Known as the "company with the green thumb," people trust Lawn Doctor and value our personalized lawn and outdoor pest control services. Not surprising, we lead the category in customer satisfaction with an 80% customer retention rate. If you are a leader with basic marketing and sales skills, and appreciate great customer service, Lawn Doctor will enable you to build an enterprise to help you achieve your goals. We provide proven in-house marketing programs to help you build your business and world class systems to help you manage the growth. We'll even help get you started by providing the financing for over half of the initial investment.
To buy a franchise with Lawn Doctor, you'll need to have at least $60,000 in liquid capital. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $100,105 - $125,065. Lawn Doctor charges a franchise fee of $35,000. They also offer financing. *
|Misc. Options:||$10,000 discount if you qualify for VetFran, MinorityFran or First Responder discounts.|
|Subsector:||Lawncare & Landscaping, Mosquito & Tick Control|
Lawn Doctor offers custom lawn care solutions to residential and business consumers, including lawn services, pest control, and tree and shrub care.
With over 50 years of experience in the industry, Lawn Doctor stands apart by being the leader in customer satisfaction, with an average customer retention rate of over 80%.
Lawn and landscape services are a $78 billion a year industry, and each year, more and more homeowners switch away from do-it-yourself lawn care to effective professional solutions.
Single-Territory - Whether you’re looking for a business that can support your family or you want a point of entry into a business that can grow quickly into multi-unit ownership, our single-territory franchise plan is the place to start.
Multi-Territory - With our low cost of entry and expansion market programs, our multi-territory franchise opportunity is ideal for franchisees of other systems looking to expand their in-market business footprint, or anyone looking to jumpstart their career in franchising.
Empire Builders - Approximately 10% of Lawn Doctor franchisees fall into this group. Many started out as owner operators and grew over time. Those with big dreams, ambition and a willingness to put in the work will find a great opportunity with us.
Lawn Doctor franchisees generate revenue through multiple proven revenue streams, including:
Depending on location, the lawn care season can be year-round, or may be confined to part of the year. In both cases, Lawn Doctor offers clients a monthly payment model, which eases payment for them, and helps ensure that franchisees have recurring revenue coming in year-round.
Many Lawn Doctor franchisees choose Lawn Doctor because they are seeking a simpler way to generate revenue while increasing flexibility in their lifestyle.
The hallmarks of our business system support those goals:
Through our training process all of our franchisees learn what they need to know in every area of their new business, from agronomy to marketing, and compiling accurate proposals to sales.
Initial Training - Training begins with an introductory call from your Regional Business Consultant followed by a two-week classroom and hands-on training program at our national headquarters.
Two-Year Field Training - You will be assigned a Regional Business Consultant who will be your primary point of contact throughout the life of our business relationship and have On-Site Consultations every eight weeks for your first two years in business.
Ongoing Training & Support - Ongoing training is provided through a number of ways including Quarterly regional business meetings, our Annual Conference, Weekly Webinars, and more.
Lawn Doctor requires applicants to demonstrate a minimum liquidity of $60,000 in order to move forward in the process.
Typically, Lawn Doctor franchisees possess many of the following attributes, making the Lawn Doctor system a good fit for their business approach:
Alabama, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, North Dakota, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, New Hampshire, Mississippi, Washington
Interested parties should have at least $60,000 in liquid capital to invest.