The STCM franchise startup cost ranges from $87,250 to $140,265. Your total investment will be dependent primarily upon the equipment you need to get started and how much capital you’ll need for personal living expenses on a monthly basis. We also require candidates to have at least $25,000 in liquid assets
For more detailed information on startup costs and fees, please review the chart below.
|Type of Expenditure||Amount||Method of Payment||When Due||To Whom Payment is to be Paid|
|Initial Franchise Fee||$64,000||$64,000||Lump Sum||When you sign the Franchise Agreement||Us|
|Equipment(1)||$1,000||$3,000||As Agreed||As Incurred||Third Parties|
|Vehicle(2)||$0||$1,000||As Agreed||As Incurred||Third Parties|
|Vehicle Signage(3)||$500||$3,000||As Agreed||As Incurred||Third Parties|
|Registration and Taxes(4)||$750||$2,500||As Agreed||As Incurred||Third Parties|
|Computer Hardware and Software(5)||$500||$2,000||As Agreed||As Incurred||Third Parties|
|Office Equipment and Supplies(6)||$500||$1,500||As Agreed||As Incurred||Third Parties|
|Initial Call Center and Technology Fee(7)||$4,100||$4,100||As Agreed||Before Opening||Us|
|Initial Marketing Expenditures(8)||$2,500||$7,500||As Agreed||As Incurred||Third Parties|
|Business Licenses and Permits(9)||$500||$1,000||Before Opening||Before Opening||Third Parties|
|Professional Fees||$250||$2,500||As Incurred||As Incurred||Third Parties|
|Insurance(10)||$1,200||$1,600||As Agreed||As Incurred||Third Parties|
|Travel and Initial Training Expenses(11)||$1,450||$1,565||As Incurred||As Incurred||Third Parties|
|Opening Extension Fee(12)||$0||$3,000||As Incurred||As Incurred||Us|
|Additional Funds – 3 months(13)||$10,000||$42,000||As Agreed||As Incurred||Third Parties and Us|
|TOTAL ESTIMATED INITIAL INVESTMENT(14)||$87,250||$140,265|
I’d been in construction for 20 years but I got tired of not being able to pay all our bills. I found Todd online and applied to work for him. I watched the company grow for three years; then Todd offered me the chance to buy the Cincinnati branch and it was a no brainer.
My background is in commercial concrete. I worked in it for 28 years and was tired of the chaos. I came across an ad for a project manager job that Todd posted and it turned into a franchisee opportunity.
As the only national residential provider of concrete services, Sam The Concrete Man is positioned to establish market dominance.