Adams County, CO Cleaning Businesses For Sale

Service - $85K Cash Flow - Work Only 5 Hours per WeekPassive: Make $80K+ working 5 hours per Week. This is 100% Real.
$215,000 Cash Flow: $85,217 Seller Financing
Service - $85K Cash Flow - Work Only 5 Hours per WeekPassive: Make $80K+ working 5 hours per Week. This is 100% Real.

Denver, CO

Full service house cleaning business; easy to run operation. Owner only works 5-8 hours per week and makes over $80K+ with limited work. New owner can easily continue to grow the business with minimal effort. Owner is responsible for general business/employee management; does not do any cleaning and minimal client contact. The business has a long term reputation (26 years) and strong recurring clientele focused on the North Denver metro/ Boulder area. 7 quality long term employees will stay on with the business – 6 have over 2 years with the business. Owner will train in all aspects of the business and will be available longer term to ensure a smooth transition. This is a great opportunity for an owner looking for stable cash flow or a starting point for a more active owner operator looking to expand the business. Impeccable bookkeeping; all numbers are verifiable. Automated scheduling and billing incorporated throughout business. Contact us for full details -- 303-829-9761. For more listings, please see www.denverbbs.com

Commercial Service Company - Over $90K Owner Cash Flow!Fantastic Value for a Great Opportunity!
$179,000 Cash Flow: $91,423
Commercial Service Company - Over $90K Owner Cash Flow!Fantastic Value for a Great Opportunity!

Thornton, CO

This is a great opportunity to own a Full-Service Commercial Janitorial Company that services the North Denver Metro Area. The company has a track record of profitability offering the following services: Marble Maintenance, Light Fixture Cleaning, Upholstery Cleaning, Green Cleaning Programs, Executive Office Cleaning, Telephone Sanitizing, Tile Floor Maintenance, Fluorescent Tube Replacement, Window Cleaning, Wall Washing, Matron/Porter Service, Special Cleaning Requests, Carpet Maintenance Programs, Complete Restroom Sanitation, Wood Maintenance, & Strip and Wax Tile Floor Service. Customer contracts in place. Low employee turnover. Easy to Run/Schedule with online scheduling and customer payment options available. Owner will train in all aspects of the business and will be available longer term to ensure a smooth transition. This is a great opportunity for an owner/operator looking for cash flow or a starting point for a more active owner looking to expand the business.

Service Business: $160K+ Cash Flow – Asking $299K.Consistent Growth in Sales - over $50K of Assets Included
$299,000 Cash Flow: $160,764
Service Business: $160K+ Cash Flow – Asking $299K.Consistent Growth in Sales - over $50K of Assets Included

Aurora, CO

Full service residential cleaning business; easy to run operation. Significant cash flow to the owner – making $160K per year – asking only $299K and price includes over $50K in vehicles. Owner does management only (no cleaning) and works only 30-35 hours/week. Business has a long-term reputation earned over 17 years in business – loyal, established and recurring clientele. Cleanings focused in SE Denver and surrounding metro area. The owner is retiring and moving out of state – there are no issues w/ the business – growing 10-15% per year for last 3 years. Stable group of loyal employees that will stay with the business. Owner will train in all aspects of the business and will be available longer term to ensure a smooth transition. This is a great opportunity for an owner looking for stable cash flow or a starting point for a more active owner operator looking to expand the business. Impeccable books; all numbers are verifiable – numbers are directly off the tax returns – no games. 4 vehicles valued at $50,000 and equipment valued at $4,000 and will be included in the asking price. Business has a 900 square foot shop allowing for storage of equipment, supplies, etc. This is a great opportunity to get into a quality, well run service business. Please contact us and we can provide additional detailed information. Mike/Greg: 303-809-6330.

