Choosing the Right Name for Your Lawn Service
Find the best name for your lawn care business. We have put together this article to help you come up with a great name for your new lawn service.
Let's be real. New lawn businesses are popping up all the time. Choosing a memorable company name can help set you apart from the competition. Join ProMatcher today and learn how to better market your lawn business
Lawn Care Company Name Examples
We've compiled this list of name suggestions to get you started. Get inspired! Put your own spin on one of the names listed below.
1. AJ's Lawn Care
2. Cooke County Lawns
3. Mosaic District Yard Service
4. Great Lakes Lawn Co.
5. Long Branch Avenue Landscapers
6. RJK Lawn Care & Landscaping
7. Greener Lawns of Buffalo
8. Pascal Family Lawn Service
9. Cortez Landscaping & Irrigation
10. Earl's EZ Lawns
11. Lawn Professionals of Eastern Loudoun
12. Plano ProLawns
13. Wendell's Landscaping
14. ATX Landscaping Enterprises
15. Malibu Mowers
16. Northern Virginia Grass Care
17. Gainesville Grass Cutters
18. Main Street Lawn & Tree Care
19. Collegiate Mowers
20. Gordonsville Lawn Maintenance Co.
21. J & P Affordable Landscaping
22. Champion Landscaping Services
23. GreenPro Lawn Service
24. Little Rock Yard & Sprinklers
25. Hometown Lawn & Shrub Maintenance
26. Tennessee Top-Notch Lawns
27. JJ's Lawn Care & Leaf Removal
28. Russell & Son Gardening
29. Glen Rock Grass Masters
30. East Lansing Mowing
31. Louis the Lawn Guy
32. Charlottesville Lawn Advantage
33. MVP Mowers
34. Great Lakes Lawn Care & Snow Removal
35. Silver Lake Yard Experts
36. Hartford Grounds Maintenance
37. Giuliani Family Natural Lawn Care
38. Central Michigan Grass & Garden
39. The Grass Guys of Greensboro
40. Corona Commercial Landscaping
41. Big Frank's Landscape Design Co.
42. Southwest Organic Lawns
43. Brown Property Maintenance
44. Midtown Yard Medics
45. Miracle Lawns of Princeton
46. Boise Lawn + Garden Care
47. St. Augustine Lawn + Pest
48. Theo's Lawn Service of Texarkana
49. Big Easy Leaf + Lawn
10 Tips for Naming Your Lawn Company
1. Keep it short.
Names that are are often harder to remember. Anything longer than four words might be too long.
2. Simplicity is key!
Don't try to make things overly complicated.
3. Don't be too vague.
It should be somewhat obvious that you work in the landscaping industry. If your company name is "PJ Enterprises" or "Russell and Sons Outdoor", how will prospective customers knows that you mow lawns?
4. Go local.
It can be helpful to include the name of your city, town, state, county, or region in your business name. When people come across an ad for your company, they will automatically have an idea of where you work.
5. Use your own name.
Be proud enough of your work to put your name on it! It doesn't hurt that customers love to hire local, family businesses. This can be your advantage over national brands and franchises.
6. Emphasize your specialty.
Make it clear what your lawn company does best! Do you also install lawn sprinklers? Do you plow snow in the off-season? Do you do tree work?
7. Think long-term.
Will you be happy with the name of your company next year? In 5 years? In 10 years? Do you hope to offer additional services in the future? Will the name still represent your company well?
8. Be unique.
Choose a name that is unique to you. It should not be easily confused with other local lawn services. If there is already a "Louisberg Lawn Service", don't name your business "Louisberg Lawn Company".
9. Be memorable.
It's okay to have fun with it! You can pick a name that's funny or entertaining. People will remember those names with ease. You can also develop a catchy slogan to accompany your fun name.
10. Pick a name that you love!
This should be obvious. Choose a name for your lawn service that you like and will continue to like for many years. You should be exciting about starting this new business!