Small landscaping companies may need to rethink their management strategies once their crews grow to the "tipping point," writes Bryan Clayton, a landscape contractor. When Clayton's company grew to three crews, he transitioned from "in it" tasks to "on it" tasks, managing non-field facets of the company. In this article, Clayton discusses five business areas that growing landscape companies need to take note of, such as budget, legal matters, equipment purchases and others.

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