N-Hance is a franchise network of wood restoration businesses in the United States and Canada. The N-Hance company uses advanced formulas and methods to renew the beauty of wood flooring and cabinets. Founded in 2001, the company started franchising two years later and has rapidly grown with more than 200 N-Hance dealerships under the brand.
Start-up Cost: $35.6K - 118.45K
The Nathan’s story dates back to 1916, when a Polish immigrant named Nathan Handwerker opened up a hot dog stand on Coney Island. The Nathan’s Famous name soon became synonymous with New York cuisine. Nathan’s has been franchised since 1988 and over 250 units are in operation today. Nathan’s also sells its signature hot dogs to grocery stores across the country.
Start-up Cost: $276.36K - 1.04M
National Property Inspections Incorporated offers commercial and residential customers in the United States a variety of home and property inspection services. The company was formed by entrepreneur Roland Bates in 1987 and has been creating franchise opportunities for business investment seekers in the United States and Canada ever since.
Start-up Cost: $37K - 39K
Since 1987, NaturaLawn of America has operated on a concept of using more earth-friendly methods for lawn care and maintenance. The company uses only organic, biodegradable products in lieu of the traditional method of using harsh chemicals to combat weeds and insects. NaturaLawn became a franchised company in 1989 and now includes nearly 70 independently owned and operated outfits.
Start-up Cost: $107.8K - 144.9K
Nature’s Pet Market is a specialty retail shop, carrying only pet supplies that meet the company’s high product standards. The Nature’s Pet model is one that recognizes how pets can be like part of their owner’s family and that, given the option, people will purchase healthier and higher-quality products for their furry friends. The franchised stores carry sustainably made items whenever possible, along with high-end lines of food and grooming products that are free from chemicals and fillers.
Start-up Cost: $104K - 318.5K
Nature’s Table Cafe is a family-owned business serving up healthier fast food fare, including sandwiches, wraps, salads, soups, smoothies and frozen yogurt. Established in 1977, the brand franchised a decade later. Now, over 70 Nature’s Table Cafe locations are in operation throughout the United States.
Start-up Cost: $56.2K - 372.1K
Nestle Toll House Cafes serve Nestle products to customers, including coffee, smoothies, ice cream, and - of course - cookies. The concept was originated by Doyle P. Liesenfelt and Ziad S. Dalal in 2000. With units immediately available for franchise, the company quickly grew to include nearly 100 locations.
Start-up Cost: $157.3K - 425K
Nite Time Decor is a landscape lighting company serving residential and commercial customers. Their technicians install lighting systems for yards and gardens, pools, patios, walkways, driveways, and decks. Nite Time also provides ongoing service and maintenance. Currently there are around 40 Nite Time franchises.
Start-up Cost: $37.5K - 74.35K
No Mas Vello, which translates from Spanish to “No More Hair” is a laser hair removal franchise with thousands of locations in Europe. The company has recently expanded its franchising to the United States. No Mas Vello specializes in IPL (or Intense Pulsed Laser) hair removal and offers customers discounts and deals on these increasingly popular treatments.
Start-up Cost: $84.1K - 122K
Dr. Frank Werner started Novus Glass in 1972. Werner, an inventor, had sought to find a way to repair broken or damaged windshields rather than have to replace them. He enlisted chemical engineer Bill Wiele to help formulate a way to do this. The two patented their method and started the first ever auto glass repair business, which came to be known as Novus. In 1985, the company began franchising and there are now more than 1,700 locations.
Start-up Cost: $45.78K - 134.8K
Nrgize is part of Kahala Management, which also includes Taco Time, Cold Stone Creamery, and Blimpie. Nrgize cafes are usually strategically located near fitness centers to attract health conscious consumers. The Nrgize concept is to offer a variety of healthy shakes, smoothies, bars, and other supplemental health foods quickly for on-the-go customers.
Start-up Cost: $113.9K - 339.3K