DFW Market is Primed for Pinch A Penny

Pinch A Penny employee showing chemicals to a client
average store revenue is $1.5 million
icon stating the pool industry is $15 billion and growing
icon stating Pinch A Penny has over 260 locations

Lisa Ifland

Franchise Owner

Plano, Texas

“I was looking for a family-owned and -operated business that also laid the foundation for success. I was leaving my corporate America job, and they had a proven track record. I wanted to align myself with a business like that.” 

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A Trusted partner for over 45 years

Our 260+ locations across the Southeastern U.S. and Texas have built a brand presence you can leverage just by joining our team. Our turnkey operation and expert knowledge helps franchise owners quickly gain the trust and business of customers who rely on us for not just products, but also for knowledgeable advice.

The Power of a Proven Business Model

Our team provides all the technology, tools, and systems you need, along with a proven business model for making investments profitable. Our dominant presence in a booming backyard-focused industry has led to a strong sales to investment ratio of 3:1* and average unit sales of more than $1.5 million*.

*For the year ending December 31, 2020, Pinch A Penny had 257 stores open.  Of those stores, 253 have been open at least one year.  Of those open at least one year, the average annual gross sales were $1,525,624 and some stores (40%) had annual gross sales that exceeded the average.  Your results may differ.  There is no assurance that you will do as well.  See our 2021 Franchise Disclosure Document for more information.

Pinch A Penny has a $1.5 million average store revenue icon with an image of a Texas-state-shaped float in a pool


Many of our Texas locations have outperformed comparable-sized locations in other markets.

Texas is third among states for having the most in-ground residential pools, behind only California and Florida. 

In 2020, Texas saw a spike in the number of people who built pools because of the pandemic, which encouraged people to spend more time in their own backyards with their families.

That means there are now even more Texas pool owners who need Pinch A Penny stores in their neighborhoods.


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