Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 3, 2006
Starting a new lawn care business can be a very profitable move for any ambitious person. In good economies or bad economies the grass still grows and someone needs to mow it.
Property owners and managers, especially commercial ones like, office building owners, retail centers, and apartment buildings, must all keep their appearances up to attract tenants.
In hard economic times, this is especially important as the fight for quality tenants increases.
The outward appearance of a property is a critical factor in its' "leasability".
This is where a quality Lawn Care Business stands out. Those lawn care professionals who do good work will never be without work. In most cases a professional lawn maintenance contractor is always struggling to keep up with growth. That is a good problem to have.
But, how does one get from point A to point Z?
Up until now, most aspiring lawn care business owners had to start and learn from the "school of hard knocks" but not anymore.
http://www.MowingForMoney.com has just released a complete package designed to get entrepreneurs up and running their own Lawn Care Business with the shortest learning curve possible.
This just released program, details critical aspects such as marketing to residential customers, marketing to commercial accounts, proper estimating methods, equipment, and even has a lawn care contract included.
William Feller, a 20-year veteran of the green industry, and Lawn Care Business consultant, says, "This is truly a business whereby someone can go from zero, to netting $100,000 a year or more in just a couple of years."
He goes on to add, "Recently I spoke with a former Pharmacist. This gentleman had obtained over $20,000 a month in regular monthly billings in less than 90 days."
Now although this may be an extreme example of what could happen, anything is possible in this exciting industry.
By learning insider secrets, a new business owner can cut months off of their learning curve. http://www.MowingForMoney.com assists in cutting down the learning curve to a bare minimum.
For recently laid off workers, or anyone looking to change careers and enjoy the outdoors, a Lawn Mowing Business could just make the cut.
Aspiring Lawn Care Business owners can go to http://www.MowingForMoney.com and sign up for a free, no-obligation lawn care business newsletter at the bottom of the page.