25 Yr. Old Niche Fire, Water, Damage Restor., Mold Remed., Cf$1.35m2018 Breakout Yr. Since Invested $400K in new Tech./Operations. 2019 Should CF $
$3,500,000 Cash Flow: $1,350,000 Seller Financing
25 Yr. Old Niche Fire, Water, Damage Restor., Mold Remed., Cf$1.35m2018 Breakout Yr. Since Invested $400K in new Tech./Operations. 2019 Should CF $

Denver, CO

North Denver, Do you want the sales packet for this new company for sale? WATER, FIRE DAMAGE RESTORATION, MOLD REMEDIATION, HAIL AND ROOF, ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, MITIGATION, and GEN. CONTRACTING (Since 1994) Address: Denver, CO 80231 The Sales Price of the company is $3,500,000 and the seller will carry up to $500,000 over 3 years for a qualified buyer. This business will qualify for an SBA loan, but the buyer must have at least $700,000 of their OWN liquid funds available to put down. 2016 Cash Flow was $961,448 on sales of $5,551,980. 2017 is expected to be $1,050,000 on sales of $5,300,000. 2015 Cash Flow was $1,368,632 on sales of $6,931,665 2014 Cash Flow was $724,911 on sales of $4,382,428 2013 Cash Flow was $1,850,000 (est.) on sales of $6,492,781 (See all company financials prepared by CPA who has been with us for over 20 years.) YOU MUST see the 45 minute video interview with the owner in the data room. Email me if you want the financials on this offering. Selling for 3 X’s cash flow, but includes over $825,000 in assets at the closing completely DEBT FREE. There Are No Negative Disclosable Items: Representations and Warranties of the Company's Overall Standing. The company is in excellent standing. There are “no ghosts in this closet”! As stated above, we have NOT had 1 complaint about work completed that we did not fix and we have never failed on a job in any respect. When something has gone wrong in the past or wasn't done correctly, we have fixed it on our watch and our time. 100% of our customers have been completely satisfied in every respect. We have had no legal battles or lawsuits or pending violations of any sort. We have never had an OSHA violation. We have always had an excellent safety record with virtually no injuries for at least the past 7-10 years. We take worker safety very seriously and the seller is 100% committed to sign for Reps and Warrantees that provides a solid protection of the buyer in these areas. Finest Reputation: In terms of quality of work, we have the finest reputation and strongest working relationship with insurance companies, claims adjustors/inspectors, and customers. We always meet or exceed specifications for each job. We have a wide variety of contacts, property management companies, and professional associations that pump work to us every day. This is in addition to dozens of insurance companies that contact us every day to pursue work for them. In fact, almost 80% of our sales are generated from these sources. Only approximately 20% of our sales come from our proactive sales and marketing efforts. If we have 5-7 more salespeople out there pursuing new work, we could easily double our sales the seller insists. Diversity of Customers: We have no “customer concentration” problems, meaning not 1 of our customers is greater than 5% or 10% of our gross sales, for example. This is important because you never want to have all your “eggs in 1 basket” or a lot of your eggs in 1 basket, because in the event you lose 1 or more customers, the house of cards will crumble. Basically, we don't rely on 3 or 4 primary customers to support our sales base. We have dozens and dozens of different insurance companies who love working with us and the work we do, and many other sources of revenue and customers in our mix. Our Customers are Insurance Companies and they Love the Fact that We Are “1-Stop Shopping” For Them: Critical to our customers is that we provide complete comprehensive services and do everything from A-Z. Most of our competitors concentrate on just 2 or 3 services within all the services an insurance company or homeowner could possibly need in the event of damage. Insurance companies strongly prefer "one-stop shopping" when it relates to hiring disaster restoration companies to perform work for them. If possible, they prefer to deal with just 1 company that can do it all.. because it saves time, as well as many other benefits for them. More specifically, it's very inefficient and aggravating for them to deal with 1 company for mitigation, another company for roofing, another company for reconstruction, and yet another company for mold remediation, for instance. To US, these 4-5 separate, but major services feed off each other and complement one-another and we enjoy “economies of scale” by doing it all. To the insurance company, we are very desirable because they can deal with 1 bid, 1 invoice, and 1 vendor,… this has been, and will always be one of the major edges we have over our competition. There are other companies that we compete against. Many are part of a national franchise or a national company, however, we are far and away one of the most profitable companies in the industry because we are independent, and also because we have the finest equipment available (see details below). We cash flow approximately $1,350,000 a year on sales between $5,000,000 and $8,000,000, and the reason our margins are so high is that of our unique business model that will be covered in detail in the sales packet and in the video. More specifically, in the last several months, we have invested heavily in software, laptops and tablets for all salespeople