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TAG: Bemus Landscape

Sperber returns to Southern California with Bemus Landscape partnership

November 16, 2021By

Sperber Landscape Companies recently announced a partnership with Bemus Landscape which marks Sperber’s return to Southern California. read more

Irrigation apps to the rescue

February 10, 2021By
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Irrigation experts from around the U.S. offer up the apps they have implemented that help keep their businesses humming and profitable. read more

‘The book that changed my business’

February 10, 2014By

Which titles have had the greatest impact on Green Industry companies? Four business owners share their must-reads.  By Bill Bemus, President Bemus Landscape, a $21 million, full-service landscape company San Clemente, Calif. Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl is one of the most challenging books I’ve ever read. I first became aware of Frankl about 20 years ago when as... read more

‘Affordable’ care?

July 26, 2013By

Will “Obamacare” batter or bolster your bottom line? The question is an important one, given the impact of health insurance costs on the earnings of small business owners. While calculating the precise effect of the complicated Affordable Care Act (ACA) is difficult, you have a good chance of turning it to your advantage if you have fewer than 50 employees... read more

ETwater program allows remote monitoring

July 24, 2013By

ETwater, Novato, Calif., has developed the ETwater solution to help customers save water and save money. The ETwater solution automatically determines ideal watering schedules to keep from wasting water. It also allows users to monitor and manage their irrigation system from a laptop, tablet, or smartphone. “Our customers save money on water because the ETwater system is automatically irrigating based... read more

How to sell sincerely

October 14, 2012By

I remember a conversation I had with a friend who worked as a project manager for a large commercial real estate development company. The name of a particular landscape company came up and my friend became apoplectic: “Oh! Those guys suck! I just had them on one of my projects. Hate ‘em! They were a pain in the ass every... read more