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Franchise Cost: £16,995 (+ Vat)
On-going Fees: 10% of turnover

Your franchise package includes:

  • Trading under the Whelan Pest Prevention brand name
  • An exclusive territory for you to trade in
  • Full training – on our company, operations and services
  • Permanent on-going head office support
  • Sign written and kitted out van
  • First 5 months lease of van paid
  • Equipment package
  • Chemicals package
  • Branded uniforms and work wear
  • Safety gear package
  • Complete start-up package – including stationery and sales literature
  • Operations and resource manual
  • A dedicated & integrated web presence and e-mail
  • Marketing launch
  • 250 Brochures
  • 1000 Leaflets/flyers
  • 250 Letterheads
  • 250 Business cards
  • Central and local website



Whelan Pest Prevention has spent several months developing the franchisee training programme and Operations Manual.

The training programme has been designed to ensure that you run your business efficiently an includes; an overview and the market place, setting up and running your business, sales and marketing and general administration and reporting.

Once the initial ten days training is complete, we offer all our franchisees as much on-going support as they require. Further training and support is available on an on-going basis.

Earning Potential

We have listed below the potential earning figures we would expect you to achieve in the first three years. These figures are very conservative and we would expect that with hard work and ambition they could be greatly exceeded. We will provide you with a full breakdown of the figures at your franchise meeting.

Year 1
Year 2
Year 3


* These figures are potential earning figures. No guarantee of actual earnings can be given.

"Whelan Pest Prevention, Southampton were always on time, very helpful and got rid of the rats which is something neither the council nor other pest control companies could do."