in the field which will dramatically reduce the number of steps to communicate with the home office as well as the homeowner and insurance companies by streamlining all these procedures and bringing the business into the 21st-century. Please see the video interview with the owner to better understand the benefits and cost savings associated with these changes, and all other changes that are going on right now. In addition to the office changes, which are almost done streamlining our sales and marketing efforts, we have also invested heavily into our warehouse, vehicles, and field equipment, which will allow doing more, with less, which again, will increase profits. For example, one of the most profitable, however, time-consuming and labor-intensive services that we provide is the on-site cleaning of peoples’ personal items that have been damaged with fire/water/mold (called contents cleaning and mitigation). This service, goes directly together with the other main services that we provide. In fact, most companies who do what we do also provide on-site cleaning of people’s personal items as part of the insurance claim. However, historically, and for most competitors, this work is done by hand in the homeowners dwelling or at the companies’ facilities. Working in people’s home is very costly and invasive to the homeowner because you have 4-5 laborers sitting in their bedrooms, basement and living rooms scrubbing and washing furniture and other personal items by hand. Although this work can be highly profitable, most companies only make about 20%-30% gross profit on this type of work in the past. We Now Buy Inventory and Cleaning Materials in Bulk and Store Them: Another major change to improve our operations, increase efficiency, and lower our costs was to go out and buy approximately $50,000 worth of inventory of items we use daily. Until recently, a crew of workers would be working on a given site, and would often have to run to Home Depot or another store to buy materials or items that ran out. Labor and material costs are 2 of the largest expenses in our operation. Time is money. You can imagine how time-consuming and wasteful it is to have 1-2 crew members drive to Home Depot to pick up some caulking or any item for that matter, because there wasn't enough on the truck, and the downtime associated with that to complete the job. For all these years we have wasted countless man hours, countless miles on the truck, and paid excessive costs for these items that we bought on a one-off basis, let-alone delays of the job. Only in the last few months, have we invested heavily into outfitting our own "Home Depot " with inventory for our warehouse. In addition to this, all our trucks are now completely packed with more than enough items in inventory to ensure there will be no more wasted time and delays going forward. The owner is disappointed in himself for not doing this years ago, and the many other systems that have been outdated, which would have improved profits and operations overall during the past 3 to 5 years especially. The Future with These Changes: As stated above, we have historically cash flowed between $1 million per year, on sales of between $6 million and $8 million. The seller is completely confident that given all the investment in operational improvements in the past and the ones that are to take place in the next 6 to 8 months, that a new owner would absolutely benefit with dramatically greater profits/margins. Even if the new owner elected to not grow the company and maintain it at its current production, the business would cash flow substantially better just through the changes that are being employed. A new owner could grow the business well over $20 million in sales and would invariably cash flow at least $3 million and possibly up to $4 million annually. We ONLY take on a small % of the work that is available to us. We could easily double or triple our sales and cash flow by simply taking on more of the jobs that we are invited to complete. Almost all our work is from long-standing steady, loyal customers who use us over-and-over, year-after-year. Often, we don’t have to bid for the jobs, they are just handed to us to review, estimate costs; then perform the work if we want to do it. Therefore, we enjoy the incredible margins/profits that we do; we don’t have to “compete” for the work. No one else is in the ‘bid hat’ competing against us. It took years to develop the solid reputation needed to have work just handed to us this way. A New Owner Could “Easily” Double the Sales and Cash Flow Within 2-3 Years: It is a “hay day” in the Front Range of Colorado. The entire metropolitan area ranging from Fort Collins all the way down to Pueblo Colorado is nothing short of explosive growth and is one of the top 3-5 metropolitan areas in the United States for growth and expansion. Please see the articles below or any articles you can Google would indicate we are in the top 5 metropolitan areas on a consistent basis over the last 4-6 years. As a result, there is all the work you want from our customers as well as many other customers that call us on a regular basis that we turn down because we are simply saturated with our current workload. The seller has gone on record in the video enclosed, clearly stating that a new owner could very easily double the sales, gross profits and net income over the next 2 to 3 years and would only need desire to grow, dedication and perseverance. It is likely the new owner would need more workers, materials and other