Starting a new company and looking for advice in North Carolina

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by sappervol, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. superdog1

    superdog1 LawnSite Member
    Male, from Lebanon, PA
    Messages: 218

    I would suggest looking at Craigs list for "new" mowers. It seems like since the economy is down, there seems to be a LOT of mowers for sale with only 100 hours or less on them. By doing this, you let someone else take the depreciation hit and you still have new reliable gear?
  2. acculawnsystems

    acculawnsystems LawnSite Member
    Messages: 163

    Use the AccuLawn system to drive customers to your website. Once the customers are on you site they can get an instant quote and sign up for the services that you offer. You can market through door hangers and tell the homeowner that they will receive a discount if they sign up online. Check out Also, see what the homeowner sees when receiving an instant bid at
  3. acculawnsystems

    acculawnsystems LawnSite Member
    Messages: 163

    Furthermore, we are offering this system to only one LCO per area. So once a LCO signs up for the area we will not be able to offer this technology to any other LCO in that area. This is a huge advantage to the LCO that is able to use this method in their area to gain new customers. Also, the LCO will be the only one posted as a provider on Check to see if your area is available by going to and reserve your spot today.
  4. easy-lift guy

    easy-lift guy LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,372

    Thankyou for your service. I am not sure how much experience you have running a business so I would suggest contacting SCORE and setting up an appointment about actually getting started. If possible ask about any mentoring programs available for your specific career. SCORE represents the orinigal been there and done that without squandering a lot of time and money. The service is Free and the investment of your time and effort should put you well on your way to a successful future career.
    Best Regards
    easy-lift guy
  5. acculawnsystems

    acculawnsystems LawnSite Member
    Messages: 163

    If you do not have a website to drive customers to, that's ok because we give you one when you sign up for Customers can go directly to your website and get and instant online quote based on you pricing. Only one LCO per area and they are going fast. See if your area is still available and receive a 30 day free trial with no obligation. and
  6. WJC

    WJC LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 364

    But if you dont have the funds, then it can be a good way of getting things going by pooling your resourses together. Eventually you both will probably go your seperate ways because you will have different ideas on how things should be done. I have seen this happen this way a few times in the past, and remained friends and even worked together on larger jobs to double the manpower.

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