Archive for the 'Tilling' Category

Bidding a garden rototilling job.

If you find yourself being asked to bid a rototilling job on a garden bed and don’t know where to start when it comes to pricing, consider this discussion from the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum. In it, one entrepreneur talks about what he bid the tilling job at and how he came up with [...]

Lawn rolling service tips and suggestions.

When was the last time you rolled a lawn with a roller? It’s quite possible you have never considered offering this service. Here is a great discussion from the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum that talks about the benefits to rolling a lawn. When you should roll a lawn and some of the steps to [...]

What services do you offer to stand out?

Mowing lawns seems to be a service most every new landscaper performs. Many times it’s the only service they perform. It’s easy to put on your blinders and think all you need to be successful is just more mowing customers, but what if you stopped for a moment and looked around you to see what [...]

Should you be a jack of all trades or a master of one?

Focusing on a few services or even one service is probably not a wise move when you are starting your business. But as you progress with your company and have some time to experiment, you can find which services you like to perform the most and which make you the most money. From there you [...]

Fall tilling service ideas.

How often are you able to take a scrap that you would normally have to pay to dispose of and turn around and sell it to make a profit? I would bet it doesn’t happen too often. Well here is a great discussion from the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum that details how you can [...]

Should you rent or buy a sod cutter?

Most lawn care business owners love equipment. But when does it make sense to buy a new piece of equipment rather than rent it? That is the question one landscaper was interested in knowing more about when he talked about his latest job on the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum. The job called for the [...]

How a 2 hour lawn tilling job made $500.

With the right equipment, your lawn care business can make a lot of money in a short period of time. Performing jobs faster and more efficiently than your competition will most certainly bring you more profits. Let’s see an example of this as discussed in the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum.

How to make $200 an hour offering tilling services.

There are many ways to make money when running a lawn care business. One great strategy we will see here in this discussion from the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum, is offering smaller services that can open the door to upselling even more. There are times when people may not need you for mowing, at [...]

How to estimate and perform a 3,500 sq ft lawn reseeding job.

As a lawn care business owner, you are going to be called to some jobs that are going to be easy where all you need to do is show up and mow. While there are going to be other properties where you totally need to re-do the entire lawn. Starting a lawn from scratch, especially [...]

Expanding your lawn care business with mini excavation services.

There are many services you can offer your lawn care and landscaping customers. The ones you focus on can be the ones that make you the most money, or the ones you enjoy performing the most. If you feel yourself stuck and can’t find a way to push your lawn care business to the next [...]