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Finding Funding for Your Float Tank Center

Finding Funding for Your Float Tank Center

Starting a float center isn’t an inexpensive business opportunity. Depending on the type of float tanks you choose, size of your retail space among other factors, a center can cost between $65-100k per room to fully set up. While centers have started for less money up front, the cost of frequent repairs from salt damage and cutting corners during construction will cost more money in the long run.

60 vs 90 Minute Float Sessions

60 vs 90 Minute Float Sessions

I have the pleasure of giving tours of our Float Helm software. While some of these tours are to established centers looking to switch scheduling softwares, most of the tours have been to centers in the final stages of opening. In talking about how to set up...
The Best Time to Start a Float Center (response)

The Best Time to Start a Float Center (response)

I usually don’t share the responses I get from our posts, but they always spawn great conversations. After this last one, I got hit with more emails than usual, and I wanted to share one of them with you which is representative of many of the others. I’ve...
The Best Time to Start a Float Center

The Best Time to Start a Float Center

It’s not today. Today is a great time to start a float center, but that’s not the best time. The best time was a year ago. Or a month ago. Or yesterday. I’ve had the pleasure of seeing people from their first, innocent float all the way through...