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Our franchisees prosper unlike many independently-owned landscaping companies because we have developed programs and support systems to help them answer the question, “How can I grow my landscaping business?” U.S. Lawns has been a trusted commercial landscaping franchise brand for over 30 years, and with a time-tested business model designed to help franchisees find prospective customers as soon as they get started, we can help you too. To provide an overview of what our brand has to offer to help you find customers and grow your commercial landscaping business, we spoke to U.S. Lawns’ Sales Coach, Ben Lively.

How Can I Grow My Landscaping Business?

Investing in a U.S. Lawns franchise gives you access to all sorts of programs that can help you grow your landscaping business as soon as you open your doors. The first one you get to experience after your investment is our comprehensive training program that walks you through all the areas of your business from sales and finance to execution and operations. In these five days, you’ll learn the ropes of day-to-day operations as a U.S. Lawns franchise owner. During your training at our headquarters in Orlando, FL, we will set you up with a team member who is part of the Direct Sales Dial Up team.

The Direct Sales Dial Up team is a prospecting support team located at our headquarters. The team makes calls to prospective customers on your behalf, scheduling appointments with qualified decision makers at targeted commercial properties in your territory, giving you the foot in the door you need to close deals.

What Is It Like to Own a Commercial Landscaping Franchise?

As with starting any new business, the early days of owning your own commercial landscaping franchise requires a lot of hands-on work. You have invested money into opening a business you can be proud of, and now you want to see it succeed. We do as well. This is why once you open your doors with a few prospects or customers, we help you through our development program to try and keep you on a track for the highest potential growth.

Our development program helps you with several different areas of your business and provides you with a deeper level of understanding that you may not have gotten during your initial training. We take a closer look at your sales, financials, service execution, operations, and more to make sure you’re well supported in every aspect of the business. In addition, our development program team will fly out to visit your site to help you in-person. We continue this program with you until your profitability is up well enough to move onto our advisor program, which provides similar support but on a less extensive scale.

With a commercial landscaping franchise through U.S. Lawns, you will constantly have support behind you to help you from your initial training onwards. We offer the best practices for finances, operations, and sales through our support team and our new annual growth conference that is happening in January. Opening your U.S. Lawns franchise may seem overwhelming at first, but with the right people to help, you can find prospects all around you in your territory.

Am I in Charge of Everything in My U.S. Lawns Franchise?

How you want to run your U.S. Lawns franchise is mostly up to you, but we have a lot of suggestions based on the experience of other franchisees. One such suggestion is our Business Developer program, which promotes hiring a Business Developer who will pick up the ball where the Direct Sales Dial Up team left off. The Business Developer will meet with prospective customers (both those generated by the Direct Sales Dial Up team and those generated on their own) with a focus on creating rapport and building trust with key decision makers. These relationships lead to opportunities to present and win bids and directly drive revenue into your business.

On our end, we will send you reports about your Business Developer’s activity, breaking down the conversion rates of the prospects he or she is pursuing. Owning a franchise is a lot of work, so with a Business Developer by your side to help with sales, you can allocate more time to other areas of your business to help it grow.

In addition to the operations of your franchise, we also offer marketing help. At our headquarters, we have a marketing staff that helps set you up with localized content on Facebook and LinkedIn. We also have a dedicated account manager through Integrated Digital Strategies (a digital marketing company) who works exclusively with franchisees to help develop your own location page, target commercial landscaping markets in the area, and improve your online presence through Facebook ads and search engine optimization.

Bottom line, U.S. Lawns has the programs in place to help you find and secure the commercial customers that will make your business successful. While you are ultimately responsible for the success of your business, these are just a few of the tools and resources U.S. Lawns makes available to help you succeed.

Find out more about U.S. Lawns and what sets us apart from other commercial landscaping opportunities.

When you consider investing in a lawn care franchise, certain images likely come to mind: mowers, fertilizers, and lush green turf are probably at the forefront. However, many of our potential franchisees don't realize that U.S. Lawns franchise partners are responsible for much more than lawn care. If you live in a region that suffers from harsh winters, fear not -- there are still plenty of valuable services you'll be able to offer your customers during the colder months. We train our franchisees to handle all kinds of important landscaping tasks, from maintaining irrigation systems to battling snow and ice. Being able to handle such a wide array of jobs allows our franchisees the opportunity to develop a wide customer base. Let's learn a little bit more about the many services U.S. Lawns provides.

