Residential Cleaning Firm Maid Right Seeks Executives for Master Franchise Expansion in Columbus

John Tabellione

Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

Maid Right Franchising, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Premium Franchise Brands, has announced plans to expand its growing network, and is seeking C-suite professionals to become investors in the Columbus market. 

Scott Thompson, Vice President of Franchise Development, notes, “The home cleaning business is a $4.1 billion industry with a strong growth rate. Maid Right has awarded approximately 30 Master as well as 100 Local Unit Franchises in less than four years since our founding, and has been recognized as one of the fastest growing residential cleaning franchises in North America.”

“The Columbus area represents an ideal demographic profile and we are currently offering two Regional Master Franchise opportunities – one in the north and one in the south. Each opportunity will allow the respective investors to use their transferable executive skill sets to develop a team of local owners to perform residential cleaning needs.” 

As an emerging brand, Maid Right has benefited from modeling itself after its sister company, JAN-PRO (a top-ranked, global leader in franchised commercial and janitorial services), and adapting that professional expertise, best practices and techniques for its home-cleaning customers.

“For example, Maid Right has adapted JAN-PRO’s EnviroShield® disinfectant technology, an eco-friendly, EPA-rated system that eliminates odors and 99.99 percent of microbes, bacteria and viruses,” says Thompson. “It’s the same technology that we use in hospitals, surgical centers, dentists’ offices, and day care centers on the commercial side, and we’ve modified it to provide homeowners with an unparalleled level of protection and ease of mind when it comes to ridding germs from their households.”

Additionally, Maid Right operators utilize Eco-Lab backpack HEPA filtration vacuums to ensure floors get maximum suction while minimizing dust particles. The company also employs a color-coded, microfiber cleaning cloth system that prevents cross contamination from room to room.

Beyond superior processes and proprietary technology, another area of differentiation for Maid Right is a dedication toward professionalism, extensive training, and attention paid to security procedures of its bonded, insured owner operators.

Thompson explains that, as a Regional Master Franchisee, the owner is responsible for generating all Unit Franchise sales, and typically hires 3-5 employees: a Customer Relationship Manager(s); a Franchise Business Consultant/Trainer; and, an In-home Estimator. 

The Maid Right corporate office provides the market studies, a channel guide and a marketing playbook, as well as ongoing support in areas such as training, technology and operations. 

Thompson hopes to award the Columbus Master Franchises by October. “What we really want is someone with a strong servant leadership mentality – someone who wants to be involved in their community and create meaningful opportunities for others while growing a scalable business over time”

Prospective owners will go through a mutual evaluation process in four stages: introduction; education, planning; and commitment. Minimum financial requirements include a net worth of $1 million and $200,000 in liquidity. Qualified interested parties may contact Thompson at 678-336-1786, or by sending an email to him at

About John Tabellione

John Tabellione is an award-winning, professional business writer, complemented by over twenty-five years of strategic communication responsibilities as a Marketing, New Business Development and National Account Sales Executive in consumer goods and commercial industries. 

Experience with Fortune 500 companies, as well as with smaller firms and non-profits, encompassing a variety of products, including those of Georgia-Pacific, Kimberly-Clark and Stanley Works. 

John has a B.A. in English from Fairfield University and an MBA in Marketing from the University of Hartford. In addition, he has studied Russian at the Defense Language Institute at Syracuse University, and Italian language and culture at Kennesaw State University.