I have an opportunity to purchase some commercial land. 2 acres with large pole barn with attached office space with 4 offices, bathroom, & furnace room. Fenced in back lot. The location is 3 miles from my house. On a major road so exposure is good. And I drive past it from my house to get to the town where I do most of my work. What I need to know from the members of LawnSite is if having a brick & mortar building has increased sales? Either of lawn & snow services or landscape installs. Do people driving by stop in and say, Can I get a quote for mowing my grass? or Can I get a quote for putting in a retaining wall? ect. I run my company out of the same property as my home. All my trucks are out front and people know what I do. I have had maybe 5 people stop in and ask if I did such and such and if I could give them a quote in the last 2 years. I realize that having a larger shop I would probably do more preventive maintenance. I would have a cement floor to replace the fly wheel on one of my trucks that last week I changed in the dirt of my driveway. I could sell bulk materials such as mulch, sand, stone etc. I would get all of the junk out of my yard. My workers would have a place to park instead of in my yard. The positive list goes on and on. But there is negative stuff also. More taxes, new electric bill, new heat bill, have to drive to work to do stuff after hours. Would have to hire someone (or two) to stay at the building if I wanted to sell stuff from there. If someone has moved their business out of their house to a dedicated business location, has it increased sales? Thanks for the help.