SECURITY, LIGHTING, HOME ENTERTAINMENT
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5 DAYS PER WEEK OPERATION
A 20-year-old, well established and financially successful business requiring a new owner to have an electrical background and providing the new owner with the prospect of continuation of the existing average profits (average E.B.I.P.T.D. for last 3 income years) of approx. $150,000 per annum. Great staff. Good premises. Growth potential. Large customer database. A business which amplifies lifestyle options afforded by being a 5 day a week business operation.
This business involves everything from the design to sale to installation of everything from automation blinds, automated gates, security surveillance systems, security alarms systems (intercoms, key pads, key card readers, biometrics etc.), home entertainment systems, multi room audio and video systems, smoke alarm systems, internal and external lighting, security lighting systems and much, much more as the trend is towards fully automated environments all activated from the one control. As such the trend in the customer base demographics is towards the upper end of the market.
How better to start out owning your own business than to acquire a historically successful business which not only might give a new owner a sense of security when it comes to his investment but also a solid foundation upon which to build and take this business to its next level of success. Yours?
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