Snow and Ice Removal is Big Business in the Fall and Winter

Depending on what region of the country you're in, snow and ice removal has the potential to make up a major percentage of your profits. Not only are U.S. Lawns franchisees responsible for removing snow and ice when it arrives, they also work with their customers to develop a plan for how to manage their landscape when it arrives. You'll anticipate snow and ice when you plan out the future of each of your landscapes, choosing plants and maintenance strategies that will keep landscapes looking great and staying safe in winter conditions. When the snow and ice arrives, you and your team will help to keep their properties accessible and free of hazards until spring. For some of our franchisees, snow and ice removal makes up a large (and lucrative!) part of their business.

Preparing Irrigation Systems for Winter

Nothing can ruin a landscape like an improperly-maintained irrigation system. Broken pipes and clogged sprinkler heads can spell disaster for plants, and oftentimes improper winter maintenance is to blame. Our lawn care franchise owners will help their customers save money and keep their landscapes looking great year-round by preparing irrigation systems for winter. While lawn care might not be the top priority during winter in some regions of the country, your services still will be necessary in order to make sure customers are prepared to start watering when spring comes again.

Preparing for and Cleaning Up After Storms

Even if there isn't much snow and ice in your region, chances are you'll still see a few storms every year. Storms can wreak havoc on a beautiful landscape, scattering branches and damaging flowers and turf. During storm season, you'll keep your clients prepared by maintaining their trees and plants so that they're less likely to be damaged by wind. After a storm, you and your team will help undo the damage by being on-site quickly, restoring commercial properties to their safe and beautiful state. Preparing for and cleaning up after storms are important duties of every one of our lawn care franchise owners.

As you can see, lawn care franchise owners are responsible for providing many services year-round. Contact us today to learn more about what it takes to become a U.S. Lawns franchisee!

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You’ve finally made the decision to take a leap, invest in a lawn care franchise, and become your own boss. That sense of independence and excitement will only grow as you sign a franchise agreement and get started as a franchisee. As you are looking for a lawn care franchise for sale, it is easy to see why you should choose U.S. Lawns.

Here are a few of the things that set us apart in the industry and make us who we are.

We Are the #1 Commercial Landscaping Franchise

Through hard work and dedication to our craft, U.S. Lawns has become the #1 commercial landscaping franchise. The secret to our success? We exclusively work with commercial clients, as opposed to residential, to win bigger accounts and earn higher revenue.

There are a number of advantages that come from work exclusively with commercial clients. The most significant are:

Because of our success with commercial clients, we are growing rapidly with territories available all over the country.

We Are Dedicated to Franchisees and Customers Alike

A key part of our brand’s vision is creating outstanding opportunities for our franchisees and providing outstanding service to our customers. As such, we are constantly striving toward is 100% franchisee satisfaction and 100% customer retention. We believe these two go hand in hand, so we emphasize them equally.

We take care of our franchisees by giving them the tools they need to succeed. Everything from our national training program to our strategic partnerships within the industry is devoted to assisting franchise owners as they operate and expand their businesses.

We take care of our customers by providing a full range of landscaping services to keep their properties pristine. Even better, all of our owners are members of the communities they service so they care about beautifying the properties they work with.

We Are Experts at Business Growth

Over our 30 years in the industry, we have learned what it takes to build a strong business and scale it to become a success. We pass that knowledge on to our franchisees as we help them get started and grow their businesses. The first step is to find the right owner. We are looking for franchisees who are willing to put in the work and are ready to be leaders. That means that when we have a lawn care franchise for sale we aren’t going to work with just anybody; we want to make sure that you are a good match for our brand.

A common pitfall for independent business owners is stagnant growth. Oftentimes, business owners don’t know how or when to grow their businesses, so they fall flat. Investing in a U.S. Lawns franchise will keep you from running into that problem, because we use our experience in business growth to assist you. Our Roadmap to Success is the tool that our franchisees use to know exactly when and how to add employees, equipment, and more, all based on their revenue.

The search for the perfect landscaping franchise is over! U.S. Lawns provides an amazing opportunity to hard working, passionate, business-minded people like you. Get in touch with us to get started!

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Growing your business requires a lot of work, especially when you are doing it all yourself. People who own a landscaping business and are looking for support have turned to franchising to get them the help and resources they need to grow their businesses. Here are three reasons why turning your business into a franchise is a good way to grow.

1.      Sharing the Load

We don’t have to tell you that as an independent business owner you carry a heavy burden. You do everything yourself, often handling everything from the physical labor, to the marketing, to the payroll processing, and everything else in between. It is hard to let go of that responsibility, but it is critical to growing your business.