direct costs associated with the additional sales, however, with a very low overhead and debt free equipment, a tremendous amount of the incremental sales fall to the bottom line. Licenses and Permits: The new owner needs no specific licensing or permits, etc. The company has all licenses needed to operate going forward. The new owner would be required to maintain existing city licenses Wow!! After 30 years in business, BBB Accredited and “A+” rated AND Gold Star Status. We have "0" complaints. Our Industry is Recession Proof: Our industry is completely insulated from the ups and downs of the economy. Even during the great recession that took place between 2008 and 2013, we sailed through it with great sales and solid profits. In fact, 2010-2013 were some of our strongest and most profitable years. You must understand, that we are not at all tied to the new construction industry, which is clearly impacted by the economy. Again, we are in the fire and water damage disaster restoration industry. This work must be completed irrespective of the economy. To be clear, almost 100% of our work is paid by insurance companies and the insurance companies are legally obligated to the homeowner to do the work needed to get a home or a commercial building back to its original state. This is a "non-optional "service. If the economy is down, homeowners don't necessarily have to update a kitchen, or bathroom, or install a new deck on their house or replace gutters. However, the demand for our services is created by mother nature, i.e., periodic local or regional natural disasters or more typically storms or an accidental fire or flood (water damage). It has been this way for 100’s of years and will always be this way as long as we have damage to homes and other dwellings. We Are Overhauling Our Entire Operation in the Field, Warehouse, and Office: For the past 2-3 years we have invested heavily into upgrading our equipment and improved all our systems so that going forward we can dramatically increase our volume and production and at the same time dramatically increase our margins/profits. We are spending approximately $200,000 from current cash flow into upgrading our office operation alone so that is a better working environment for workers and far more efficient. Once all our systems are in place, we will swiftly move away from the outdated and inefficient "paper process" with the many steps it takes from biding a job, to working through the insurance company’s paperwork, to completing the job, and getting paid. Once this transition is in place, we will be the only company in all of Colorado that we know of, that will have the systems and equipment needed to handle $15,000,000 - $20,000,000 in sales, but most importantly, with the greatest margins possible. Our Great Employees: The new owner will require no specific construction experience since our workers know how to run themselves. However, it is encouraged that the new owner should take the time to be a full-time, hands-on manager/operator (at least for the first year to learn the business). He/she should have good management skills, know how to work with people, be highly motivated/high energy, strong with financials, be aggressive in general, and wanting to grow the business going forward. The seller is very desirous of finding someone to take over the business and take it to the next level, where it is projected to go. The owner/seller at the age of 55 is burnt out and wants to go home and tend to his wife’s medical conditions and travel with her while they can. Marketing: The seller has been very deliberate about not wanting to have a website or any Internet presence whatsoever simply because they do not want to receive inquiries from customers or contractors that they don't already work with. The owner/seller has an excellent rhythm and long-standing relationship with 15 to 20 customers that they love to work with and enjoy excellent profits from. The company has never been stiffed on a job and has never had difficulty collecting any of their receivables. The seller is not interested in "widening the spigot" and taking on more work from customers they don't know. The owner would rather keep the business small and remain low-key. A new owner who is more aggressive and has interest in growing the business would be wise to pursue a wide variety of business development efforts such as building a broad level of web presence, and begin some level of branding for the company for the first time in its history. In short, this is all a new owner would need to do to double the sales and cash flow. A new owner could pursue this effort or simply take on more work from existing customers that are being asked of them currently, or preferably do both. Reason for selling: Retirement. Representations and Warranties of the Company's Overall Standing: The company is in excellent standing. As stated above, we have NOT had 1 complaint that we did not fix and we have never failed on a job in any respect. When something has gone wrong in the past or wasn't done correctly, we have fixed it on our watch and our dime. 100% of our customers have been completely satisfied in every respect. We have had no legal battles or lawsuits or pending violations of any sort. We have never had 1 OSHA violation. We have had just 2 significant workmen's comp. claims and have an excellent safety record. We take worker safety very seriously and the seller is 100% committed to sign a contract that provides for a solid protections of the buyer in all of these areas.

