Plan for bad weather sales and promote safety gear and service to increase sales opportunities.
Regardless of where you’re located or what time of year it is, someone in your area is likely buying chainsaws. Loggers, wood stove owners, landscape and tree trimming companies and many small acreage owners are prospects for saws. Every time a chainsaw is sold, there’s also a need for service and safety gear, bars, chains and oil to keep them running. Nationwide, new saw sales are relatively flat, but if a tornado, ice storm or hurricane moves through … ka-ching! It’s money in the bank if you offer chainsaws.