When you join a franchise, you have people in your corner who can help you with these everyday operations, which is the only way to grow your business. If you can take the time to work on growing your business—adding customers and building up your crew—you could see your business take off. A franchise helps you share that load with processes in place to help you attract new customers.

2.      Competitive Comradery

The great thing about joining forces with a strong franchise brand is that you’ll have access to a vast network of home office employees and your fellow franchise owners. Each of your franchise-owning peers is working towards his or her own goals at the same time as you, creating a sense of friendly competition among you.

At the same time, your fellow franchisees are your brothers in arms. They can help you resolve issues and teach you new strategies and tricks. They are a great sounding board when you have an idea or a question. Other franchisees are an invaluable resource that you don’t have as an independent business owner.

3.      The Power of a Network

There is strength in numbers, and joining a franchise allows you to make the most of those numbers. A nationally recognized brand is made up of hundreds of franchise owners and corporate employees, all of whom work with you to help you succeed. But even more than that, those numbers allow the franchisor to form special relationships with industry members and business services to get franchisees best-in-the-industry pricing.

On top of that, the networking possibilities with a large brand and hundreds of peers are endless. When you own a landscaping business on your own, you don’t have a network to work with. But when you own a franchise, you are automatically part of a group of people who are in your same industry, share your struggles, and can help you in your work. The franchise network is a great source for business ideas and inspiration, which you wouldn’t have otherwise.

If you are looking for an opportunity that will help you turn your independent landscaping business into a strong and growing franchise, check out U.S. Lawns!

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If you are the owner of a landscaping business and you feel like your company is in a state of stagnation, it is time to consider converting to a franchise. Conversion is simple: You combine your community expertise and industry experience with our national network and growth expertise to turn your company into a landscape franchise.


This is a popular choice for many small business owners, but naturally you may have some reservations. Here are six myths you might have heard about franchising, and the truth behind them.

Myth: Franchisees Are Buying a Job

Fact: You Are the Owner

Since you already own your business, it makes sense to be nervous about losing control of what you have worked so hard to create. Although joining a franchise does mean adopting some procedures or discontinuing some services, at the core you are still a small business owner with control over your operation.


Myth: The Franchisor Is Only Good for a Name and a Brand

Fact: A Landscape Franchise Comes with a Wealth of Resources

While the value of a recognizable name and brand is undeniable, it is certainly not all your business gets when you convert. A franchise worth investing in has a wealth of resources to help you with the everyday things and the big things. A supportive network, tested technologies, and proven systems can go a long way to scaling the business you have already built up.


Myth: It Is Impossible for a Franchisee to Fail

Fact: You Have to Work Hard for Your Success

The resources we mentioned above are invaluable when you are growing your landscape franchise. Unfortunately, they don’t work unless you do. We wish we could say that a franchise’s success is a sure thing, but the reality is that owning any kind of business requires that you invest time and effort to succeed.


Myth: The Franchisor Dictates Everything You’ll Do

Fact: You Are Free to Make Important Choices

The sad truth behind this myth is that there are some franchise opportunities that do dictate everything their franchisees do. If it is important to you to still have freedom to choose the equipment you use, your suppliers, your insurance, and more, choose a franchise that leaves those things up to you. U.S. Lawns, for example, works closely with a wide variety of industry leaders, giving you the option of working with them for best-in-the-industry pricing.

Myth: Franchisees Are on Their Own After Launching

Fact: Ongoing Support Is a Pillar of a Good Franchise Brand

The life of an independent business owner can be lonely and stressful, without people who understand your struggles and experiences. Joining a franchise network grants you access to a network of people who have been in your shoes before, so they are prepared to help you through anything. Even better, support from a franchisor—and your fellow franchisees—is ongoing, getting you the help you need when you need it.


Myth: You Will Be Working Just as Hard

Fact: You Are No Longer Relying on Just Yourself

We aren’t going to pretend like owning a landscape franchise doesn’t require a lot of work, but it is not the same as when you are operating a business all on your own. During the initial transition, you will be putting in a lot of hours to get everything converted over, but after things have settled down you can relax a little bit. The main difference is that as a franchise owner, you are not relying on yourself alone to do everything. You have expert resources and a team of professionals in your corner helping you to work smarter. Following a franchise’s system lets you broaden your focus so you can grow your business.


Joining forces with a franchise may be the best thing you can do for your business. Take advantage of the tools, resources, and experience of the franchise brand and see how your business grows!


