Why Dealer-Contractors and landscapers should work with ArtificialGrass.Biz?

Because of 25 years experience. Our support and providing local SEO marketing services to dealers, contractors and landscapers is a great way to help you increase your visibility and attract more customers in your local area. Some specific strategies that are effective for these types of businesses include:

  • Optimizing their Google My Business listing to ensure accurate and complete information, including services offered, hours of operation, and contact details.
  • Building citations on relevant directories and online business listings to improve their online visibility and credibility.
  • Creating high-quality, locally-focused content on their website and social media channels to attract customers who are searching for services like theirs in their area.
  • Building backlinks from reputable websites in their industry, as well as local news and directories.
  • Targeting specific keywords that are relevant to their services and the local area.
  • NAP
  • Reviews

By implementing our local SEO strategies, dealers contractors and landscapers can improve their rankings in search engine results and attract more customers to their business.

We hyper focus on all SEO factors and reviews so you get top placement in Google

Reviews are important for dealers, landscapers and contractors because they can have a significant impact on a business’s online visibility and credibility. Here are a few reasons why reviews are important:

  1. Search engines value customer reviews and may use them as a ranking factor in their algorithms. Having positive reviews can help a business rank higher in search engine results for keywords related to their services.

  2. Reviews provide social proof that a business is reputable and trustworthy. Potential customers are more likely to trust a business that has a good reputation, as evidenced by positive reviews.

  3. Reviews can provide valuable insights into a business’s strengths and weaknesses. By reading customer reviews, a business can learn what they are doing well and where they need to improve.

  4. Reviews can be used as a powerful marketing tool. A landscaper can use positive reviews as testimonials on their website, social media, and other marketing materials to attract new customers.

  5. Reviews can also be used to build trust with potential customers. After seeing a lot of positive feedback from previous customers, new customers would feel more secure about making a purchase.

Our Dealer program provides the best support and warranty
(No Inventory Necessary)

Dealer marketing support provided by includes a variety of services to help dealers promote their business and increase visibility online. These services include search engine optimization (SEO) to improve the ranking of the dealer’s website in search engine results, Google AdWords to create and manage online advertising campaigns, marketing strategies to increase brand awareness and drive sales, local SEO to improve the visibility of the dealer’s business in local search results, and review management to help the dealer respond to and manage customer reviews. Our stocking dealers do enjoy much better pricing but its up to you, you may work out of your home if you wish. Our 15 year warranty is one of the best in the country.

Would an extra 45k to 75k additional revenue a month be nice?

Artificial grass has become an increasingly popular landscaping option in recent years. Not only does it offer a low maintenance alternative to natural grass, but it can also provide a number of benefits such as water savings, reduced need for fertilizer and pesticides, and a more consistent appearance throughout the year.

For landscapers, offering artificial grass installation can be a great way to expand their services and increase revenue. According to recent data, landscapers can make an extra $45,000 to $75,000 by using a 3-man crew to install artificial grass.

This is not just a theoretical possibility, but a proven reality when working with AGL. Many landscapers have already seen success by offering artificial grass installation, and have reported significant increases in their business as a result.

One of the reasons for this success is that artificial grass can be a great option for a wide range of properties, from residential homes to commercial properties, sports fields, and even playgrounds. It can also be used to create beautiful and functional outdoor spaces such as patios, decks, and pool areas.

Another reason why artificial grass has become so popular among landscapers is that it can be installed relatively quickly and easily, with minimal disruption to the property. This allows landscapers to take on more projects and increase their productivity.

However, it’s important to note that proper installation is crucial for the longevity and aesthetic appeal of the artificial grass. Landscapers should make sure to use high-quality materials and follow proper installation techniques to ensure the best results for their clients.

Automation and online hub for Dealers-Landscape-Contractors

Artificial Grass & Landscaping, a company based in Rancho Cordova, CA is looking for Dealers and Landscape Contractors and is offering automation for measuring and accounting for their dealers and contractors. This means that we have implemented technology-based tools and software that streamline the process of measuring and accounting for the artificial grass and landscaping projects for their dealers and contractors.

We have software that helps contractors and dealers to quickly and accurately measure a job site, calculate the necessary materials and provide an accurate quote. Additionally, we are providing an online portal for dealers and contractors to access their account information, invoices, and other financial information in real-time, which can help streamline the accounting process and improve efficiency.

This automation can help save time, improve the accuracy and reduce the administrative work for their dealers and contractors, allowing them to focus on the installation and delivering quality work to the customers.

