2013-01-16 06:57:16 - Local Kansas City landscaping company, Garden Gate Landscaping is entering the year strong with a new arsenal of products and design integration. Strong momentum in the commercial and residential sector from last fall has the business convinced one of their best years yet is just ahead.
Spring is around the corner and the City of Fountains, known for a robust landscaping industry, is recovering from the drought of 2012. With a hopeful year ahead, many Kansas City landscaping companies, the majority of which were badly affected by the drought, are bracing for a bounce-back season. Garden Gate Landscaping says they're ready.
“Even in tough times consumers are searching for quality and trustworthy work,” comments Garden Gate's owner Michael Candillo, “We see a lot of botched work out there. Some landscapers just want a quick buck. It’s common that somebody calls us to come in and make the necessary corrections on a job and finish it the right way. People are willing to hire a professional to do
it the right way, and that's one of the reasons why I think we’ve been continually growing despite the drought. I’m confident that this business will maintain it's increasing revenue this year.”
Candillo says His Business gained enough new business during last year’s drought to make 2012 his best year so far - nearly doubling his previous year’s revenues. He believes 2013 will prove to be even better. In light of the expansion of commercial maintenance contracts and growing demand for residential Kansas City landscaping his expectations seem justified.
For those wanting to know the secret of His Company’s growth Candillo is only willing to give one bit of advice, “Diversification. While some Kansas City landscaping companies focus on one specific area of lawn, garden or landscape work we have diversified to offer full services ranging from unique residential custom jobs to large scale commercial maintenance.” No matter what type of services Garden Gate puts on their menu Candillo and his team are committed to the long term satisfaction of both residential and commercial customers. If their reviews on the internet are any indication, they are succeeding.
Late winter and early spring is expected to be a busy time for Garden Gate as “Spring Service” business such as cleaning yards and preparing properties for the warm-weather growth picks up. Candillo even has a few innovative cards up his sleeve to give His Company an edge on the competition.
With a creative Michael Candillo behind the wheel and the most successful year of his business just behind, Garden Gate looks to continue strong in 2013. For more information visit www.kcgardengate.com