U.S. Lawns is the #1 commercial landscaping franchise in the nation, and we love working with experienced landscape professionals. Learn more about the opportunity to convert your business into a franchise.

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U.S. Lawns is dedicated to quality in everything we do. Since we first opened for business in 1986, we have lived and breathed by our Brand DNA to create an amazing commercial lawn care franchise opportunity. Part of our Brand DNA is our promise to you, the franchisee, that we guarantee your success and we will be there to help you achieve it.
So, how do we make that happen? With 700+ tools and resources at your disposal that will guide you through opening, operating, and scaling your business. The following are just some of these tools.

Roadmap to Success

The key to a successful business is knowing when and how to expand. This is where many independent business owners fail, because they add too many employees at one time, or they don’t buy enough equipment when they will need it, and so on. The U.S. Lawns Roadmap to Success is our most impactful tool, because it tells you when and how to grow based on your revenue. Following the Roadmap sets you on track to have a strong, scalable business.

Power of the Network

When you join the U.S. Lawns commercial lawn care franchise family, you are joining forces with over 250 franchisees across the United States, as well as the home office team members. Each of these people has experience in what you are about to do because they have gone through the exact same processes to get started. Rely on the power of the U.S. Lawns network whenever you need to.

Bidding Tools

A lot of independent landscapers struggle with accurately bidding on the jobs they do, which means they get over or underpaid for their work. That is an unsustainable way to run a business, so our franchisees use a system specifically for the laborious but necessary process of giving a pricing estimate. This tool is easy to learn and use, so you can rest easy knowing that you are giving customers the most accurate bid.
Franchise Support Team
Dedicated to franchisee success, our franchise support team talks you through the steps of opening and expanding your business. They act as business and emotional coaches, helping you through the hard work that comes with owning your own business.

Marketing Materials

Properly showcasing your business through your marketing materials will have a great impact on your growth, but many commercial lawn care franchise owners are not marketing experts. That’s where we come in. We have a wealth of marketing materials and effective strategies that our franchisees use, including:
• Direct mail
• Digital marketing resources
• Brochures
• Flyers
• Presentation folders
• Stationery package
• Trade show materials
Add to that our sales tools that help you make presentations and set appointment with prospective clients, and you can see that we are committed to helping our owners find and sell to customers.

When you join the U.S. Lawns franchise family, you are free to use these and our hundreds of other tools wherever you need them. One of our main goals as a company is 100% franchisee satisfaction, and we are dedicated to meeting that goal.

Download our eBook to learn more about the tools you will utilize as a franchisee.

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Investing in a franchise isn’t just a savvy business move: Getting involved in a company that provides commercial landscape services might be just the satisfying niche you need in your professional life.

If you love spending time outside — eating on restaurant patios, walking the dog after work, indulging in outdoor recreational activities like fishing, hunting, or camping — then looking out your office window all day might not be enough to keep you happy. By investing in a franchise that focuses on commercial landscape services, you can spend more time outdoors and change things up every day as you go around your community providing the commercial landscape services that clients need.

Here are three reasons why investing in a franchise that provides commercial landscape services is a savvy business move for an entrepreneurial-minded working professional.

Leave the Cubicle Behind

There are so many reasons why working in a cubicle or stuck behind a desk can drain you of your life force that we hardly know where to begin. While working in a traditional corporate environment may be a good fit for many people, for those of us with entrepreneurial spirits and love of being outside, it can be difficult to stomach sitting indoors all day.

Owning your own landscaping business offers stark contrast to working for someone else in an office. As the owner, you are in control of everything from the hours you work to the people you hire to the goals you set. No more having to listen to your coworkers’ personal calls or smell their tuna sandwiches in the office fridge.

While you will have to spend some time at a desk as the owner of a business—managing the budget and prospecting for new business don’t happen by themselves—you still have the freedom to choose when and how you do it. The rest of the time you will be performing commercial landscape services, enjoying the smell of freshly cut grass and pride of a job well done.

Benefits of Being Outdoors

It is estimated that the average American adult spends 93 percent of their time inside (87 percent in buildings and six percent in vehicles). Experts recommend that children spend at least an hour outside every day to enjoy the benefits that the outdoors have to offer. Children aren’t the only ones who can benefit from spending time outside, which has been linked to:

On top of all that, if you are they type of person who relishes time spent outdoors, working in commercial landscaping will give you more opportunities to be outside giving your customers outstanding commercial landscape services.

