Since March of 2014, I have taken a small garage based business in a small city of just over 6,000 people to what will most likely hit $80,000 in sales 2017. Now when I say small, my garage is 25′ X 25′ of actual working space and I don’t have any employees, it’s just me. I knew very little about small engine repair before I started my business and had some basic tools such as wrenches, sockets and screwdrivers etc,. After a little market research, I determined that this was an area that was viable to start a small engine repair business, so I did very little advertising and expected that I would do $5,000 in my first year from March – December 2014. Well, I guess I underestimated that by a long shot and grossed over $28,000! With more advertising, the next year it doubled to $58,000, year 3 went to $67,000 and it looks to hit $80,000 in 2017. And this is just repair work only. I do not sell any new equipment although I do fix up used equipment to sell. If I can do this in the 2nd poorest state in the nation, you should be able to do as well or better! Of course there is no guarantee on anything in life and your sales numbers will depend on how much effort you put into your own business. This book will provide a step by step guide to start your business. It will also show you tools that make your job much easier as well as marketing and sales methods to get your phone ringing. It will also help you avoid the pitfalls of this industry. Included are the secrets to finding the major suppliers and hard to find parts. This book covers opening and running your business from A to Z. Knowledge is power and having a proven business model to follow will jumpstart your business while other start-ups wonder what their next step will be. Let “Mark The Mechanic” show you how to grow a successful Small Engine Repair Business in your area!

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November 13th, 2017

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3 Comments

  • Tom Canterbury says:

    Read this book first!

  • Msg Herbert B. Spencer says:

    Good Information for business. Not sure how the customer would take it. The book is well written and all inclusive of the beginning of a small business. In reading the book, I realized that in utilizing a fairly high labor rate or shop charge, and marking up the costs of small engine parts, soon would put most repairs out of being practical or economical. When one can buy a new walk behind self propelled mower for under $300.00, it makes little sense to put even $100.00 repairs into a three year old mower. Example: I have a four year old Sears DRT garden tiller…

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