Online Estimating Service Now Offers Sales Tools

Online Estimating Service Now Offers Sales Tools

Go iLawn is releasing a new version of its online property measuring service, which allows contractors to grow their businesses by streamlining the sales process.

Go iLawn is an online property measuring service that allows contractors to search, identify and measure properties with just a few clicks of a mouse. Contractors can accurately and efficiently bid more properties from the convenience of the office. For more information, visit Go iLawn.

Now Go iLawn is more than just a measuring service. A contractor has the ability to extract owner name, property value, complete mailing address with carrier route, land use identifier and other vital information necessary to provide an accurate bid. The property reports are available for residential, commercial and industrial properties.

Residential contractors can access the demographics of a neighborhood. Demographics include household income, average property value, and the average spent on home maintenance, pets and lawn services during the past year. This feature provides a competitive advantage when marketing to prospective customers.

“With over 4,000 contractors across the United States and Canada adopting Go iLawn, we listen to what our users need the most from our technology,” said Grant Gibson, president of Go iLawn. “We want our customers to grow their businesses with Go iLawn. The improved site functionality makes it even easier to use. Contractors can deliver bids in the hands of prospective or existing customers faster than before.”

“We tell contractors that Go iLawn is a great supplement when the contractor actually visits the property. Measuring the turf, mulch, shrubs, trees, asphalt, concrete and other items of interest prior to the property visit allows the contractor to spend more time with their prospective customer. We encourage contractors to complete measurements before visiting the property to make the property visit that much more productive. Our users know the exact number of manhours, the correct amount of materials to purchase, and, in turn, they are able to demonstrate to the customer that they know how to execute the job,” said Mike Rorie, former President of Ground Masters and now CEO of Go iLawn.