Take Control of the entire process
Start a countertop business Phase #3
Fabrication - Additional employees are required - A facility to fabricate - equipment - Tools- Consumables - At this point you may be in a position to buy a business that is going out of business and secure much of what is needed for pennies on the dollar.
Lets keep you at the 80 jobs per month from phase #2 and show how we grow revenue from the current sales volume.
We will make some assumptions for this revenue model
- The target sales price will be $40/SF all in
- The average kitchen is 50 SF
- Fabrication costs $8/sf
- Employees Installation costs (Installers and reception)
- Material costs start $8/sf
Hard costs are $16/SF leaving $24/SF for employees , profit and marketing
- The average sales invoice is $2000
- of this $800 went to pay for fab and material
- leaving $1400 for employees, profit and marketing.
Example: Your team has the potential to sell and manage 40 jobs per month.
- Sales = $80,000
- Subs & material = $31,000
- Employees (tough to tie to /SF) = $24,500
- Net revenue, employees & marketing = 24,500
Estimated marketing costs of 7% of sales ($5600) leaves you with a net profit of $24,500 per month. Not to shabby!
$960,000 in sales
Potential annual net: $294,800
-- from this you will have insurance, equipment, retail space, and additional potential costs based on how you plan your infrastructure.
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