionalism and skills of electricians to have the light and power needed to maintain a stable work and home life. As you might have imagined, this task is typically no easy one and can be dangerous without proper training, but is also very rewarding.
The kinds of systems electricians work with include wiring, circuit boards and electronics. Electricians typically require a blueprint of the area before they can begin working on it. Blueprints essentially map out where specific wires are located in a circuit. Electricians use this blueprint to target problem wiring. Some of the tools involved in installing and repairing wiring include basically well-known tools such as conduit benders, pliers and screwdrivers, but they also use more involved tools such ammeters, ohmmeters and voltmeters.
Because of the advanced tools and knowledge required and the general dangerous and highly technical nature of an electrician's job, extensive training and certification is required before one can even begin practicing. All electricians must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. before they can progress to higher forms of training. For state and local electricians, an exam must be taken to test each trainer's knowledge of the National Electrical Code, electric and building codes by state and region in addition to general electrical theory. Examination and certifications for public electricians are a bit more involved and usually require a certification of master electrician. Education and training never really ends once you become an electrician because the industry is constantly advancing and workers must stay up to date in order to be successful. Electricians in training require extensive hours of classroom training in addition to apprenticeship and on-the-job training with another trained electrician.
Many electricians travel to different areas as they are needed. The job of an electrician isn't the same every day because a lot of the work is on-call, emergency work from unexpected electrical failures or complications due to the aftermath of a storm. When you join Mr. Electric, the benefits are clear: best business and technical support, and partner with some of the biggest names in home improvement and electrical contracting. Read more about an electrical franchise opportunity with Mr. Electric.
Interviews with Mr. Electric Franchise Owners
Since his dad opened their first electrical business over twenty-five years ago, Colt Easley can honestly say he’s been in the industry all his life. When his father decided to diversify the family business to include residential service, he opened a Mr. Electric franchise and asked Colt to manage the store. Here, Colt talks about his experience. Read more
According to Richard Tanner, it’s all about making a plan and sticking to it. As a high school student in Mobile, he dreamed of opening an electrical supply company. After graduation, he discovered that he enjoyed the hands-on service, installation and repair side of the business more. He quickly became Alabama’s youngest active master electrician just after his 26th birthday. Read more
Crystal River, Florida
Dale and Diana Yox of Crystal River, Florida have been part of the Mr. Electric family since March 2006. Dale has 28 years of electrical experience and had been in the industry for 21 years when they decided to improve their business by purchasing a Mr. Electric franchise. Read more
Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
A leading Canadian Mr. Electric franchise owner, Derek Groves proves that the same business model that has made others a success in the United States works well across international boundaries. Read more
Mike and Donna Muhlman
As the first-ever Mr. Electric franchise, this trailblazing Texas couple still finds that sticking to the system and networking within the franchise are keys to success. Read more
Andrew Moubray was born and raised in Dresden Tennessee. He earned a degree in Spanish and a minor in entrepreneurship from the University of Tennessee-Martin. He has been a police officer for the past seven years in various counties across the state. After he was injured in an accident, he decided to go back to trade school and focused on receiving his electrician’s license. Read more