|By Marketwired .||
|January 11, 2014 11:08 AM EST||
HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - January 11, 2014) - Looking ahead to spring, a time of renewal, even the most beautiful home begins to show its flaws. The inevitable wear and tear of daily life, as styles and home fashions march on, can leave a great house in need of rejuvenation. Mirrorcle Frames has created a healthy business that takes the "blah" out of basic bathroom mirrors for a snazzy, updated look. Its unique process frames the mirrors you already have without tearing them out, saving customers time, money and frustration.
"A good portion of our business comes from newer homes that aren't yet in need of a full remodel," says Jon Long, director of brand experiences at Mirrorcle Frames. "Often the builder did beautiful granite counters and architecture, but left ugly mirrors, even on higher-end homes."
For most homeowners, tearing out a still-functional bathroom doesn't necessarily justify the hassle of working with crews and a myriad of decorating decisions. Instead, a small change to an existing mirror in a bathroom can put a polished new look on the room.
The simplicity of working with Mirrorcle Frames allows you to avoid all the dust and mess of renovations, and the hassle of dealing with contractors. With little mess or fuss, Mirrorcle Frames will come in, assess your mirror and provide a completely updated look for your bathroom. Its most popular looks include the clean, smooth lines of the transitional style, with oil-rubbed bronze or brushed nickel and pewter finishes.
"Your whole look is changed with little or no tear out," Long says. "It's not just for homes from the '70s or '80s. We see the same 'builder grade' mirrors in new homes."
Franchise Opportunities Available
Mirrorcle Frames will exhibit at the Franchise Expo South at the Reliant Center in Houston from Feb. 6 to Feb. 8, bringing its low-starting-cost, quickly profitable business model to interested investors and franchisees. During six years of successful growth and keen market analysis, Jon Long has created a simple, systemized business with training, support and no inventory.
For more information on Mirrorcle Frames, please visit www.MirrorcleFrames.com or call 866-95-FRAME.
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