We are relocating, and have sold our lawn maintenance business. An irrigation firm is for sale in the new area. Roughly 200k in annual revenue. Most of their work is startups, blowouts, and repair. Here is the deal- We did mowing, fert, and landscape maintenance. Our irrigation experience is limited. We have installed one new system and done minor repair. Our business experience is solid, as our old company was larger than this one. However, do you guys think we can hack the learning curve. We would plan on working with the guy this fall, taking classes all fall and winter, and taking over in the spring. There are two techs that would hopefully stay on. What would you suggest other than the IA for classes, etc.? A plus would be there are two of us taking the owners position, so we have a manpower plus. It will limit income for a while, but that is not a real problem.