ArtificialGrass.Biz and Shopper Reviews promises you rankings and results!

Yes, that’s correct. and Shopper Reviews provide a variety of services to help dealers promote their business and increase visibility online. These services include automated posting to social media platforms, review management to help the dealer respond to and manage customer reviews, website design to improve the look and functionality of the dealer’s website, and more. Additionally, they offer services to help dealers with their online reputation management, which involves monitoring and managing the dealer’s online presence, including social media, review sites, and other online platforms, to ensure that they have a positive reputation and to help them respond to and address any negative reviews or feedback.

Artificial Grass & Landscaping offers 2 day shipping (not counting day of order)

Artificial Grass & Landscaping, based in Rancho Cordova, California, offers two-day shipping to their dealers and landscape contractors. This means that when dealers and contractors place an order for artificial grass or landscaping materials, they will receive the shipment within two days, which can help them to quickly and efficiently complete their projects.

This is a great feature for dealers and contractors as it allows them to minimize downtime and keep their projects on schedule. Additionally, it can also help to reduce the need for large inventory storage, which can save them money on warehousing and logistics costs.

Two-day shipping is a competitive advantage and can help to attract and retain customers by providing them with faster and more convenient service. It also allows dealers and contractors to respond more quickly to customer demand and complete projects in a timely manner, which can lead to increased customer satisfaction and repeat business.

Rest assured as a ArtificialGrass.Biz Dealer/Contractor you will have true wholesale pricing.

Artificial Grass & Landscaping being a part owner of a manufacturing facility for synthetic turf gives them a unique advantage in the industry. Because they own part of the manufacturing process, they are able to control the cost of production and thus offer better pricing to their dealers and contractors.

Having a direct link to the manufacturing facility also allows them to have a better understanding of the production process, which can help them to improve the quality of their products and offer a more consistent and reliable product. This can help to attract and retain customers, as well as increase customer satisfaction.

Being a part owner of the manufacturing facility also allows Artificial Grass & Landscaping to have more control over their inventory and shipping schedules, which can help them to respond more quickly to customer demand and complete projects in a timely manner. It also allows them to offer more flexible and customized products, which can help to differentiate them from their competitors.

Having control over the pricing, quality, and inventory can be a major competitive advantage, and can help Artificial Grass & Landscaping to attract and retain customers while making it easier for the dealer and contractors to manage their projects with a reliable supplier.

We assist you and help you become a contractor in the state of California, D-12 and C-27. Our Law and Trade courses have 40+ years of experience.

To obtain a California C-27 Landscaping Contractor license, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Meet the minimum qualifications: You must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid Social Security number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number.

  2. Fulfill the experience and education requirements: You must have at least four years of experience in the landscaping field, with at least one year of experience in a supervisory role. Alternatively, you can fulfill the experience requirement with a combination of education and experience, such as having a degree in landscape architecture or a related field and two years of experience.

  3. Obtain a contractor’s license bond: You must obtain a $15,000 contractor’s license bond from a surety company.

  4. Pass the C-27 license examination: You must pass the C-27 Landscaping Contractor license examination, which consists of two parts: a law and business exam and a trade exam. The law and business exam covers topics such as business operations, contracts, and labor laws, while the trade exam covers topics such as planting and irrigation systems, hardscaping, and safety regulations.

  5. Submit an application and pay fees: You must submit a completed application, including proof of experience and education, a certificate of bond, and the required fees.

  6. Obtain liability insurance: You must obtain liability insurance with a minimum coverage of $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 in aggregate.

Once you have completed these steps, your application will be reviewed, and you will be notified if your license has been approved.

The Law and Business examination for contractors in California covers topics related to operating a construction contracting business in compliance with state laws and regulations. The exam consists of 115 (approximate) multiple-choice questions and has a time limit of 2.5 hours.

The following topics are covered on the Law and Business examination:

  1. Business Organization: This topic covers the different types of business entities, such as sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, and limited liability companies (LLCs), and the advantages and disadvantages of each. It also covers topics related to business taxes, accounting, and record-keeping.

  2. Business Finance: This topic covers the basic principles of financial management, including budgeting, cash flow management, and financial reporting. It also covers topics related to loans, bonding, insurance, and contracts.

  3. Employment Requirements: This topic covers the laws and regulations related to hiring and managing employees, such as wage and hour laws, workers’ compensation, and discrimination laws. It also covers the basics of labor law, including unionization, collective bargaining, and employee benefits.

