Have you even been car shopping and found a "great deal" only to realize later that you were charged extra for your 4th tire?
How To Cut Back On Your Lawn Care Costs Without Hurting Your Lawn.
In my 30 years in the lawn care industry, I have seen and talked to many customers regarding how to reduce the annual cost of their Full Lawn Care Program.
It usually it's starts something like this:
- I receive a phone call from a concerned customer who has to make some budget cuts.
- Their first thought is they have to do away with EVERYTHING...
But there is a middle ground! There is HOPE!
A good company can identify the goals of a customer and help them find something that allows them to maintain the investment that they've already put into their lawn yet not break the family budget.
Behind the Scenes: Why Lawn Care Company Prices Differ
Working in Lawn care customer service for now 30 years, one of the most common calls I get is, “I need to cancel my services because I can't afford it”.
Have you ever gotten a knock on your door or a phone call or a mailer with a 'too good to be true' price?
If it seems too good to be true, it just might be...
Hiring a lawn care company can be easy. Hiring the right one...not always so easy.
Who do you trust? Reviews offer simple, relevant guidance and show the truth of what a company is all about. Search Engines and Social Media such as Google, Facebook and Yelp reviews are controlled by the customer and once posted, share the customers experience to the world. Asking neighbors and friends what lawn services they use and what they think of them, is a great way to find a company that might be right for you.
With spring fast approaching, is the lawn care company you are using having a price increase and you are struggling to understand why?
If so, this article is for you.
I usually start my articles with a search of the web to research what is being said. When I Googled “lawncare price increases” it gave many strategies on how much to increase and when to increase but not much on the why. In my 29 years in the industry, I have witnessed good reasons and then ones that just made me shake my head.