First off, I would like to thank everybody who has contributed to this forum. I have gained valuable information in just the short time I have been a part of this forum.<br>It is truly a great source of info. for people who are in the lawncare industry.<p>I would like to get some advice on including landscaping and lawn treatment with mowing. My intentions when starting out was to mow only. This was fine at first but the longer I went and the more diverse my customers became I started getting requests for these services. I started doing small landscaping jobs because I felt obligated. It's hard to tell a customer that your a lawmcare company but all you do is mow. Most customers prefer a fullcare service. These landscaping jobs were so hard to fit into my mowing schedule, I just didn't want to be bothered with them. I declined any lawn treatment jobs because frankly I was scared off by not knowing much about that area and it just seemed to be another thing that would interfere with mowing, so I would refer them to chemlawn or some other local lawn treatment company.<br> <br>My whole idea was to offer mowing and shrub<br>trimming and hook up with a reputable landscaping company to refer all that work to and then a treatment company for that work. Any advice would be appreciated.