How to customize a CRM to become a more organized and efficient landscaper

As a landscaper, you want to spend the majority of your time making your clients’ lawns and gardens look beautiful, not worrying about organization and the finer details of your business. A CRM can help you stay organized, keep track of leads and clients, and streamline your workflow so that you can focus on what you do best. To get off to the best possible start with your new CRM, you’ll want to customize it to suit your needs.

There are many CRM features that there’s no need to customize, but to make the most of your CRM, some features will require a bit more set up. To speed up your CRM set up process, read on for customization ideas that will help you get the best value out of your CRM as a landscaper.

Three critical features that you’ll want to customize in your CRM are groups, pipelines, and custom fields. Take a look below for some inspiration for how you can customize these three features as a landscaper and make your CRM work for you.

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Segment and organize your list of contacts and companies in the CRM.



Track any workflow or process that you repeat over and over again.


Custom fields

Collect all the information you need that is critical for your work.

Custom fields

As a landscaper, it will be especially important to collect information on the lawns and gardens that you maintain for clients.

  • 🟩Lawn Size (text field to store the dimensions of the client’s lawn)
  • 🚜Preferred Mowing Schedule (dropdown field to store each client’s preferred schedule)
  • 🪻Garden Maintenance Requirements (textbox area to store any noteworthy details about a particular garden)
  • 🧰Equipment Used (checkbox field that so you can check off which particular pieces of equipment are necessary for each client’s yard)
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Custom fields let you take your CRM to the next level. Collect more than just the basic information about the contacts and companies you work with; instead, collect everything that is critical for your work.


Pipelines are composed of statuses—each status is step in the process you are tracking. Pipelines consist of both active and closed status. An active status is something that requires follow up or additional work. A closed status tracks the end points of a process.

As a landscaper, you can use a pipeline to track your entire process. From the moment a new lead reaches out to you to when they are admiring their impeccably manicured lawn and garden—store all of that information in your pipeline. Take a look at an example pipeline for landscapers below.

Active statuses

Initial Consultation
Quote Provided
Contract Signed
Work in Progress

Closed statuses

Job Completed
Job Cancelled
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Pipelines are one of the most useful CRM features; they let you track any workflow or process that you repeat over and over again. It's a great way to make sure nothing slips through the cracks.


As a landscaper, groups will help you easily keep track of the people that keep your business running. Take a look at a couple example groups that are perfect for landscapers below.

  • 🏡Clients
  • 🛠️Suppliers
  • ⭐️Referrals
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Groups are a handy feature that you can use to segment and organize your list of contacts and companies in the CRM. Think of groups as tags that you can attach to anyone to assign a label to them.

Once you’ve created custom fields, pipelines, and groups in your new CRM, you are ready to get started! Dive right in and start making the most of your new CRM.

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