Love Your Job Again

Being a business owner is unlike any other job; you have the control to make the decisions that are best for you and your business. Even better, you can take pride in being part of something that is bigger than yourself, as the landscaping services you provide will keep your city beautiful and employ members of your own community.

It is no coincidence that research shows that business owners are the happiest people. Owning your own business gives you the flexibility to build the career and life you have always wanted, all while being proud of the work that you do.

Investing in a franchise is a way to enjoy these benefits of being a business owner, with the added perks of a proven system and network of support. U.S. Lawns is the No. 1 commercial landscaping franchise in the nation because we give our franchise owners 700-plus tools to help them succeed.

Check out the steps to getting started as a U.S. Lawns franchise owner. 

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Whether you’re investing in a lawn treatment franchise or pursuing another venture, here’s an expert-approved breakdown of how to set goals, and keep yourself motivated to achieve them on the toughest days.

Whether you are just getting ready to invest in a lawn treatment franchise or you have been in business for 10 years, it is always important to set goals. Remember, as a business owner you can’t wing it and hope that your business succeeds and grows. You need to have a plan of action, and setting goals is essential to that plan.

Here are four tips for setting goals and how to work hard to reach them.


Experts have come up with the acronym “SMART” to help business owners set goals that challenge them and help them grow. Make sure each of the following applies to your goals:

SPECIFIC — Goals that are too vague or try for too much aren’t going to get you anywhere. Try to keep your goals as specific as possible. A non-specific goal like, “Contract with enough customers to hire more employees” is difficult to accomplish because you don’t know exactly what you are striving toward.

MEASURABLE — If you can’t measure your goals how will you know whether you have accomplished them? For example, “Be more active on social media” is hard to measure. Instead, try to spend two hours a week answering Facebook questions and responding to comments.

ATTAINABLE — There is certainly nothing wrong with challenging yourself to improve, but it is important not to get carried away. If it is your first year owning a lawn treatment franchise, it is probably unattainable to shoot for $1 million in revenue. Instead, choose a realistic goal that pushes you to work hard without burning yourself out.

RELEVANT — It does not do your business any good if the goals you set are irrelevant to where you are. Your goals will be dependent on how long you have been in business, the size of your company, the economic climate, and so many more factors. Make sure that your goals are cohesive and work together to further your company as a whole.

TIME BOUND — Set both short- and long-term goals with predetermined end dates on them. That will help you measure your goals along the way and adjust your work accordingly.

Assign an Action

Imagine your goal is to add a certain number of new clients each month for a year. That is a measurable goal that you can set based on your existing revenue and client base, so tracking your progress is simple. The key to achieving this goal — and any goal — is to assign an action to it each day or each week. Essentially, that breaks up your big, year-long goal into smaller goals that you work on regularly.

In this example, you can devote an hour a day to prospecting for new business. Or you can call and schedule meetings with a certain number of potential clients each week. Regularly setting aside time to work toward your goals is the only way to accomplish something major with your lawn treatment franchise.

Don’t Be Afraid to Reevaluate

At the start of a new year everything is exciting, the world seems new and fresh. Most of us make personal and career goals at the beginning of the new year when anything seems possible. As the year goes on, however, sometimes things change. Maybe the goal you thought was realistic turned out to be unattainable. Maybe you overestimated your motivation or underestimated the amount of time a task would take. Maybe life and work just got in the way.

When that happens, it is easy to get discouraged, but keep your head up and keep working hard. There is no shame in reevaluating your goals and adjusting them to better reflect where your business is. As long as you are still challenging yourself to work toward goals that will strengthen your business, you are on the right track.

Team Up for Help

Working with a mentor can be an immeasurable help to you as a business owner. Even better than one mentor? A whole network of experts in your field who have been in your exact position before. Working with a franchise gets you a built-in network of franchise owners, home office employees, and resources that can help you set SMART goals.

U.S. Lawns is a lawn treatment franchise that is eternally focused on helping our franchisees succeed. Our Roadmap for Success is a proprietary tool that lays out the steps for your business, so you know exactly when to grow and how to do it. Read about how we train and support our franchisees to help them build successful businesses.

Interested in learning more about franchising with U.S. Lawns? Contact us today to speak with a representative and begin your franchising journey.

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If you’re in the green industry, adding commercial landscape improvements to your service offering – or switching from residential altogether -- can help you thrive year-round, even during slow periods. Here’s why.

