On today's episode, we take the chance to talk about the two different products that stood out to us as hardscapers at the Landscape Ontario Congress show and the takeaways from the Landscape and Hardscape Business Success Summit.
On today's episode, we are joined by landscape business coach and consultant Frank Bourque who talks with us about how business owners can address their inefficiencies and invest in tools that are going to help their on-site efficiency in 2020.
On today's episode, we are joined by Justin and Jacob Reid of M-QUIP. They talk with us about a variety of subjects regarding using vacuum lifting equipment, what products they have available for hardscapers, and why you should be using vacuum lifting equipment on your job sites.
On today's episode, Ray Rodenburgh of Unilock talks about how the UniLyft, U-Level, and Uvision can help address the labor shortage and help your efficiency from the planning and design process to the installation.
On today's episode, we are joined by Aaron Phifer of Techniseal to talk about cleaning and sealing interlock, the different products that they have available, how to use them, and selling these services to your customers.
Looking for the right edge restraint to replace your plastic edging for open graded bases? Perma Edge offers a product that is flexible and more permeable than using a concrete product. We talk with co-founder Chris Yancey regarding this product and why you should be using it in your next install.
We talk with Paver Pete about different base preparation methods for different scenarios and being versatile in your installation. We also talk about creating an outdoor living space for your customer and selling them on the idea of what they can use their outdoor living space for.
We surveyed landscapers to ask them what they wish they knew before starting their business. There were a lot of common themes from the responses and we chose nine points to discuss on today's episode.
In this episode, we talk about how to start your business with no money by drawing on our past experiences with starting our business and how we did it. From beginning my career working for a hardscape supplier learning as much as I could to starting to do jobs on the side to take what I had learned and to put it into practice to eventually starting my business, I talk about all these steps and where it has taken my business over time and how you can do the same with yours if you are just starting out.
In this episode, we give you a rundown on what you can expect from the podcast. We will be talking about tools, products, materials, new installation methods, interviews with industry leaders, and featured hardscapers.