Green Guardian

Discussion in 'The Green Guardian' started by NattyLawn, Jul 4, 2005.

  1. NattyLawn

    NattyLawn LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,643

    Happy 4th! I had some questions on the commercial viability of the Green Guardian product you offer. It seems like a great product, but depending on the price, it might be a tough sell coming to a customers property every 7-10 days or 1-4 weeks to treat. Also, is the fert 100% organic?

    Thanks,
    Matt
     
  2. green_mark

    green_mark LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 494

    Happy 4th! I had some questions on the commercial viability of the Green Guardian product you offer. It seems like a great product, but depending on the price, it might be a tough sell coming to a customers property every 7-10 days or 1-4 weeks to treat. Also, is the fert 100% organic?

    We have found that our audience has no problems with the price or plan. Most clients have removed themselves from the traditional systems or have committed to do so.

    Our service pricing is generally comparable to any QUALITY lawn care service providing traditional products.

    Our visits to a new lawn which has a high level of challenges is 3 within the first month and then back to a 3 - 5 week schedule as usual.

    Under certain conditions we do assist you with how to tap into this market. Generally our cost of acquisition is significantly less than $50.00 per customer.

    The revenues per season on an average city lawn of 4,000 sq ft is about $300.00 to a high of $600.00 depending on what we are starting out with.

    visit our web site www.greenerpastures.net about our service division to learn more.
     
  3. DUSTYCEDAR

    DUSTYCEDAR LawnSite Fanatic
    from PA
    Posts: 5,137

    so if its based on a small lawn of 4k how does it shake out on 10k
     
  4. green_mark

    green_mark LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 494

    Look at your costs of product being a worst case scenario of $3.00/1,000. This is based on single pallet orders of our most expensive product but does not include freight.

    Once you get into multiple pallets costs come down on both product and freight.
     

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