Mowing Grass in a Cemetery
If you have ever thought about making money with plot maintenance and cemetery grounds maintenance, you probably know that mowing grass is a big part of performing your jobs. I got a kick out of this grave marker I came across recently in a Maine cemetery. The family name is Mower and it made me think about the importance of proper trimming and mowing techniques when you are mowing cemetery grass.
Almost anyone can buy a lawn mower and do basic grass cutting in a cemetery. However, there is good money to be made mowing cemetery grass and we urge you to take a professional approach in your cemetery grounds maintenance. Proper equipment selection, blade height adjustment, and mowing patterns go a long way to providing your cemetery customers with professionally groomed grass.
If you have ever thought about starting a business mowing grass in cemeteries, we urge you to consider purchasing our Grave Site Maintenance Business training course. This course goes into GREAT DETAIL to help you start and operate a successful Grave Site Maintenance Business.
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Autumn in a Cemetery - Great time to start your Grave Care Maintenance business
August 2011 – This year is flying by and the summer is already winding down. As much as I want summer to last just a bit longer, Autumn is my favorite time of year. Soon, the leaves will be turning colors and falling from the trees. There will be a nip in the night time sky and the day time shadows will grow just a little bit longer.
There is another benefit to Autumn. I LOVE working in cemeteries during the months of September, October, and November when the leaves are brilliantly colored and weather allows for fun working conditions. There are plenty of jobs to do in cemeteries this time of year. Tombstone cleaning, end-of-summer maintenance, pre-winter maintenance, floral decorations, plot repair, etc.
If you have ever thought about starting your own Grave Care Maintenance business, please look at our main website. We have developed a professionally produced, comprehensive business training course teaching you how to start and operate a successful grave care business.
Right now is an absolute perfect time to start your business and build your client list. The course covers practically everything you could want to know about running a grave care business. If you have any questions, please let us know.
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