Last 4 Yr. Ave Cash Flow $1.35M, on 5.9M, Fire/Water/Mold RestorationWATER, FIRE DAMAGE RESTORATION, MOLD REMEDIATION BIZ. 25 YRS. OLD, $850K IN ASSE
$3,500,000 Cash Flow: $1,350,000 Seller Financing
Last 4 Yr. Ave Cash Flow $1.35M, on 5.9M, Fire/Water/Mold RestorationWATER, FIRE DAMAGE RESTORATION, MOLD REMEDIATION BIZ. 25 YRS. OLD, $850K IN ASSE

Adams County, CO

NORTH DENVER. 2016 Cash Flow was $961,448 on sales of $5,551,980. 2017 is expected to be about the same. 2015 Cash Flow was $1,368,632 on sales of $6,931,665 2014 Cash Flow was $724,911 on sales of $4,382,428 2013 Cash Flow was $1,850,000 (est.) on sales of $6,492,781 (See all company financials prepared by CPA who has been with us for over 20 years.) WATER, FIRE DAMAGE RESTORATION, MOLD REMEDIATION, HAIL AND ROOF, ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, MITIGATION, and GEN. CONTRACTING (Since 1994) The Sales Price of the company is $3,500,000 but the seller will carry up to $500,000 over 3 years for a qualified buyer. This business will qualify for an SBA loan, but the buyer must have at least $600,000 of their OWN liquid funds available to put down. YOU MUST see the 45 minute video interview with the owner in the data room. Email me if you want the financials on this offering. The sale includes approximately $200,000 in accounts receivables, and over $625,000 in assets, vehicles, and state-of-the-art equipment to perform all forms of disaster restoration work. The seller will “guarantee” the collection of the AR for the buyer. The company and the assets will transfer to the new owner at the closing COMPLETELY DEBT FREE, other than accounts payable (about $25,000) that the buyer will assume with the AR. This totals about $825,000 in assets. Please see the comprehensive list of all vehicles, equipment and values for each piece in the data room below, which also contains the last 4 years of company financials and tax returns etc. The seller will stay on for 3-4 months (or however long the buyer wants) to ensure a smooth and orderly transfer of the entire company operations to the new owner and provide a solid blueprint and assistance for fast growth going forward. Critical Points to Understand: Selling for 3 X’s cash flow, but includes over $825,000 in assets at the closing completely DEBT FREE. There Are No Negative Disclosable Items: Representations and Warranties of the Company's Overall Standing. The company is in excellent standing. There are “no ghosts in this closet”! As stated above, we have NOT had 1 complaint about work completed that we did not fix and we have never failed on a job in any respect. When something has gone wrong in the past or wasn't done correctly, we have fixed it on our watch and our time. 100% of our customers have been completely satisfied in every respect. We have had no legal battles or lawsuits or pending violations of any sort. We have never had an OSHA violation. We have always had an excellent safety record with virtually no injuries for at least the past 7-10 years. We take worker safety very seriously and the seller is 100% committed to sign for Reps and Warrantees that provides a solid protection of the buyer in these areas. Finest Reputation: In terms of quality of work, we have the finest reputation and strongest working relationship with insurance companies, claims adjustors/inspectors, and customers. We always meet or exceed specifications for each job. We have a wide variety of contacts, property management companies, and professional associations that pump work to us every day. This is in addition to dozens of insurance companies that contact us every day to pursue work for them. In fact, almost 80% of our sales are generated from these sources. Only approximately 20% of our sales come from our proactive sales and marketing efforts. If we have 5-7 more salespeople out there pursuing new work, we could easily double our sales the seller insists. Diversity of Customers: We have no “customer concentration” problems, meaning not 1 of our customers is greater than 5% or 10% of our gross sales, for example. This is important because you never want to have all your “eggs in 1 basket” or a lot of your eggs in 1 basket, because in the event you lose 1 or more customers, the house of cards will crumble. Basically, we don't rely on 3 or 4 primary customers to support our sales base. We have dozens and dozens of different insurance companies who love working with us and the work we do, and many other sources of revenue and customers in our mix. Our Customers are Insurance Companies and they Love the Fact that We Are “1-Stop Shopping” For Them: Critical to our customers is that we provide complete comprehensive services and do everything from A-Z. Most of our competitors concentrate on just 2 or 3 services within all the services an insurance company or homeowner could possibly need in the event of damage. Insurance companies strongly prefer "one-stop shopping" when it relates to hiring disaster restoration companies to perform work for them. If possible, they prefer to deal with just 1 company that can do it all.. because it saves time, as well as many other benefits for them. More specifically, it's very inefficient and aggravating for them to deal with 1 company for mitigation, another company for roofing, another company for reconstruction, and yet another company for mold remediation, for instance. To US, these 4-5 separate, but major services feed off each other and complement one-another and we enjoy “economies of scale” by doing it all. To the insurance company, we are very desirable because they can deal with 1 bid, 1 invoice, and 1 vendor,… this has been, and will always be one of the major edges we have over our competition. There are other companies that we compete against. Many are part of a national franchise or a