The Transblue Franchise Brand, a fast-growing construction franchise, a faith-based company committed to making a difference
Going into business is more than just making money. It’s about making a difference in peoples’ lives, creating a meaningful life for you, your family, and giving back to your community. This is what the Transblue franchise brand, the top-rated outdoor construction company, is about.
Transblue didn’t become one of the nation’s leading contractor franchises for outdoor construction projects by just focusing on turning a profit. Our business model builds on providing a healthy work-life balance, and our corporate culture prides itself on God, family, and business values that drive everything we do.
We are a faith-based company committed to making a difference in the communities we serve. What’s it mean to be a faith-based company? It means the deepest values and beliefs we hold as truths are embedded in our business plan. We’ve been successful for nearly 20 years because we love helping people. That quality is what we look for in each of our potential franchisees. We like to think of our company as a family, more than a franchise.
Rooted in Faith
“The fantastic growth of Transblue was no accident. From the beginning, we were determined to make God the Senior Partner,” said Jim Wescott, Director of Information Technology and Marketing. “In a crisis, the problem was turned over to Him, and He hasn’t failed to help us with the answer. Each project must reflect the integrity of management. If we fail on our end, because we are humans, we find it imperative to do our utmost to make it right. If any of you are troubled or perplexed and looking for answers, may we invite you to look to Him, for God loves you.”
With our values and business plan rooted in faith, we look to foster this culture in our franchisees. For instance, countless industry studies have shown faith-based businesses have more fulfilled employee morale. What’s more, faith-based businesses generally outperform competitors. The reason? Faith-based companies have stronger outreach to their communities. Our values are in line with what customers expect from companies and their employees.
“Our clients love this because we keep everything organized. We keep the projects on schedule, and deliver the results they expect,” says David Wescott, CEO and Founder of Transblue. “Hiring Transblue is a different experience, because we bring a level of professionalism missing in the industry.”
More time for your community
We also practice our faith at Transblue by ensuring our franchisees have time to spend with their family and communities. Since the beginning, our business plan emphasizes delivering a desirable work-life balance. Unlike corporate America, you don’t have to choose between extra hours or gathering for dinner with your family.
“We have the systems, the processes, the training, the industry knowledge, the reputation, and the credibility to help our franchise owners grow,” Wescott says. “And we couldn’t be more proud of how our franchise owners are doing.”