So You’re Starting a Landscaping Business

So you're starting a landscaping business

As the economy slowly inches its way back to normalcy, millions of Americans still fail to feel the progression since it’s devastation in 2007.This is where we began to see a huge spike in small business growth and the rise of home-based businesses. Today, entrepreneurship is still a thriving trend, and millions of Americans are seeing the benefits of starting their own company.

Among the successful business ventures, landscaping and lawn care led the way alongside its other services related counterparts. If you’ve been thinking about getting started in a new project or have been seeking an opportunity to make some extra dough; try putting that green thumb to work in a new landscaping endeavor.

Types of Landscaping and Lawn care Business

  • Landscape architecture services
  • Landscape design/contracting services
  • Weeding or fertilizer application
  • Landscape maintenance services (commercial and or residential)
  • Hydroseeding
  • Sod installation

The great thing about getting into the green industry services business is there are many avenues to choose from; and many others to grow into. Starting small with basic lawn mowing can eventually lead you to an architectural design status (additional training may be required). The sky is truly the limit to your success and the revenue you earn.

Are you ready to be self employed? At Tri-State we encourage your personal and professional growth, however we also understand the importance of security. That’s why we offer compelling packages for Business Insurance in New Jersey as well as lines in Construction and Commercial Policies. For more information about our benefits packages as well as our other Business Insurance products throughout New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, please contact us at (888) 990-0526.

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