national company, however, we are far and away one of the most profitable companies in the industry because we are independent, and also because we have the finest equipment available (see details below). We cash flow approximately $1,350,000 a year on sales between $5,000,000 and $8,000,000, and the reason our margins are so high is that of our unique business model that will be covered in detail in the sales packet and in the video. Our Industry is Recession Proof: Our industry is completely insulated from the ups and downs of the economy. Even during the great recession that took place between 2008 and 2013, we sailed through it with great sales and solid profits. In fact, 2010-2013 were some of our strongest and most profitable years. You must understand, that we are not at all tied to the new construction industry, which is clearly impacted by the economy. Again, we are in the fire and water damage disaster restoration industry. This work must be completed irrespective of the economy. To be clear, almost 100% of our work is paid by insurance companies and the insurance companies are legally obligated to the homeowner to do the work needed to get a home or a commercial building back to its original state. This is a "non-optional "service. If the economy is down, homeowners don't necessarily have to update a kitchen, or bathroom, or install a new deck on their house or replace gutters. However, the demand for our services is created by mother nature, i.e., periodic local or regional natural disasters or more typically storms or an accidental fire or flood (water damage). It has been this way for 100’s of years and will always be this way as long as we have damage to homes and other dwellings. We Are Overhauling Our Entire Operation in the Field, Warehouse, and Office: For the past 2-3 years we have invested heavily into upgrading our equipment and improved all our systems so that going forward we can dramatically increase our volume and production and at the same time dramatically increase our margins/profits. We are spending approximately $200,000 from current cash flow into upgrading our office operation alone so that is a better working environment for workers and far more efficient. Once all our systems are in place, we will swiftly move away from the outdated and inefficient "paper process" with the many steps it takes from biding a job, to working through the insurance company’s paperwork, to completing the job, and getting paid. Once this transition is in place, we will be the only company in all of Colorado that we know of, that will have the systems and equipment needed to handle $15,000,000 - $20,000,000 in sales, but most importantly, with the greatest margins possible. More specifically, in the last several months, we have invested heavily in software, laptops and tablets for all salespeople in the field which will dramatically reduce the number of steps to communicate with the home office as well as the homeowner and insurance companies by streamlining all these procedures and bringing the business into the 21st-century. Please see the video interview with the owner to better understand the benefits and cost savings associated with these changes, and all other changes that are going on right now. In addition to the office changes, which are almost done streamlining our sales and marketing efforts, we have also invested heavily into our warehouse, vehicles, and field equipment, which will allow doing more, with less, which again, will increase profits. For example, one of the most profitable, however, time-consuming and labor-intensive services that we provide is the on-site cleaning of peoples’ personal items that have been damaged with fire/water/mold (called contents cleaning and mitigation). This service, goes directly together with the other main services that we provide. In fact, most companies who do what we do also provide on-site cleaning of people’s personal items as part of the insurance claim. However, historically, and for most competitors, this work is done by hand in the homeowners dwelling or at the companies’ facilities. Working in people’s home is very costly and invasive to the homeowner because you have 4-5 laborers sitting in their bedrooms, basement and living rooms scrubbing and washing furniture and other personal items by hand. Although this work can be highly profitable, most companies only make about 20%-30% gross profit on this type of work in the past. We Now Buy Inventory and Cleaning Materials in Bulk and Store Them: Another major change to improve our operations, increase efficiency, and lower our costs was to go out and buy approximately $50,000 worth of inventory of items we use daily. Until recently, a crew of workers would be working on a given site, and would often have to run to Home Depot or another store to buy materials or items that ran out. Labor and material costs are 2 of the largest expenses in our operation. Time is money. You can imagine how time-consuming and wasteful it is to have 1-2 crew members drive to Home Depot to pick up some caulking or any item for that matter, because there wasn't enough on the truck, and the downtime associated with that to complete the job. For all these years we have wasted countless man hours, countless miles on the truck, and paid excessive costs for these items that we bought on a one-off basis, let-alone delays of the job. Only in the last few months, have we invested heavily into outfitting our own "Home Depot " with inventory for our warehouse. In addition to this, all our trucks are now completely packed with more than enough items in inventory to ensure there will be no more wasted time and delays going forward. The owner is disappointed in himself for not doing this years ago, and the many other systems that have been outdated, which