Five proven steps to landing your first HOA client (Landscapers)

I was 14 years old working in my father’s landscape business over the summer when I saw them. I was impressed by the fully uniformed staff with the logoed trucks all working together. This company did everything in the fancy community.  They had a truck that did just irrigation. Another that did just trimming and detailing and another that did all the gorgeous seasonal flowers in front. There was even a shiny pick-up truck that went around just checking on the guys. I remember thinking “this is what I want my company to be.” So, I set out to do just that.  But if you were like me back then, you have no idea how to start working with HOA clients. When I took over my father’s residential landscape business at the age of 22 I had no idea either. It was just my brother-in-law and I doing about 90 residential customers that we bought from my dad.      Read the article………….


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