Rapid Recovery Franchise Trucks are Model of Efficiency

As a franchise business owner, it is often difficult to stay organized. Between client phone calls, franchise sales meetings, day-to-day activities, end of the month reporting, and dealing with unexpected circumstances, juggling materials, supplies, and other items can be somewhat tricky. Not for Rapid Recovery.

Rapid Recovery is a franchise business that provides refrigerant recovery services for the HVAC, refrigeration, demolition, and marine industries. As projects range in size from single residential split systems to chilling systems operating on tens of thousands of pounds, to projects with thousands of units, Rapid Recovery specialists need to be able to  travel all day long and not waste any time looking for the tools they need to do their job.

According to Robbie Eddy of Rapid Recovery, “Rapid Recovery trucks are used for refrigerant recovery. They are the backbone of each franchise and provide a mobile office and work station all in one.  Starting with a crew cab  3/4 ton truck, we remove the back seat and install a deck.  This provides a platform to store tools, supplies, and testing equipment in a climate controlled environment.  In the bed area of the truck, we add a headache rack to protect the cab as well as a wheel well cylinder box to support the cylinders during transport.  The rear bumper of the truck is removed and a hoist is installed to load and unload cylinders and equipment.”

With this kind of efficiency, it’s no wonder that Rapid Recovery is one of the fastest-growing franchise businesses in North America. For information about owning a Rapid Recovery franchise, click here.

Rapid Recovery trucks safely and efficiently carry necessary tools and supplies to job sites in an effort to ensure maximum customer satisfaction.

Rapid Recovery trucks safely and efficiently carry necessary tools and supplies to job sites in an effort to ensure maximum customer satisfaction.

 

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