FAQ

  1. How much does it cost to take advantage of this franchise opportunity? A: Costs vary depending on market size. Our franchise fees start at $54,875 and go up to $91,900. See the Initial Fees and Financial Performance Representation page for complete details.
  2. How many franchises are there? A: As of December 31, 2019, there were 84.
  3. Can I purchase more than one territory? A: Yes, if we determine you are qualified and it is the right strategy for you and the brand. We have several multi-unit owners.
  4. Do you offer Training? A: Yes. We offer 5 days of training in our Atlanta facility for franchise owners and on-going training throughout your franchise term.
  5. Can I finance my purchase with you? A: Yes, if you qualify. Our affiliate, Rollins Acceptance Corporation (RAC) offers financing for qualified individuals at competitive rates.
  6. How much should I expect to spend on equipment and opening inventory? A: You should expect to spend between $6,875 and $7,875 on equipment and opening inventory to get started. You'll also need a properly-decaled and compliant black truck. Please see Item 7 of our current Franchise Disclosure Document for more details on the Estimated Initial Investment for a Critter Control Franchise. You can request our current Franchise Disclosure Document via our Request Information page or call us at (520) 235-5184.
  7. Are there any discounts available on the Initial Franchise Fee? A: There are discounts available for active military and honorably discharged veterans. We may also offer discounts based on experience. Please call (520) 235-5184 and speak with our franchise sales department for more information.
  8. How many people do I need in my area to start a franchise? A: There are no specific population requirements. Generally speaking, we target markets with a population of 300,000 or more, but we currently have franchised markets with smaller populations as well.
  9. How do I get started? A: Visit our Request Information page or call (520) 235-5184.
  10. Do I need experience to purchase a franchise? A: There's no experience requirement, but it helps if you have a business background. Any general experience in pest and wildlife control is a plus.
  11. Do I have to be the person in the field performing the work? A: We offer a franchise model that allows you to manage your franchise while employing technicians.