- Using your own name within your business name (example: Tom's Complete Lawn Care)
- Using the area that you will be servicing within your business name such as the city, town or county (example: Ridgerock Lawn Service)
- Adding the services that you offer in your business name (example: Custom Lawn and Landscaping)
- A clever or funny name that is memorable (example: Mowtown Riders)
- A name that sounds professional (example: Pro Lawn Service)
Lawn business names should never be too long and usually the shorter the name you have, the easier it is for people to remember. You should also stay away from words that are hard to pronounce or understand.
It is also a good idea to list several lawn business names and then have friends and family look at your choices to see which ones they like and to get their opinions as well.
Before finalizing your choice, do some research first to make sure that there are no other lawn business names that is the same as yours. To do this you can search online or check the records at your county clerks office.