  4. Licensing Requirements: This topic covers the requirements for obtaining and maintaining a contractor’s license in California, including bonding, insurance, and continuing education.

  5. Contract Requirements: This topic covers the elements of a legally binding contract, including contract formation, performance, and termination. It also covers the different types of contracts used in construction, such as lump-sum contracts, cost-plus contracts, and time-and-materials contracts.

  6. Risk Management: This topic covers the various types of risks that contractors face and how to manage them, including safety hazards, environmental risks, and project-specific risks. It also covers the basic principles of insurance and surety bonds.

  7. California State Laws and Regulations: This topic covers the various laws and regulations that contractors must comply with in California, including the California Contractors State License Law, the Business and Professions Code, and the Code of Regulations. It also covers other state laws and regulations that contractors must be aware of, such as the Labor Code and the California Environmental Quality Act.

The C-27 Landscape Contractor examination in California covers topics related to the installation and maintenance of landscape features and systems. The exam consists of 125 (approximate) multiple-choice questions and has a time limit of 3.5 hours.

The following topics are covered on the C-27 Landscape Contractor examination:

  1. Planting: This topic covers the different types of plants used in landscaping, including trees, shrubs, flowers, and turfgrass. It also covers topics related to planting techniques, such as soil preparation, irrigation, and fertilization.

  2. Irrigation Systems: This topic covers the design, installation, and maintenance of irrigation systems, including sprinklers, drip systems, and controllers. It also covers topics related to water conservation, such as scheduling, pressure regulation, and soil moisture sensors.

  3. Hardscaping: This topic covers the installation of non-plant features in the landscape, including paving, walls, fences, decks, and outdoor structures. It also covers topics related to materials, such as concrete, brick, stone, and wood.

  4. Grading and Drainage: This topic covers the principles of landscape grading and drainage, including slope, contouring, and surface water management. It also covers topics related to erosion control and stormwater runoff.

  5. Safety Regulations: This topic covers the basic principles of safety in the landscape industry, including proper use of equipment and tools, hazard identification, and injury prevention. It also covers topics related to workers’ compensation and OSHA regulations.

  6. Estimating and Bidding: This topic covers the principles of estimating and bidding for landscape projects, including cost analysis, markup, and profit margin. It also covers topics related to contract negotiation and project management.

  7. Project Management: This topic covers the basic principles of project management, including scheduling, budgeting, and resource allocation. It also covers topics related to communication, team building, and customer relations.

Studying these topics and practicing with sample questions can help you prepare for the C-27 Landscape Contractor examination and increase your chances of passing it. Additionally, some resources that you may find helpful include the California Contractors License Law and Reference Book and the California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA).

Expensive? No, contact us and we will explain.

We are waiving fees for qualified dealers, no major 35k upfront expense like others Artificial Grass companies. We have dealers working out of their home with no inventory. Contact us today by email, phone or text by using the green button to the lower right.

We are currently seeking Dealers in every city in California.

Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Fresno, Sacramento, Long Beach, Oakland, Bakersfield, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Riverside, Stockton, Chula Vista, Fremont, Irvine, Modesto, San Bernardino, Fontana, Oxnard, Moreno Valley, Huntington Beach, Glendale, Santa Clarita, Garden Grove, Santa Rosa, Rancho Cucamonga, Oceanside, Temecula, Corona, Pomona, Hayward, Lancaster, Salinas, Corona, Santa Clara, El Monte, Fullerton, Concord, Visalia, Vallejo, Victorville, Berkeley, Fairfield, Roseville, Antioch, Inglewood, Richmond, Murrieta, Ventura, Westminster, Santa Maria, Elk Grove, San Mateo, Concord, Orange, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Concord, Hayward, Vacaville, Vallejo, Fairfield, Temecula, San Luis Obispo, Rancho Cordova, San Mateo, Redding, San Marcos, Santa Barbara, Livermore, Lake Forest, Santa Monica, Daly City, Vista, Westminster, San Clemente, Ventura, Rialto, Santa Fe Springs, San Rafael, Santa Cruz, Santa Ana, San Jacinto, San Gabriel, San Fernando, San Carlos, San Bernardino, San Buenaventura, San Bernardino, San Angelo, San Leandro, San Marcos, San Mateo, San Rafael, San Juan Capistrano, San Jacinto, San Clemente, San Carlos, San Bruno, if your city is not listed call us at 916-233-4745.

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