Bumble Roofing, a roofing repair, installation and technology brand, announced on Tuesday its plans for strategic entry into the Dallas-Fort Worth market, offering the area's aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to bring a proven business model to at least 15 new territories within the region.
The company revealed the market expansion in a Jan. 16 news release, saying it is known for its “customer-centric approach and innovative technology,” adding that it aims to “revolutionize the roofing industry in DFW” by prioritizing customer satisfaction and community impact.
The company said that Bumble's expansion into DFW follows a year of record-breaking storms and natural disasters in which the global roofing industry generated well over $100 billion. In Texas, hail storms across the state generated $1 billion in damage this past May. Bumble said it sees tremendous growth opportunities in the area because of that and the region's evolving impacts of climate change.
The company estimates creating more than 300 jobs in the DFW area and generating approximately $100 million annually in economic activity, contributing significantly to the region's growth and development.
"As Bumble Roofing sets foot in the thriving DFW area, we're not just envisioning business expansion; we're committed to becoming an integral part of the community's growth story," said David Bitan, brand president of Bumble Roofing.
"Our move to DFW isn't just about roofs, it's about building a network of franchisees and dedicated customers who share our values and passion for excellence,” Bitan added. “[T]o be a Bumble franchisee, you don't have to know anything about construction or roofing; come to us with some prior business experience, and we'll teach you the rest.”
Bumble says its use of “cutting-edge technology,” including scanning and visualization tools to deliver precise roof analysis and estimates, digital tracking, and more, ensures customers are informed about the progress of their roof repairs or replacements.
Bumble said individuals interested in business ownership should anticipate spending between $164,000 and $261,000 for the buy-in, including the initial franchise fee. The company said U.S. military veterans and first responders receive a special discount on their franchise fee.
For more information, visit bumbleroofingfranchising.com.