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Solid revenue and earnings growth over last three years! Help seniors and veterans with disabilities or anyone else suffering from mobility challenges stay in their home. Convert residential and commercial properties for handicap accessibility. Make money while improving lives. This is an existing franchise in the Washington DC area -- benefit from discounted supplies, marketing and advertising support, technical expertise and in particular from existing referral arrangements with Medicaid and Veterans Affairs offices. Great opportunity for someone with good business development skills who wants to be an owner-operator and hit the ground More infoBethesda, Maryland Other Services Businesses for Sale
40 year old plumbing and hvac business for sale in baltimore metro area. Includes 3 apartments 1 office and 2 car warehouse on property included located in historic hampden. Will work with buyer for first year as consultant free. Includes one 2003 van and supplies in warehouse. All hand tools.are.excluded from sale More infoBaltimore City, Maryland General Building Contractors Businesses for Sale
The Company is a full-service flooring contractor with a focus on wood and synthetic athletic flooring; however, it strives to meet all of the customers’ flooring needs, from dance studios and stages to running tracks and multipurpose areas. It primarily offers commercial services, including cleaning, sealing, finishing, customized colors/finishes, floor installation, and floor materials. The Company also provides waxing, sanding, and finishing for all types of wooden flooring.Customers are schools (60% of 2015 revenue), universities (20%), religious organizations (10%), and private companies and individuals (10%). Revenue growth has primarily been driven by repeat customers and satisfied More info