two trades brands franchising

Two trades brands primed to grow through franchising

Sarah Stowe

There are two fresh faces on the building, construction and trades scene. There are decades of experience backing both businesses although their business models are recent developments.

Fenceology is a relative newcomer. The family business started out in Melbourne in 2020 but is backed by more than 20 years combined experience.

Since then it has proved its viability during the pandemic.

Fenceology provides fencing services to both residential and commercial properties – think pool fences, timber and Colorbond fences.

The franchisor embraces technology to boost franchise efficiencies and enhance the customer experience.

Trades brand experienced in industrial solutions

Maximus operates in the niche sector of fluid transfer and fluid power solutions. It was the first company to create a one-stop industrial solutions hub, merging hydraulic, industrial, irrigation and water products.

It has distributed own-brand products and accessories since 2011. Now its new model is ready for expansion through franchising.

This retail-based business houses more than 20,000 product lines. The franchisor helps new owners find a site and set up shop, with a digital toolbox the guide to optimising business performance.

It’s been operating for decades, observicing a steady demand for fluid power and transfer products from a large customer base.

Choosing the franchise option for growth provides new owners with a proven system, built-in resources, and ongoing support.

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