4 signs your landscaping prospect wants to hire your landscaping firm and how decorative rope can help
Are you a landscaping business that’s used rope in decorating a commercial property or residential project?
If so, this blog piece is for you.
How do you currently get new landscaping customers or bid on new commercial projects? Maybe you use some bidding websites, in order to bid on commercial projects, or perhaps your retail customers hire your landscaping firm to landscape their home?
Either way, we have five tips for you that will ultimately help your landscaping business get hired more often, by using rope in your projects.
Sign #1: Rope makes your projects look premium
When courting potential buyers, whether your buyer is a someone looking to increase the curb appeal of their commercial building or a resident on a lake, you need to be able to portray why your landscaping company is unique.
Something that sets your landscaping company is called a unique selling proposition.
Your unique selling proposition needs to be something that no other landscaping companies offer, like rope used in projects.
Rope used for docks at a lake place, rope for decor around a house, or rope used to border a building are excellent ways your landscaping company can differentiate yourself.
Aspire to excellence through premium aspects of landscaping projects, like using rope.
Sign #2: Rope makes it easier for you to sell your services
When your landscaping company is marketing your services, using ropes gives you easy content to highlight.
Content like photos to share on Instagram, Pinterest, and different social media sites.
Potential consumers and buyers of your landscaping services will LOVE to see pictures of projects that are unique, like ones with rope.
So embrace rope in your projects, as a part of your marketing efforts.
Sign #3: Rope gives you an additional revenue stream
By adding rope to your landscaping projects, it gives you a potential additional revenue stream.
For example, with rope you might be able to land a project that you couldn’t prior.
Without rope, you may lose out on landscaping projects because you don’t offer that type of service. Imagine doing business on the east coast, or Florida or the Midwest, for instance, where there are bodies of water that have a need for rope in boat and dock projects, or rope to be used in landscaping projects surrounding a house or cottage.
These are the types of projects your landscaping company should aspire to, and ones that potential customers want to hire you to help complete.