Next Steps In Owning Your Own Lawn Care Business

Your investment in your future is an important decision and one not to be taken lightly, we understand this, at every stage of your journey you control the decision timescale.

Lawnscience is committed to ethical franchising so you can be assured that we will supply you with accurate information upon which you can base your decision.

We have a 7-Step process to owning a Lawnscience lawn care franchise:

 

Step One

Obtain a copy of our lawn care franchise prospectus; it contains more information about our lawn care business opportunity.

Step Two

Let’s schedule a no-obligation talk, if we are going to work together we need to get to know one another. We can also answer your initial questions at this stage

Step Three

Come and see us at Milton Keynes, we will explain the lawn care business to you in detail and answer any questions that you may have. if you have a partner they are welcome to attend this meeting

Step Four

Talk with our partners and see how they rate their Lawnscience lawn care businesses.

Step Five

We can get to work with you to create your personalised territory. At this stage, your local knowledge will be invaluable to make sure you get the best territory in your area.

Step Six

When you are completely happy and have had time to get your agreement scrutinised by your legal advisor, sign your lawn care franchise contract securing your protected territory.

Step Seven

Your training begins and you are off!

If you think a Lawnscience lawn care business might be the right opportunity for you, call 01908 504664 today.

PROSPECTUS

Lawnscience Lawn Care Franchise Prospectus





 

 

Dean Southall - Lawnscience Franchise

I'd run my own business for 8 years before starting my Lawnscience business, so it was no great change for me. I find running my own business tremendously rewarding, I am building something for myself that has long term earnings potential, I don't mind working hard to achieve this. I particularly like the fact that I am in control and whilst I'm busy all the time doing things like business development I really enjoy it. I don't think there are any 9 to 5 jobs out there nowadays and I'd rather be working the hours developing my own business rather than somebody else's. I have a medium term plan for this business which will give me more control over my future. In the short run I'm working very hard to get it established but even now can decide 'how much work' I take on at certain times of the year. I plan to go multi-van next year and continue growing my business. A full- time employee will no doubt present some challenges but also tremendous opportunities. I always enjoyed management so hopefully it's another area of the job that I'll adapt to. If you've never run your own business before then think carefully about whether it's for you. Self-employment makes the good days so much better, but there will be challenging days. You need self-motivation but the training here is excellent so how busy you are will be down to you.

Dean Goodall