would have improved profits and operations overall during the past 3 to 5 years especially. The Future with These Changes: As stated above, we have historically cash flowed between $1 million per year, on sales of between $6 million and $8 million. The seller is completely confident that given all the investment in operational improvements in the past and the ones that are to take place in the next 6 to 8 months, that a new owner would absolutely benefit with dramatically greater profits/margins. Even if the new owner elected to not grow the company and maintain it at its current production, the business would cash flow substantially better just through the changes that are being employed. A new owner could grow the business well over $20 million in sales and would invariably cash flow at least $3 million and possibly up to $4 million annually. We ONLY take on a small % of the work that is available to us. We could easily double or triple our sales and cash flow by simply taking on more of the jobs that we are invited to complete. Almost all our work is from long-standing steady, loyal customers who use us over-and-over, year-after-year. Often, we don’t have to bid for the jobs, they are just handed to us to review, estimate costs; then perform the work if we want to do it. Therefore, we enjoy the incredible margins/profits that we do; we don’t have to “compete” for the work. No one else is in the ‘bid hat’ competing against us. It took years to develop the solid reputation needed to have work just handed to us this way. Wow!! After 30 years in business, BBB Accredited and “A+” rated AND Gold Star Status. We have "0"complaints. Our Great Employees: The new owner will require no specific construction experience since our workers know how to run themselves. However, it is encouraged that the new owner should take the time to be a full-time, hands-on manager/operator (at least for the first year to learn the business). He/she should have good management skills, know how to work with people, be highly motivated/high energy, strong with financials, be aggressive in general, and wanting to grow the business going forward. The seller is very desirous of finding someone to take over the business and take it to the next level, where it is projected to go. The owner/seller at the age of 55 is burnt out and wants to go home and tend to his wife’s medical conditions and travel with her while they can. Marketing: The seller has been very deliberate about not wanting to have a website or any Internet presence whatsoever simply because they do not want to receive inquiries from customers or contractors that they don't already work with. The owner/seller has an excellent rhythm and long-standing relationship with 15 to 20 customers that they love to work with and enjoy excellent profits from. The company has never been stiffed on a job and has never had difficulty collecting any of their receivables. The seller is not interested in "widening the spigot" and taking on more work from customers they don't know. The owner would rather keep the business small and remain low-key. A new owner who is more aggressive and has interest in growing the business would be wise to pursue a wide variety of business development efforts such as building a broad level of web presence, and begin some level of branding for the company for the first time in its history. In short, this is all a new owner would need to do to double the sales and cash flow. A new owner could pursue this effort or simply take on more work from existing customers that is being asked of them currently, or preferably do both. A New Owner Could “Easily” Double the Sales and Cash Flow Within 2-3 Years: It is a “hay day” in the Front Range of Colorado. The entire metropolitan area ranging from Fort Collins all the way down to Pueblo Colorado is nothing short of explosive growth and is one of the top 3-5 metropolitan areas in the United States for growth and expansion. Please see the articles below or any articles you can Google would indicate we are in the top 5 metropolitan areas on a consistent basis over the last 4-6 years. As a result, there is all the work you want from our customers as well as many other customers that call us on a regular basis that we turn down because we are simply saturated with our current workload. The seller has gone on record in the video enclosed, clearly stating that a new owner could very easily double the sales, gross profits and net income over the next 2 to 3 years and would only need desire to grow, dedication and perseverance. It is likely the new owner would need more workers, materials and other direct costs associated with the additional sales, however, with a very low overhead and debt free equipment, a tremendous amount of the incremental sales fall to the bottom line. Licenses and Permits: The new owner needs no specific licensing or permits, etc. The company has all licenses needed to operate going forward. The new owner would be required to maintain existing city licenses Reason for selling: Retirement. Representations and Warranties of the Company's Overall Standing: The company is in excellent standing. As stated above, we have NOT had 1 complaint that we did not fix and we have never failed on a job in any respect. When something has gone wrong in the past or wasn't done correctly, we have fixed it on our watch and our dime. 100% of our customers have been completely satisfied in every respect. We have had no legal battles or lawsuits or pending violations of any sort. We have never had 1 OSHA violation. We have had just 2 significant workmen's comp. claims and have an excellent safety record. We take worker safety very seriously and the seller is 100% committed to sign a contract that provides for a solid protections of the buyer in all of these areas.