Need a subcontractor to take over mowing accounts in NW Houston area

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by bcg, Jan 9, 2013.

  1. bcg

    bcg LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Tx
    Messages: 1,865

    Not really sure where to put this, figured it would get the most exposure with the guys that would be interested here. I've got a little over 250 current accounts and would like to sub them out rather than continue to do them in house. I really don't want to keep the responsibility of vehicle and equipment maintenance, repairs and purchases or continue managing multiple employees. I've got all the equipment and labor (most of these guys have been with me several years) currently to maintain these accounts and they can be a part of the deal with whoever I choose to take this over. This will add somewhere north of $175k/yr to your bottom line with the current accounts and I add 100+ per year, so it could be a great opportunity for someone that just wants to deal with the production side to grow quickly. We'll continue handling the business side (customer service, marketing, billing/collections, etc.) and would be paying you weekly for the work.

    If you're interested in exploring this opportunity, please email me with your name, company name, contact number and what your current capabilities are (how many crews, current number of accounts, etc.) and I'll get back to you. bernie @
  2. capt6767

    capt6767 LawnSite Member
    from Texas
    Messages: 8

    I sent you an email. Thanks
  3. pineymountain

    pineymountain LawnSite Member
    Messages: 53

    haha BCG- love your website and how you lay out expectations to your customers. Are they pretty receptive to this approach? You just lay it out there.
  4. bcg

    bcg LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Tx
    Messages: 1,865

    The customers I want have no problems with it. The customers I don't have all kinds of problems with it. I believe in setting clear expectations at the beginning so nobody is disappointed.

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