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Daycare Owner Success Story

Sarah had always loved working with children.

When she and her husband started their own daycare five years ago, she was in her element. The business was successful from the start, and they soon had a waiting list of 20 children.

But as the business grew, Sarah began to feel overwhelmed. She didn’t have the time or resources to build a new building, but she didn’t want to turn away any more families who needed child care.

After talking it over with her husband and business partner, they decided to build an addition onto the school. It was the best decision they ever made!

The building addition was a value add to the property, they are better serving their community, and best of all, they are bringing in a higher net profit per child!

Sarah is now more passionate than ever about her work, and she knows that the sky is the limit for her business.

She is so grateful that they took the leap and made the expansion, and she can’t wait to see what the future holds for her daycare. 

-This article was written by Rebecca Calbert. 

Rebecca is a licensed architect with over 30 years of experience.  She owns and operates an architectural firm, Calbert Design Group,  and educates her clients through the commercial real estate development process with online content at SaveOnBuilding.com.  Rebecca’s “purpose” is to educate small business owners and protect them from what they don’t know.

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