Budget Blinds Franchise

Budget Blinds Launches Exclusive Inspired Shades™ Collection

(ORANGE, CA.  April, 2016) — With windows becoming more of a focal point in the room, Budget Blinds launched Inspired Shades, its designer collection of two, original product lines: roller shades and natural woven shades.  The collection features never-seen-before designs and patterns that are on-trend, versatile, modern and vibrant, built with optional child-safe operating systems [...]

What Do Marriage and Buying a Franchise Business Have in Common?

It’s been said that buying a franchise business is comparable to getting married. The steps or stages of developing either relationship are similar, and each step is necessary to bring you to the glorious moment of saying “I do” and signing on the dotted line. Don’t believe it? See for yourself… The idea of [...]

Budget Blinds Appears on Canada’s Marc & Mandy T.V. Show

(ORANGE, CA.  March, 2016) —Budget Blinds, an international custom window coverings franchise and Home Franchise Concepts (HFC) brand, is proud to appear on the Marc & Mandy Show, one of Canada’s leading morning television shows, to discuss the importance of child-safe window coverings and the many options available, including cordless and motorization features.    Two-million viewers [...]

Teaming Up with Designing Spaces’ Military Makeover

(Orange, Calif. February 17, 2016) – Budget Blinds®, the largest window coverings franchise in North America with over 1,000 territories, recently participated in Designing Spaces’ Military Makeover special that surprised an injured Air Force veteran, his wife and five young children with a newly-renovated home better suited to the family’s ever-growing needs. The show works hard [...]

Announcing New Achievements and Recognition in the New Year

(ORANGE, CA.  January, 2016) —Budget Blinds, an international custom window coverings franchise and Home Franchise Concepts (HFC) brand, is proud to announce new milestones, achievements and recognition that further define the company’s business model and its position as a leader in the home improvement space. Recently named a 2016 Top Franchisor by Franchise Business Review [...]

If Your New Year’s Resolution is a New Job, How About Franchising?

It’s that time of year again when everyone is looking back and evaluating the past 12 months while looking forward to the next 12 and resolving to make life a lot better. Not surprisingly, getting a new job is a very common New Year’s Resolution. An expected promotion didn’t come through Employer cut benefits or [...]

Just Because You Eat There, Should You Buy the Franchise?

Like most people, you probably have a favorite place for a good burger, designer coffee, barbeque ribs, or ethnic foods. Food franchises abound and, undoubtedly, you have your favorite places to go whenever a craving strikes. But the food business is dog-eat-dog, and the competition is fierce. Just think—how many frozen yogurt places are within [...]

In Franchising, Flat Royalty Fees Keep from Breaking Your Bank

Budget Blinds offers free, in-home consultations to consumers Home-based franchises in the home services industry are steadily growing in popularity. As more homeowners opt to stay in their homes as opposed to moving when life events necessitate change, they are looking for ways to “make it work.” New babies, parents moving in, or [...]

Military Vets’ Leadership Skills Translate to Successful Franchise Businesses

You already have what it takes, we just add training Budget Blinds® is the flagship franchise brand of parent company, Home Franchise Concepts (HFC), home to two additional brands, Tailored Living® featuring PremierGarage® and Concrete Craft. While each brand is different, a common denominator for growth is pursuing veterans to become franchise business [...]

The Move to “Shop Local” is a Boon to Franchise Business Owners

The push to shopping locally is gaining ground across the country.  Terms like “Localization Movement,”  “Buying Local” and “Indie-shopping” (independent local business) are popping up as ways to describe the movement within communities to encourage residents to patronize independent, local businesses versus national chains or absentee-owner establishments. It’s a natural trickledown from the “Buy American [...]