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Podcast: Ep#215 Featuring Sarah Lamb CEO of SP Screens

“SP Screens provides expertise in home security and quality training for customers and their franchisees”



Today on Eden Exchanges, we spoke to Sarah Lamb CEO of SP Screens, a leading security screen provider in Australia. Listen as Sarah delves into her professional role as CEO of SP Screens, the demand for security screens, the point of difference for the business and what makes the franchise such an appealing opportunity to get on board with.





Discussion Points:

  • Business background Sarah explains her extensive experience in business development and her focus on scalability since joining SP Screens four years ago

  • What SP Screens is SP Screen’s proven franchise model allows franchisees to focus on selling and installing while SP Screens handle the marketing and accounting aspects

  • The company vision Sarah outlines SP Screens’ company vision as a leading security company in Australia

  • Point of difference Offering quality and style is one way SP Screens differentiates itself in the market, along with meeting rigorous licensing standards.

  • Increasing demand Sarah elaborates on how the global pandemic has increased demand in the industry and notes that the forecast is positive looking forward to post-pandemic times

  • SP Screens is growing and evolving The licensing requirements are evolving to make for a more regulated industry. Sarah notes that this is a positive for the industry in general and a welcome change for the business specifically, as SP Screens has always prioritised licensing and quality

  • The franchise culture Sarah elaborates on the company culture at SP Screens as a family-oriented, open, and friendly atmosphere

  • What SP Screens is looking for in a franchisee Customer service and communication is an absolute must for any prospective franchisee

  • Training and support Sarah describes the initial training offered to franchisees as well as the ongoing training and support provided by SP Screens

  • Top reasons to become a franchisee With existing company-owned branches and excess leads, the market is ready for new franchisees

  • Being a franchisee Sarah outlines key points to note for any listeners considering becoming involved with SP Screens

  • Motivation and drive The scalability and clear vision of SP Screens excites Sarah and her team to continue growing the company and onboarding new well-suited franchisees

  • A piece of advice Sarah’s advice for interested franchisees is to contact SP Screens and discover more





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About SP Screens:

SP Screens is 100% Australian Owned and Manufactured. They employ local staff and contribute to the local communities they service in terms of sponsorship of various local amateur sporting teams, schools and charity events.


Some of their product components are sourced from various overseas countries in cases where the component is not produced in Australia. SP Screens offer a range of custom made security screens, retractable insect screens, slatted aluminium privacy screens and, plantation shutters for all homes and budgets. Specialising in custom made security screen doors, security screen windows, security doors, security windows, plantation shutters, fall-safe window screens, emergency escape screens, retractable insect screens, privacy screens, gates and fencing, Fly screens (only installed in low season) and diamond grille doors and windows.


They have local branches around Australia who are experienced in the manufacture and installation of security doors, barrier doors and protection doors and windows. Their success lies in their professional, honest service and the quality of their workmanship and in the quality of the products used. Their local staff are the experts in custom made security doors and windows for homes and businesses with their installers having all the necessary trade licences, skills and qualifications for installing all their products. All their products are available in a wide range of colours however, if they don’t have the colour you want, they can colour match most custom colours.

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