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Fesad Lawn Care
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How many years have you been in landscaping business, and what inspired you to get started?
In July 2017 I was living in Dallas, TX inspecting foreclosed homes through out southwest part of the country. 100% Traveling every week, I enjoyed the work but my passion was somewhere else. One day it hit me. “I need to follow my passion, my dream.” So I decided that in 2018 I would quit my job, move back to KC, and start my own lawn service. Little did I know, that in Nov. 2017 I was laid off and my plans were moved up by about 6 months. So instead of wallowing in pity. I packed up moved back to KC, and put my plan in motion. The only investment I had was passion, desire and a Lowe’s credit card. So I bought a self propelled lawn mower and started to work. Obviously family was a good start and then a friends parent needing help, and then other friends knew what is was dong and referrals started to happen. However, a few lawns is not going to pay the bills let alone grow a sustainable business. Struggling to make ends meet would lead most to put it off or just quit and get another job. But what I see for the future and how I want to run my business has kept my desire and belief strong. I’m in my second season with the same mower and needing more customers to grow. This is a brief description of my story so far, and more details are better left to share in person with you. Part of my philosophy of growing my company is simple. ‘Make your lawn look great each visit, you never know who’s watching.
How does your work stand out from other lawn service companies in the area?
Being outdoors, experiencing successful results after each mow and the joy of seeing how I made a lawn look great. Also unexpected days off due to rain. Ha!
What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
In a sense, I care more about what your neighbors think so that you have bragging rights. My goal for each lawn: I want you to win “yard of the month” like many neighborhoods have.
What do you like most about the lawn care industry?
This is my 3rd season. I am inspired by teaching high school students about running a business, entrepreneurial spirit, and taking personal responsibility for your actions.
What areas do you mainly service?
I cover pretty much the whole metro but I do need to sure it makes logistical sense so that I can be of greater service.