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Housework Heroes commenced business in Perth, Western Australia in 2001 and has grown to become the dominant domestic cleaning franchise in WA. We have since expanded in to Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria. For all of your domestic cleaning services, think Housework Heroes
Housework Heroes commenced business in Perth, Western Australia in 2001 and has grown to become the dominant domestic cleaning franchise in WA. In 2003 the business expanded in to Queensland and South Australia through the appointment of two Master franchisees and has since appointed franchisees in New South Wales and Victoria.
The business ranked in BRW Magazine’s annual franchise report for 2005, 2006 & 2007.
2005 – Housework Heroes was noted as “one to watch” as it ranked 15th fastest growing franchise in Australia in 2005
2006 – Housework Heroes was ranked 19th fastest growing franchise in Australia
2007 – Housework Heroes was ranked 12th fastest growing franchise in Australia
Housework Heroes is part of the Mpower Franchising Group which also owns Car Care – Australia’s largest mobile car detailing franchise and United Home Services
National Franchisor Mike Stringer was a Director and Board Member of the Franchise Council of Australia from 2008-1014.
Mike Stringer says “The purchase of United Home Services gave us national coverage and additional service knowledge as they provided Gardening, Carpet Cleaning and Ironing in addition to home cleaning”.
Read the Housework Heroes Press Release on the purchase of United Home Services here.
Currently, Housework Heroes/UHS has around 160 franchisees across all states, and has become one of Australia’s largest domestic cleaning franchises.
We are currently looking to further the expansion of both Housework Heroes and United Home Services in NSW through partnering with those franchisees looking to build a cleaning business rather than just clean. This is being done by offering huge development areas of around 100k homes (traditionally 2-4000 homes). This will enable home services franchisees to develop a substantial business through either developing and splitting territories or operating a bank of contractors/employees.