Cracking the Code to Profit

The Blueprint for Building a Real Business in the Lawn Care and Landscaping Industry
by Ryan J. Sciamanna
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Publisher: AuthorHouse

Publication Date: April 13, 2018

ISBN: 9781546225171

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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What is Cracking the Code to Profit?

Cracking the Code to Profit is the complete, start to finish blueprint for building a REAL BUSINESS in the lawn care and landscaping industry. The author, Ryan Sciamanna, shares all his knowledge on how he went from a solo operator to six crews in three years.

Who is the book for?

Cracking the Code to Profit is for anyone thinking about starting a lawn care business to companies trying to break through the $200k to $300k gross revenue barrier. If you would like to, but are not already, making $100k per year as the owner of your lawn care company, you will benefit from reading this book.

Why Ryan wrote the book:

In 2016 Ryan narrowed his lawn care companies service offering down to lawn mowing and lawn treatments only. Prior to that, his company was a full-service lawn and landscape service provider offering all of the typical services including mulching, pruning, cleanups, leaf removals, hardscapes, landscape design and installation, and snow removal. He made the change in his business model to increase profit margins and reduce the amount of time required of him as the owner of the business.

Naturally, he needed to find referral partners for his lawn care customers because they still had other lawn and landscape needs his company no longer performed. He contacted several other lawn and landscape business owners in his area and told them he wanted to send them referrals for the work his company no longer performed and only asked they don't 'steal' his customers for the services they were still providing.

After shooting off the first several referrals, Ryan quickly realized that a lot of these companies needed help and until they improved their business operations, referring his clients to them was only making him look bad! He has since stopped referring work with the exception of a couple companies that proved they ...