How to Craft a Creative Name for Your Lawn Care Business
Take the words from your list and think of potential names or slogans that use puns, word-play or variations of other common bits of language from our culture. The first word that stood out to me on the list below was the word "green." Since green rhymes with clean, and my mind seems to be hard-wired to notice rhymes, I thought of the cleaning product "Mr. Clean" and came up with Mr. Green Lawn Service: Lawns Fed, Weeds Dead. Not everything you come up with will be good (just look at my list below), but that is okay. Naming your lawn care business is a creative process. The first step is to simply craft names that are associated with your list. You can decide what is good later, trashing the names that didn't make the cut.
It doesn't have to be literature. Just have fun, and come up with as many catchy names as you can. One tip, try to make it memorable without being offensive, or it will cost you some business. And if you are going to use a creative name, make sure that your customer base will understand the meaning by shying away from puns or personal references that only a select group would understand. Picture your chosen name on some lawn care business cards - does it look and sound right?
Our Example List With Lawn Care Business Names:
Grass--Always Greener Lawn Service
Seed--Lawn Seed Savers
Green--Mr. Green Lawn Service
Trim--A Bit Off the Top Lawn Care
Edge--Edge Lawn Service
Dirt--We Dig Dirt Lawn and Garden
Weed Whacker--Death to Weeds Lawn Service