The 5 Best Landscaping and Lawn Care Software Services

Landscaping and Lawn Care Software

It’s easier to manage your lawn care business with a software program that schedules clients, handles payments, and makes it easy to stay organized. But which one to choose? Your lawn care business has several key tasks to manage. Here are our top picks for lawn care software to manage your lawn care business, and what each excels at.

What we evaluated with Lawn Care Software

We had some mandatory requirements to ensure we had everything done for landscaping and lawn care software:

  • Invoicing and quoting
  • CRM and customer management
  • Built in marketing
  • Team management, dispatching, and time management
  • Website builder
  • Automated scheduling
  • Customized branding
  • Portfolio and pricing catelog

#1. Yottled

Yottled is our top pick because it focuses on enabling the best client experience. Clients love interacting with Yottled businesses which means more business for you. Further, it’s so simple and easy to use, you’ll be issuing quotes, managing customers, sending marketing emails, and processing payments in no time.

Yottled also allows you to manage a team of any size which is fantastic. You’re able to run reports for payroll regardless of your payroll provider.

Best of all, You’re never going to chase a payment again due to Yottled’s simple and easy invoicing solution. Yottled automatically totals what a customer owes you and can auto invoice – so you’re always up to date on your payments.

If you need an all-in-one solution and don’t want to have to learn to code to make it happen, Yottled is the perfect choice. Yottled even provides a website (or you can use your own). It’s seriously the best all-in-one solution.

#2. Jobber

Jobber is focused on field service software, so this is a great software for lawn care businesses that spend a lot of time tracking field teams and routes. Jobber has a client hub for customer service. In addition, you’ll be able to book customers online.

We found Jobber almost as delightful as Yottled, however you’re likely still going to need a website. For an all-in-one software, we did expect a more comprehensive website builder but this was a fantastic place to get your lawn care business started.

#3. YardBook

YardBook is also software made just for landscapers. YardBook includes features for sales teams, business operations, scheduling, routing, timesheets, expense tracking and chemical tracking. If you have a larger landscaping business that has a lot of equipment and chemicals to keep track of, or a larger sales team, this might be a great option for you.

#4. LawnPro

LawnPro software also helps you do estimates, invoicing, and it tracks routing including how much time you were at a client’s property. LawnPro is a good choice for lawn care companies that work strictly on hourly basis and need to track compact but complex team routes.

We found the software simple and easy to use but lacking in some of the critical areas such as team and job management.

#5. GoLMN

Golmn is an older software specific to landscaping and it’s starting to show its age. You’re able to get some basic functionality such as estimates, price lists, and team management but you’ll quickly find it complex. Further, you’ll want to spend additional capital on a dedicate website as GoLMN does not have anything specific to booking or branding. It was a rather expensive landscaping and lawn care software for what you get.

Why You Need Software To Run a Lawn Care Business

Having the best software for your lawncare management business is essential these days. It’s just not necessary to break your back keeping track of everything from customer payments to marketing on spreadsheets or paper. Choose one of the software programs that is designed just for your business needs. You’ll thank yourself later.


Laura Cowan

Laura Cowan

Laura K. Cowan is a tech editor and journalist whose work has focused on promoting sustainability initiatives for automotive, green tech and conscious living media outlets. A deep study of narrative journalism, storytelling and sustainable technology allows Ms. Cowan to draw out the meaningful stories of best practices from diverse professionals in an exploration of the culture and trends in emerging industries. She is currently Co-Founder and Executive Editor of Midwest tech news blog, Cronicle Press. Ms. Cowan’s writing and speaking have appeared with Automobile Quarterly, Writer Unboxed, Inhabitat, CNBC, The Ann Arbor Observer and The National Society of Newspaper Columnists.

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