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February 20, 2023
Converting Your Landscaping Business to a Franchise in California

Are you a landscape business owner in California struggling with stagnant sales? Have you reached a ceiling in your business’ growth? U.S. Lawns has an exciting opportunity in California for independent landscapers wanting to take their business to the next level.   Converting your existing landscape business to a U.S. Lawns franchise allows you to leverage […]

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February 3, 2023
U.S. Lawns Initial Franchise Investment Costs

Purchasing a franchise is a big investment, in both time and money. Initial investment costs are often one of the main determining factors when deciding which opportunity is best for you.  We understand the weight of this investment and want to walk you through the fees and start up costs associated with owning a U.S. […]

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November 7, 2022
New Franchisee Profile: Zach Bini and Jeannette Molina in Arlington, Virginia

Zach Bini is no stranger to hard work. From running a small residential lawncare company, to field supervisor in commercial lawn care management, to most recently working for UPS, Zach has always risen to the challenge at hand. However, he found himself no longer content with just working for someone else. He wanted more control […]

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October 5, 2022
U.S. Lawns Featured Market: St. Louis, Missouri

St. Louis, Missouri, the 19th largest metro area in the country, has long been intentional and strategic in its business planning. As a result, the Gateway to the West has become herald for its business-friendly environment. In fact, it ranks in the nation’s top 10 of most cost-competitive places to do business.  Low tax rates […]

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September 28, 2022
No Experience Necessary: Taylor Kelley

U.S. Lawns has been helping people become their own bosses and build sustainable commercial landscape businesses for more than 38 years. Our proven business model, training, and personalized support in all areas of commercial grounds care means you don’t have to have to be an expert to get started. Our franchisees come from all sorts […]

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September 14, 2022
U.S. Lawns and Culture Index

As you become more familiar with U.S. Lawns, you begin to see how important culture is to us. We intentionally foster a positive and growth minded culture, one that sets our franchisees up for success and far exceeds customer expectations. The Culture Index plays a big part in how we do that. All employees take […]

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August 17, 2022
August Featured Market: Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta is home to a thriving business economy. Large corporations and aspiring entrepreneurs alike are flocking to the capital of the Southeast for its award-winning business climate. The city’s affordability, large talent pool, and lower business costs are just some of the reasons companies are setting up shop in numbers that will continue to outpace […]

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August 12, 2022
The U.S. Lawns Discovery Process in 8 Steps

Considering a future in business ownership?  The U.S. Lawns Discovery Process is a great place to explore this idea. Over the past three decades, we have helped hundreds of franchisees build sustainable commercial landscape businesses. This starts with ensuring our business model is the right fit for the individual. We have designed our discovery process […]

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July 5, 2022
July Featured Market: Nashville, Tennessee

Middle Tennessee has a thriving business climate. With its low cost of living and doing business,  employment growth and favorable tax laws and fees, it is easy to see why  Inc. Magazine recently named Nashville the number four city in the U.S. to start a business. U.S. Lawns sees tremendous potential in the area as […]

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