HAVE YOU EVER HEARD THE SAYING, "The road to hell is paved with good intentions"? Here is a scenario to think about: two weeks ago, one of your crew members came to work and realized that his car was running on fumes...
During his tenure as a landscape manager in California's Marin and
Sonoma counties, Tom Campbell noticed something alarming. The tremendous
overuse of water in landscaping made him jump into action and start a
new company dedicated to eliminating water in irrigation.
This is a huge amount of water devoted to a use that isn'considered a necessity in all circles. To make matters worse, experts estimate that as much as half of the water used for landscape irrigation is wasted due to evaporation, runoff, over-watering, and poorly designed systems.
In a business like landscaping where people come from all walks of life, Tony Bass is a breath of fresh air. Many of us meander into this business— some are born into it, but with Bass it was planned.
YOUR SUCCESSFUL COMPANY IS MORE than just your most valuable capital asset -- it represents the realization of your dream. During the start-up and growth stages, enhancing your firm's productivity was your primary goal.
Snow & Ice
If you're living and working in a four-season
climate and you're not already offering snow
and ice removal, chances are you've wondered
about it. There's no doubt that cleaning up
after winter weather is big business in this
country. Companies that do the job well can
make substantial profits in short order.
Although recent flooding across the Midwest has caused
many people to shelve their water shortage concerns,
officials are still alert to the possibility of drought, over-consumption
and other forces that limit our water supplies.
In several regions of the U.S., the worst is not yet
No homeowner wants to look out
their window and see green or tea-colored
water in their backyard
pond. This is why creating a
healthy, low-maintenance ecosystem
is so important to any contractor
who installs water features.