Launch your business with the trusted brand in commercial landscaping for 35 years
U.S. Lawns is the largest and fastest-growing franchise in the $99 billion landscaping industry. With 220+ locations from coast to coast, we combine local service with national resources. We're growing faster than ever with locations in 42 states and counting! It's a very exciting time to take advantage of the U.S. Lawns franchise opportunity.
When you invest in a franchise, you enjoy the freedom of owning your own business with the support of an experienced network: the best of both worlds.
Our franchisees enjoy great flexibility by setting their own schedules and delegating most tasks as they see fit. Owning a commercial landscaping business utilizes a variety of skills, which is why U.S. Lawns is an ideal fit for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Owning a U.S. Lawns franchise means joining a close network of supportive peers and mentors across the nation. Each of our 220+ locations follow the same processes, receive the same training, and strive for high standards of excellence.
Being part of the network has other advantages, such as a dedicated Advisor who's assigned to help you reach your business goals from day one. Or the purchasing power of a national company when it comes to buying supplies and equipment.
When you need help, our national support team is there to answer your questions and provide you with advice. As a U.S. Lawns franchise, you are never alone.
Regardless of their backgrounds, all franchisees take part in our comprehensive initial training program. Here, we'll lay the foundation for franchise ownership by teaching you the basics of how to start a commercial landscaping business. Topics we'll cover include:
This training, combined with our ongoing support resources, has set hundreds of franchisees on the path to a strong future in the commercial landscaping industry.
Ready to learn more about becoming a commercial landscaping franchisee? Contact us today!
The time to franchise your landscape business is now.
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