10 Reasons to start your own grave care business.
10 Good Reasons to Start Your Own Grave
If you want to start a small, highly profitable business, please
take a minute to consider purchasing our Grave Care Business
program. This is a huge business package to help you get started.
1) Set your own hours:
If you want to work a few hours per week in
your spare time or if you want to work full time year-round, the opportunities
are all yours in a grave care business. It really depends on you and your goals.
One of the purchasers of our program does all his work in the mornings and he
finishes before noon three days per week. Other people work 40 hours per week
year round. Whatever your goals, our grave care business program will help you
2) Unlimited income:
We will not tell you that you can make
$10,000 per month in your spare time. But we will tell you this, if you start
your business right and if you expand your business intelligently, you can make
a tremendous income. Also, as you add crews and employees, they will do the work
and make money for you. If you just want to work a few hours each week in the
summer, you can make great money but if you want to work hard and grow your
business, your income is virtually unlimited.
3) Work outside, have fun:
Grave care is fun and fulfilling work . You
get to work outside in beautiful surroundings. It is peaceful work and it gives
you time to contemplate nature and your environment as you are providing
services to your customers.
4) Buy "toys" like grounds equipment, digital cameras,
decorating supplies, etc:
One of my favorite parts of this business
is being able to look at, test out, and buy great equipment. If you like going
to hardware stores and equipment trade shows then this is an added bonus to your
grave care business. Spring-time is always fun when dealers are begging you to
test out the new spring line up. Better yet, most of the "toys" you purchase for
your business are tax deductible.
5) Work year-round or only during the summer:
Along about September when the grass growth
slows many people think that the grounds maintenance side of their business
winds down for the winter. Nothing is farther from the truth. There are SO MANY
other jobs that you will be able to do for customers that you can stay busy
year-round. Our program illustrates many business ideas that you can use to keep
the money rolling in all 12 months. Actually, some of the customers that have
purchased our program say that they make more during the fall and winter than
they do in the summer.
6) Start your grave care business on a shoestring:
A common question we are asked by people
wanting to start a grave care business is "how much will it cost to start?" Here
is a secret that not many people know. We started our business with less than
$300 worth of equipment. Where else can you start a legitimate business for
Don’t make the mistake of over buying incorrect equipment. The
GraveCareBusiness.com grave care business program includes an equipment
selection guide to help you purchase the correct equipment for your business.
7) Decide the types of jobs you want:
You might want to focus on small grounds
maintenance jobs. Or, you might want to go after the photography side of the
business. We outline many area of this business which are proven money makers.
8) Community Relationships:
When word gets out that you own your own
grave care business, you will be surprised how many new and interesting people
you will meet. You will get to bid on maintenance contracts in your town. Also,
churches and cemeteries in your town will contact you to offer you work. This
will introduce you to a wide variety of people in your area opening up many more
opportunities for you.
9) Long term never ending supply of grave care customers:
Most clients that hire you will be your
customers for years and years. There is a very low turn over rate and customer
retention is very stable. Word-of-mouth advertising will help bring more and
more customers to your business.
10) Work from home:
It is true that you will have to leave your
home in order to go out and do your work. But, in most communities, it is
perfectly legal to run a grave care business out of your home if you follow the
guidelines we show you within the Grave Care Business package.