The end goal for any company isn’t just to become profitable, it’s staying profitable.

There are many areas where a company can reduce overhead and increase profit. For example, hiring employees with H-2B Visas can maximize the work while minimizing expenditures. If you go that route, it’s crucial to know the proper process for applying to get workers with H-2B Visas.

With CLIP software, we take the hard part out. For instance, you can track employee efficiency on each individual assignment. When you’ve got more efficient employees on larger assignments, you’re reducing the wear and tear of your equipment. We also help you get to each job quicker, so you’re spending less on travel expenses.

It’s also important to know when to raise and lower your prices, as well as whether it’s beneficial for your company to allow ACH payments.

Not only will these business tips help you in becoming profitable, they also help ensure your company stays profitable.

The Ultimate Guide To Creating A Lawn Care Marketing Plan

Most business owners don't have a B.S. in Business Management or Marketing - they learn from experience!  Experience is always the best teacher of life - but it can be handy to review some of those business tools as you prepare to have an even better season next year. Below [...]

Routing Your Lawn Maintenance Jobs Efficiently

Save yourself hours a week by routing efficiently When you first started your lawn company, you probably took any job that you could. Likely, it didn't matter where the job was located in your town. That's what you have to do sometimes when you first start. To make it the [...]

Managing Spring Contracts In Your Lawn Care Business

I know that even though it's March, a lot of you still have snow, and it's probably starting to feel like Spring will never come. However, you should view the snow as a blessing, because you'll have a little extra time to get your records in order and manage the [...]

The Pros and Cons Of Surcharges In Lawn Care

Considering the pros and cons of surcharges; yes, you make more money, especially with something like fuel. It's obvious, it's public, people drive past the gas station, and they see the price. It's an understandable expense that you could probably get away with adding to a bill.

On the other hand, creating customer loyalty can't be undervalued. Creating a nice, even, and boring business has a lot to be said for it.

Which Lawn Service Customers Should I Raise Prices For?

Which lawn service customers should I raise prices for? A Tale Of Two Customers Let's say you have a customer called Maryland Institute for Education. They're a bit of a commercial customer. When you do the job costing report in CLIP, you find out that you're making$65 per man, per [...]

Should I Raise My Lawn Service Prices Between Seasons?

We're just about ready to get into winter time. Now is the time when most people sit down and say "Hmm, I should have made more money last year and I didn't." One way to make more money is to raise your lawn service prices, right? If everybody pays more, boom, [...]

5 Ways To Market Your Lawn Care Business Locally

You operate in the same neighborhoods all the time, sometimes weekly, and that makes them the best place to market your lawn care business locally. That's a ton of time your crews spend in a specific area, making impressions on neighbors and customers alike. Also, if you can attract more [...]

How To Rate And Review A Small Business On Facebook

The lifeblood of a small business is word of mouth. These days, word of mouth doesn't just extend to the folks you interact with personally, it's also your extended reach on social media. If a customer wants to figure out what local business to use for their lawn care needs, [...]

Is Your Lawn Care Company Ready To Sell?

People tend to spend months, maybe years, planning to start their business, but hardly any time at all on is their lawn care company ready to sell. Being born in 1960 places me close to 60 years old. At this point, I know that I will not be able to [...]

5 Steps To Creating A Facebook Business Page For Your Lawn Care Company

If you haven’t set up a Facebook page for your lawn care business, you may be missing out on opportunities to connect with your customers and get more business. I’ve said it before on this site,  According to Pew Research, 69% of online adult Americans use social networking sites, and [...]