Market & Competition
The business is incredibly strong. It has clean books, a full staff of employees whose average tenure is over 7.5 years, and owns high quality, relatively new equipment. The multiple business lines afford a stable set of revenue streams. This was further proven during COVID. Despite being offline for a brief period of time, the business was still able to grow top-line revenues compared to 2019.
One area for improvement is the business’s online presence. The business does not have built out social media pages, nor does it drive customers to leave online reviews. This has never been an issue given how strong their word-of-mouth channel has been, but it’s an area for a buyer to consider investing.
Growth & Expansion
There are two major opportunities. The first is to expand the services offered by the business to include irrigation and landscaping lighting. The second is to invest in online presence, reviews and advertising.
The 11.5 acre property is located in a suburb of the capital city, Albany. The land is zoned industrial, commercial, light industrial and residential. The facility itself is a 60 x 50 Morton warehouse. It has two overhead doors with two normal door entrances. The building has one bathroom, electric, air compressor hook ups, and welding hook ups.
The building and land are part of the asking price, and allocated to be worth $450,000.
Support & Training
The owner is willing to stay on for between 1 and 3 months to help introduce the buyer to key clientele, the employees, and the main suppliers.
Reason for Selling
The owner is moving to be closer to children.