Getting lawn care customers to sign up with you for annual lawn care maintenance is good thing. You get steady pay from them all year round and can easily get them to continue having you service them into the next year. But if you find it is difficult to get a customer to actually want [...]
Archive for the 'Sprinkler Head' Category
Going from lawn care to offering sprinkler system repair can cause a new comer some problems, especially when it comes to diagnosing problems and bidding on jobs. As we will see in this discussion on the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum, there is quite a process that must be taken with new irrigation customers to [...]
Have you had the chance yet to submit a lawn care bid for a local apartment complex? If you haven’t because the job seems like it is overwhelming, why not take a moment and break down the job into simple parts. Compare the smaller parts to the lawn care work you are currently providing for [...]
We all wonder what are those successful lawn care business owners doing that makes them so successful? Sometimes a little tip here or there can really help get your business on the right track to make good money. A member of the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum, shared with us some of his secrets and [...]
Replacing sprinkler heads can be very profitable but be wary of potential pitfalls. Know what is involved with the job before you submit your irrigation bid. Let’s take a look at this interesting story from our fellow Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum member who told us about one of his irrigation repair disasters.