As a landscape industry professional, the “product” you deliver to your customers is the quality of the landscape. That’s the fruit of your labor, and the foundation of your reputation. And, of course, a key factor in building that foundation is having good equipment and taking care of it. If we look at what goes into maintaining your equipment, it reveals a lot more about your company’s culture than you might think. As John Wooden said, “Success is a by-product of preparation.” It turns out that good equipment practices are the result of having the right priorities and values.
This story originally ran in Landscape Business. View the full article here.