Gotcha Covered remains the technology leader in the window covering industry, and the gap just got a little wider. This month, we added 2 new features to our CRM to help further streamline business for our franchisees. Introducing automated text messaging and pay now!

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Text messages are read, on average, within 5 seconds of receiving with 90% of all text messages read in under 3 minutes! This is why we introduced Automated SMS Integration to our CRM. This new feature allows franchisees to schedule reminder and follow up text messages to their clients. It takes no extra time for the franchisee, but they get all the advantages of instant attention from their clients. The franchisees are raving about the feature.

And not to be outdone, we have a Pay Now feature to allow franchisees to collect payments directly from the online automated quote. These much-anticipated features are just another way we are continually improving our franchisees’ experience.

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About the Gotcha Covered Franchise

A Gotcha Covered franchise provides a lifestyle business with extraordinary profit potential through high margins and low operating expenses, all within a very cash-flow friendly model.

Utilizing our powerful and proprietary design software, our franchisees sell virtually everything for the interior of a window, both for the residential and commercial markets. Our extensive offering includes blinds, shades, shutters, window film, and fabric treatments such as draperies, curtains, swags, and cascades, covering hundreds of custom window treatments and accessory options.

A Message from the President

Think of me as a resource to answer any questions you may have about how we like to do business. Feel free to call at 720.407.8618 or 800.200.0835 x331. You can also email me directly at

I look forward to hearing your thoughts.


Paul Linenberg