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Just starting your lawn care or landscaping business?
Welcome all new forum members. Please introduce yourself and tell us about you. Tell us about your company. How did you get started? How long have you been in business? What do you do for fun? Don't be shy, say hello! It's fun and educational to interact on the forum!
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Last Post: Say Hello !!!
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mllewis33
Say Hello !!!
What do you think about when you are not thinking about business. Business topics will be moved to their appropriate section. You need to create a user account to take part.
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All our file downloads (Lawn Care Contracts, letters, invoice templates, door hangers, flyers) etc are located here. Available to all forum members. Make sure you register to download. If any of these templates have helped you and you would like to make a donation to the forum, please click this button. Thank you.
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Last Post: Newsletters
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Steve
Newsletters
by Steve
How to start a lawn mowing business, lawn care business, or landscaping business. If you are starting a lawn care business, ask your questions here.
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Last Post: lawn school
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Steve
lawn school
by Steve
Post your lawn care and landscaping pictures. Also show off your stuff: Lawn care trucks, trailers, equipment, mowers, signs, marketing material, shops, lawns, toys, projects etc....
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Last Post: Craigslist score!!
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Steve
Craigslist score!!
by Steve
Do you want to promote your products or services to our lawn care business forum? Tell us what you have to offer. Post some specials or promotional offers. There is no better way to sell to a forum community than to get a few happy customers and then word will spread.
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Steve
Innovative Lawn Chute Survey
by Steve
Community questions, comments, and suggestions. Problems posting? Email me.
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576 4,183
Steve
Snow plowing estimators.
by Steve
All the latest news Steve has to offer from the GopherHaul Forum.
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Steve
Lawn Care Book Ranked #1
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Lawn Care, Landscaping, and Property Management Forums
If it doesn't fit anywhere else, post it here.
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dea_gill
StartALawnCareBusiness Info
A great way to talk about all things lawn care related. Grass, turf, shrubs, trees, aeration, fertilization, reseeding, hydro-seeding, mowing, grub control, chemicals and pesticides. Ask questions, give answers. Grow!
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Steve
Charging for soil testing
by Steve
Discuss issues dealing with landscapes, hardscapes, exterior landscape lighting and lighting fixtures, lawn irrigation, sprinklers, sprinkler heads, mulch, retaining walls, etc.
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Last Post: Battle Stories
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Steve
Battle Stories
by Steve
If you need help coming up with a bid for a lawn care, landscaping, tree cutting or irrigation job, post the specifics here and pictures of the job site. If you are looking to learn about bidding, review the jobs posted here.
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Discussion on health & safety issues that effect the lawn care, landscaping, tree care, power washing, snow plowing and other trades. Talks of accidents that have occurred and how they could have been prevented. OSHA rules.
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Bradcook21
back surgery
Questions on your truck, trailer, commercial lawn mowers, lawn mower, mower parts, lawn tractors, engines, edgers, trimmers, pole saws, aerators, hydro seeders, snow plows, chain saws, stump grinders??
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1,397 12,218
Steve
Commercial Flail Mower Options
by Steve
Business
It's not as easy as it looks. Running a business is full of drama. Customers, employees, money, family, time. You name it, it's a problem. Share with us your drama and how you handled it.
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Last Post: Not good
243 3,678
Steve
Not good
by Steve
A place to talk about general business discussions.
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2,533 17,135
ShoreLife
How did your season go?
Lawn Care Marketing, Advertising, and Public Relations Discussion.
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Last Post: Website feedback
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Zac123
Website feedback
by Zac123
Discussions on lawn care employee related issues.
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81 987
This is a forum to discuss issues on life and the pursuit of happiness. It's also a support group for those who need to be their own boss and canít work for anyone else. Learn the skills to be an entrepreneur and start your business. You can read more on these topics at my blog HardcoreUnemployable.com
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Are you interested in starting your own lawn care franchise or are you interested in buying into one? Let's talk about different franchise opportunities and how to build your own franchise. Also we discuss different entrepreneurs who inspire us!
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Steve
Investing
by Steve
A discussion on Money, Finances, Stocks, Bonds, & Investments.
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Chilehead
Spouse as a dependent?
Discussions on and about the GopherHaul Lawn Care Business show. Talk about topics we discussed on the show, future topic ideas or taking part in the show. Or discuss other videos.

