Without a doubt, by the time ya split profits in this industry , you both will just be making a paycheck.First word of advice?.....Get rid of the "and my friend" in your business formulation. This is one of the best words you will ever read or here, and goes way deeper than you know.
So wish I would have read this when I started. What a PITA it's been for both of us. Great fella, but he's not able to devote his time as much as I am.First word of advice?.....Get rid of the "and my friend" in your business formulation. This is one of the best words you will ever read or here, and goes way deeper than you know.
And if you are looking to get into a 50/50 partnership using SLOW residential grade equipment you are REALLY in for a rude awakening. Hope you have a rich uncle that is going to be feeding you.thanks for every thing guys. We are looking at all John Deere products. We were thinking on starting out with the JD LA 105 and LA 135LE a 21" push mower and a JD trimmer w/ blower and edger attachments
Yes as said before.... Drop the friend and start on your own....thanks guys, we will not be using slow equiptment anymore, we are looking at Z425 ez trac and a used GT 245, so they willl not be slow. We will be mowing 1 1/2 through postage stamp lawns. If there is anymore advice that would be great
go to college and get a degree and dont try and start a lawncare business. or if you insist, ditch the friend and hit it hard by yourself. you will thank yourself in the end.Me and my friend are planning on starting a lawn care buisness in southeast Michigan. Does anyone have any advice like with equipment or anything that you could give us?? Any would be GREATLY appreciated.
Thanks in advace