Chair rental has become so popular that an estimated 70% of salons follow this business model. What makes rental salons so popular and why is this salon growing so fast even though many of them underestimate it? Obviously, starting your own booth rental salon has advantages over traditional business methods. Some of them are listed here.
1. When you get chair rentals in your salon, you become the landlord, not the employer. So you collect your rent every month according to the cabin rental agreement you have with your tenants. Likewise, if you decide to sell your salon for rent at a booth, the buyer should only be occupied with the same task of collecting rent! You don't care about transferring all rights to your employees and so on!
2. Your booth tenants manage their own games. You no longer have to schedule meal breaks for your stylist. You'll no longer feel guilty or even face the discontent of your stylist who couldn't eat lunch because he was too busy with customers. Whatever the stylist's decision, they will have to pay you the salon cabin rental according to the cabin rental agreement at the end of the month.
3. You don't have to worry about paying your stylist to work overtime or paying bonus nights. With this chair rental model, stylists can choose to work as long or as little as they want. You can even choose to only come when you have appointments with your clients. Mobile phones help them to be available to customers at all times. It makes no difference to you as long as you get a cabin rental at the salon at the end of each month, whether the stylist is on business or not.