For people in the green industry, winter can be a tough time. If you live in a climate that doesn’t stay green all year long, then the cold months can put a damper on your landscaping business. But your business doesn’t have to suffer just because of the cold weather! Partnering with a franchise to focus on commercial landscape improvements, as opposed to residential clients, will help you thrive even as the season dies down.

Do More Than Just Survive

Keeping your business efficient throughout the whole year allows you to do more than just survive during the winter months. It is not unusual for franchise owners to remain profitable in the winter months, as long as they take the proper steps to stay that way.

Our top two tips for doing more than just surviving during the winter?

  1. Choosing the right clients
  2. Having a plan

Choose the Right Clients

One of the biggest struggles for landscaping companies comes from working with residential clients. If the majority of your clients are homeowners, then it makes sense that the majority of your business ends when snow falls or the ground is too cold for grass to grow. Working with a franchise empowers you to find commercial clients, earning you greater opportunities for year-round work.

Commercial landscape improvements are more than just mowing bigger lawns. Because businesses are running all year, commercial work is contractual, meaning that you are still earning revenue from these clients even as residential business decreases.

Have a Plan

As winter approaches, it is important to create a plan for the slow months and the coming year. Ask yourself some questions, including:

The answers to these questions can help you set goals for the coming year and then implement a strategy to accomplish them.

Joining forces with a franchise is helpful when you are making plans because you are working with a network of experienced business people who can help you make and accomplish your goals. A franchise network like U.S. Lawns has the resources to help you thrive all year long. Take advantage of the franchisor’s business management experience and tools to help you with revenue projections and budgets.

But even more important than the tools themselves is knowing how to use them to your advantage. When you join a franchise network, the experts you are working with can direct you on how and when to use the tools at your disposal so that you can get the most out of those resources. Knowing what your business needs at any given moment — based on revenue, properties, employees, and more — is what makes franchises stand out as a great option to scale your business.

If you are ready to learn more about converting your business into a franchise, look into the U.S. Lawns franchise opportunity, and then contact us today to speak with a representative about beginning your franchising journey. We take commercial landscape improvements seriously, and we cannot wait to work with experienced, passionate landscapers like you!

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If you’ve always felt like you’re destined for more as a working professional, maybe it’s time to work for yourself. Franchising with a commercial landscaping business like U.S. Lawns is a great way to break into the field and fulfill your professional dreams.

What do you do when you are sick of your job, tired of working for someone else, and sick and tired of the corporate grind? You can either keep doing a job you don’t like, or take the leap to do something different. Owning your own commercial landscaping business lets you take control and be your own boss, unlocking your potential for greatness.

If you haven’t considered investing in a franchise as a way to work for yourself, take a look at these three reasons why franchising can be the perfect solution!

#1 Do What You Love

If you’re going to spend fifty-plus years of your life working, it makes sense to do work that you love. If you don’t like the corporate job you are working now, then it is time to branch out on your own. There are franchise opportunities in virtually every industry, so you can find one that lets you marry your passions with your work.

Opening a commercial landscaping business lets you enjoy working outdoors. In addition, a landscaping franchise gives you the chance to be creative and business savvy at the same time. Becoming a business owner lets you use the business skills that you have learned — things like personnel and project management, balancing budgets, marketing, selling, and more — to further your business’s goals. The best part? When you choose a franchise, you will get all the training you need to fill in the blanks in your skill set, ensuring that you have everything you need to thrive in your new role.

#2 Serve Your Community

One of the best ways to serve your community is to own a local business. A popular misconception is that franchisees aren’t local business owners, but that couldn’t be further from the truth! As the owner, you are stimulating your local economy and providing outstanding service to businesses in your area.

Investing in commercial landscaping means that you will serve your community by keeping commercial properties beautiful. Whether you are designing new landscape installations or maintaining smooth turf, your community will be more beautiful because of the work you do.

#3 Create Opportunities

The best franchisees are the ones who are interested in helping others while simultaneously helping themselves, and investing in a commercial landscaping business lets you do that. Creating opportunities for your employees is great for your business and great for your local economy. You can take pride in being part of something bigger than yourself as you build a strong business and career track for your employees.

Franchising makes it easier to create these opportunities, because you have the support of an entire franchise network to help you scale your business, hire the right people, and get your business on the right track from the beginning.

If you are ready to unlock you potential and work for yourself, it is time to invest in a franchise. U.S. Lawns is a commercial landscaping business that specializes in training and supporting our franchisees to build strong, scalable businesses.

You can learn more about the 700-plus tools and resources available to our franchise owners by downloading our eBook!

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