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Graphic And Web Design Support Forums
Graphic design discussions for your Lawn Care Business. Logos, Postcards, Door Hangers, Flyers, etc. Show off your designs!
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lukascerny
Logo Help Font Color
Talk about sign designs help for your Landscaping Business. Lawn Signs, Lawn Care Truck Signs, Trailer signs, Magnetic Signs, Banners etc, Vinyl Signs. Show off your signs or uniforms.
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Last Post: Free logo Questions
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Steve
Free logo Questions
by Steve
Need a lawn care business website built? Talk about search engine optimization. Or ask your lawn care and landscaping business web building related questions here. Show us your landscaping business web site for review.
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645 5,104
Gopher Software Support
The support posts are read-only. To ask your Gopher tech support question please email us at support@gophersoftware.com
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934 3,700
Shark1611
Help With Gopher Question

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Welcome to our newest member, dea_gill.

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  • dea_gill
    Reply to StartALawnCareBusiness Info
    dea_gill
    Keith, I am interested in purchasing your guide, however. I have a Surface Pro - I do not have a CDROM. Do you have another option such as using drop...
    Yesterday, 04:41 PM
  • mllewis33
    Reply to Say Hello !!!
    mllewis33
    Just Starting out and I'm here to learn as much as possible, and use some tools available....
    Yesterday, 02:01 PM
  • Zac123
    Website feedback
    Zac123
    Hey everyone, my name is Zac and I was hoping to get some professional feedback on a website we just had built. Our friend did it for cheap and I was...
    12-12-2016, 12:25 PM
  • Zac123
    Reply to Website feedback
    Zac123
    acrajchel - I really appreciate the in depth feedback! Thanks...
    Yesterday, 11:00 AM
  • Steve
    Reply to lawn school
    Steve
    Hi,

    It's not working right now since the forum switch. I will have to do some changes to it to get it working again. I do appreciate you...
    01-20-2017, 04:55 PM
  • mowbotix
    Using a little tech in mowing
    mowbotix
    Hi,

    We are a tiny startup that is working on robotic mowers and have moved into starting a lawn service business to try to learn how the...
    01-12-2017, 12:17 PM
  • Steve
    Reply to Using a little tech in mowing
    Steve
    That is fascinating. So ultimately will the home owner be the customer for such a product or would this be geared to the contractor?
    01-20-2017, 04:53 PM
  • mowbotix
    Reply to Using a little tech in mowing
    mowbotix
    Yup, the one in the video is v1 which was more of a proof of concept and has basic sensors to perform cuts. The v2 has the additional sensors, point depth,...
    01-20-2017, 11:11 AM
  • 2menandmowers
    Reply to lawn school
    2menandmowers
    do you still have the school on here? If so I would love the link to go back through it again
    01-19-2017, 08:36 PM
  • Steve
    Reply to Using a little tech in mowing
    Steve
    When you are mowing close to buildings, vehicles, trees, or whatever, will you have some kind of radar or camera sensors that the mower can use to keep...
    01-19-2017, 01:40 PM
  • mowbotix
    Reply to Using a little tech in mowing
    mowbotix
    Yup, I'm working on overlaying trajectory data over a lawn, via GIS, that allows laying out any stripping pattern you want while keeping constraints in...
    01-18-2017, 08:28 PM
  • Steve
    Reply to Using a little tech in mowing
    Steve
    That is really cool. It would be really neat to see how well it could do some striping patterns in lawns too. Have you also considered some kind of way to do line trimming as well?...
    01-18-2017, 06:35 PM
  • mowbotix
    Reply to Website feedback
    mowbotix
    Hey @acrajchel, this is some awesome feedback. I'm building a site too and take a lot of this to heart!
    01-18-2017, 11:39 AM
  • mowbotix
    Reply to Using a little tech in mowing
    mowbotix
    Yup, here is a video of the last cut I got Nov 2016 before it got too cold to be outside. https://youtu.be/0E3I6uQX4M0 Few things to keep in mind is this...
    01-18-2017, 11:36 AM
  • speedstick15
    Reply to Any successful one man operations? When to hire?
    speedstick15
    Start out solo unless you have a buddy interested in it as well. Work up and work hard. Earn a good reputation locally and as you expand, expand your...
    01-17-2017, 09:14 PM

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