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DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen

November 10, 2015 09:45 ET

DreamMaker Makes Remodeling Magazine's 2015 Big50 List

Honor Highlights Home Remodeling Franchise's Commitment to Customer and Employee Satisfaction

WACO, TX--(Marketwired - Nov 10, 2015) - DreamMaker was recently selected as one of Remodeling magazine's Big50 Class of 2015, which examines 50 innovative and successful home remodelers at the top of their field. Winners were chosen based on their savviness within the industry, as well as their ability to influence and inspire other franchisees in the home remodeling business. This achievement underscores DreamMaker's goal to help entrepreneurs and remodelers earn strong financial numbers while also maintaining a focus on their quality of life.

Grand Rapids, Michigan-based DreamMaker franchisees William and Jayne Wolf were recognized for their 18 years in the business and the unique employee incentives they offer. Although the Wolfs didn't purchase their DreamMaker franchise until they were in their 50s, they have managed to evolve their Michigan-based business into a location that saw substantial volume in 2014.

DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen is a home remodeling franchise that helps entrepreneurs and remodelers earn strong financial numbers while having a focus on improving their quality of life. DreamMaker franchise owners enjoy much stronger margins than most remodelers -- and their customers report much, much higher satisfaction. DreamMaker's business and franchising practices are guided by biblical principles.

DreamMaker has helped existing remodelers take their operations to the next level by providing training, systems, and support; those same resources also have helped entrepreneurs without a remodeling background launch businesses that are among DreamMaker's top performers.

Incentives for a job well done
As part of their Lead Carpenter program, DreamMaker of Grand Rapids, Michigan, pays a production bonus, per project, based on building the job at budget or better. Incentives like these encourage DreamMaker carpenters to get to the site on time, limit trips to the store for materials, keep the job going and plan ahead. DreamMaker's business practices are guided by biblical principles of service, respect and integrity -- and are key to their success. These principles tie into their "Code of Values," a system that informs the way DreamMaker franchisees treat customers, as well as the way they treat franchisees and employees.

Standing by the Code of Values™
"It's about doing the best for your immediate family, your extended family, your business family, your customer family, and your community family," said Doug Dwyer, DreamMaker's Chief Stewarding Officer and President. "You serve your franchisees and their families, your employees and their families, your customers and their families."

DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen owners are able to achieve strong profit margins thanks to preferred vendor relationships and group buying power that drive down material costs. Sophisticated business systems also vastly improve the efficiency of the business. The same systems that make the business more efficient also enable DreamMaker owners to have more time outside of the business for their faith, their family, their community and their hobbies.

In Grand Rapids, the Wolfs conduct weekly meetings with their staff to discuss key provisions in the company's Code of Values and how they are applied daily. "For instance, we talk about what it means to re-earn our position every day," William Wolf said. "We may have a past client and have the temptation to relax, but we can't." Both company and client are well served, he said, when employees are on time and work carefully.

"People are motivated to do the job in a timely, well-organized fashion," he said. "We have happy employees, and we care about our clientele. There are a lot of people who would like to be like us."

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