So, you've already decided to launch your own lawn painting business, but now you want to know how much to charge.
The U.S. national average for lawn painting ranges from 7 cents to 15 cents per square foot. The majority fall in the range of 10 to 11 cents per square foot. One factor in deciding what to charge is considering how much time you will likely take to do the job. Labor and the cost of living in the area the service is provided are among the top factors contributing to expense. Therefor, the charges for a thriving lawn painting business will depend on these factors.
There are a couple ways to answer this question. There is product cost through our online store or our distributors. then, there is the cost of application. For the DIYer, the cost is a matter of your own labor, the purchase price of Endurant, and a sprayer. For the professional who paints lawns as a business, there may be a little more involved.
If you are interested in helping people to maintain green grass all year long, a grass painting business may be for you. A grass painting business can have a relatively low investment startup cost compared with other business startups. It also complements other lawn and landscape offerings.
Geoponics, the makers of Endurant Landscape Colorants recommend starting simply with a battery powered backpack sprayer and a gallon of paint. That’s all you need to get started. Then, spread the word and offer your services.
Become an Endurant distributor or dealer in the U.S. or anywhere in the world. Geoponics, the makers of Endurant turf colorants, assists throughout the process. Distribution of Endurant turf colorant products is available in the U.S. or anywhere in the world. Geoponics is happy to assist. First, answer, do you want to become an Endurant Turf Colorant distributor or a dealer? Next, understand the difference between the options. Primarily, the difference is a matter of inventory and investment.
The first step to learning the best colorant for your grass type is to learn what type of grass you have. Because Sod Solutions recently created a graphic and blog to help you determine your grass type, we thought we would share that as a resource. From there, once you know whether you have a warm season or cool season grass and which species it is, you can learn the best colorant for that grass type.
Endurant turf colorant is easy to apply. Painting grass has been a common practice in sports field management and golf course maintenance for more than a decade. Now, it's also more common for owners of home lawns and landscapers to save money and get green grass while reducing water, fertilizer, fungicide and other chemical usage. Here's a step-by-step process to help you learn how to paint your lawn green.
Endurant is named for its ability to endure many conditions. It's extremely popular for use on golf courses. So, it's common for golf course superintendents to ask, how does Endurant hold up to cart traffic? The Endurant turf colorants will last on the grass, but heavy golf cart traffic does take a toll on grass in general.
Much like overseeded turf or grass of any type, cart traffic can leave markings. Golf carts and traffic can degrade conditions when in high concentration. Scattering carts or spreading heavy usage over the area helps. The colorant will last but the grass can be damaged nonetheless.
Geoponics, the makers of Endurant Turf Colorants, always recommend a specific mix ratio. However, individuals will choose a higher application rate if desiring the “see-it-from-the-moon” look. Or, they may apply more if looking to add contrast to clearly define their fairways. The best application rate with Endurant will depend upon the needs and desires of the user.
Determining which shade of Endurant Turf Colorant is best can be a matter of personal preference and grass type. Users will have preferences toward specific shades and generally select the shade that coordinates best with their natural turfgrass color.
Many turfgrass professionals choose to apply Endurant turf colorants in a two-coat method. If spraying Endurant in two directions, let the first pass dry for about 15-20 minutes. Allow even more time if possible. Then, apply the second coat perpendicular to the first coast. This wait time will reduce the chances for tire marks, footprints, etc.