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Franchise Opportunities

Become a Franchisee with End Of The Roll today and be a part of a growing and highly successful Canadian flooring company.

Let's Get Flooring!

End Of The Roll Flooring Centres is one of the most recognizable names in retail flooring. If you're looking to start a business that's not only rewarding but also has a large growth potential, this is it. In Canada, the floor covering business is an over 4 billion dollar industry, and expected to grow to 5 billion by 2028.

With opportunities across the country, opening an End Of The Roll Flooring Centre is a rewarding way to own your own business. With a national convention and events throughout the year, you'll not only be starting your own business, you'll be joining a group of like-minded business owners looking to help each other grow and be successful.

Why Us?

Proven Success

Over 60 End Of The Roll stores are currently operating across Canada.


End Of The Roll stores have a proven track record of profitability.


You receive capital leases on assets and extended terms on inventory purchases.


End Of The Roll has an aggressive volume rebate program in place.


We have a highly-experienced management team to help you out.


Our corporate office performs key accounting functions on behalf of stores.

Buying Power

End Of The Roll is one of the largest Canadian purchasers of floor coverings.


We have an aggressive marketing team that supports both national and local advertising needs.


We offer a wide range of training opportunities in the areas of retail sales, marketing, and software applications.

Immediate Franchise Opportunities Available

These are markets we've identified as excellent candidates for new franchises.









Sault Ste. Marie




North York




Medicine Hat


Grand Prairie



New Brunswick


New Brunswick

St. John

New Brunswick

St. John's



Prince Edward Island

Learn How We Help Make Our Franchisees Successful

Our History

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Corporate Office and Marketing Expertise

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Franchise Requirements

Inside a End Of The Roll Flooring Store location with different types of flooring on display including laminate, carpet, area rugs, and tile.

Store Overview

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Exit Strategy

Apply For a Franchise

From pre-qualification to store opening, End Of The Roll has developed a strict process for selecting Franchisees, as outlined below. This process ensures that a potential Franchisee has the ability to meet the investment, financial, and training requirements needed to successfully open an End Of The Roll store.
Step 1
Complete a Franchise Application to determine if there is a potential opportunity for you with End Of The Roll.
Step 2
Initial Conversation
A team member from our corporate office will contact you to discuss the responses in your application. The basics of the franchise will be reviewed, and any questions that you may have will be answered.
Step 3
You will complete an in-depth Financial Application and provide authorization for a credit check to see if you meet the necessary requirements to open a franchise.
Step 4
Follow-up Conversation
Assuming you meet the financial requirements, a date and agenda will be set up for the Meet & Greet Day, where you can ask any further questions. This date will be dependent on the availability of properties to view.
Step 5
Meet and Greet
A team member from our corporate office will meet you face-to-face to answer any questions, review the Franchise Agreement, discuss potential locations, and chat more about what makes a franchise successful.
Step 6
Formalize the Franchise Agreement
Upon approval from the corporate office, you will sign your Franchise Agreement and pay your Franchise Fees.
Step 7
Franchise Checklist and Training Week
You will attend a one-week event at our corporate office and plan the required tasks prior to opening your store. You’ll also receive training, have time to review the Management and Sales Training Program, and spend time at a local store.
Step 8
Store Opening
For the first few months you will have constant communication with several Corporate Office members until you are comfortable in the day-to-day duties and responsibilities.