Calculate Your Float Tank ROI
Float Tank Profitability
Economics of Float Tanks
When starting a business venture, one of the key areas to look into is the costings of the endeavour.
- Float Tanks on average cost between 25k to 35k.
- For a one hour float, prices usually range from £40 to £75 per session.
- Multiple Exo Float Pods can easily be operated by the same member of staff.
- Can be leased or purchased outright.
Use our return on investment calculator to find out your potential profits by offering floatation therapy in your business.
Offering Floatation Therapy at an Existing Business
Floatation therapy can be a great compliment to most existing wellness, fitness and spa therapies. The advantage of the Exo is that existing staff members can easily operate the Exo and can be do other tasks whilst your customer is in a float.
Using two Exo Float Pods built into an existing facility with minimal renovation work. Staffed by existing staff, open 6 days a week for 10 hours a day with 60% occupancy charging, ~£60/hr float. Initial costs can vary largely based on premises. Recurring costs (energy, maintenance, etc) can vary largely based on billing.
Opening a Traditional Float Centre
Opening a traditional float centre can be a greatly rewarding and relaxing endeavour for those looking for steady source of income. Multiple Exo Float Pods can be operated by a single person, and once your customer is their float, you are free to do other tasks. Three Pods is the minimum we’d recommend for this scenario.
Using three Exo Float Pods, staffed by the owner, open 6 days a week for 10 hours a day with 70% occupancy, charging ~£60/hr float, alongside subscription packages. Initial costs can vary largely based on premises. Recurring costs (staff, energy, rent, maintenance, etc) can vary largely based on billing.
Creating a Large Scale Float Centre
For those really looking to rake in profits, opening a large scale facility can be the opportunity you were looking for. With careful planning and consideration, a float centre with a large amount of Exo Float Pods can bring huge amounts of profits.
Using six Exo Float Pods, staffed by the owner and two staff members, open 7 days a week for 12 hours a day with 70% occupancy, charging ~£60/hr float, alongside subscription packages. Initial costs can vary largely based on premises. Recurring costs (staff, energy, rent, maintenance, etc) can vary largely based on billing.
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More than just therapy; a complete refresh and recovery zone.
Accommodate for Couples
- Running 3 or more Float Tanks will generate the best returns.
- The Exo Float Pod is capable of holding more than one person.
Combine Floating with Your Existing Facilities
If you already run a Health and Wellness Facility, offering a float alongside your current services can be a great way of introducing floating to your existing customers.
- Floatation therapy compliments many existing wellness, fitness and spa therapies.
- Enhance your athletes with a boost to recovery.
- Complete a full recovery mental a physical recovery.
Subscription and Offers
- Promotions and deals can attract a broader customer base.
- Memberships and subscriptions provide a steady and predictable income stream each month.
How We Help Our Customers
With our experience providing floatation tanks to our customers, we’ve built up a tremendous amount of expertise and knowledge on how best to setup and run businesses incorporating sensory deprivation or floatation therapy. We are more than happy to share with the customers of our floatation tank, just get in touch.
We offer advice on all aspects of float therapy and our Exo Float Tanks. From the design and floorplan layouts to a total fit-out and final details, we can help you with all of your float centre’s build questions. See our helpful guide to preparing for your own Exo Float Pod.
What is Floating?
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Exo Pods are used round the world by float centres, hotels, gyms and spas.
Contact us to find out how you can join the Exo family.