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Vibrant, verdant colors show your passion and help customers connect with what you do. There are many shades of green that can help you generate feelings of healing and harmony; the same feelings customers want when they spend time in their backyards. You can also add pops of red, yellow, and other colors that inspire customers to clean up and beautify their lawns.
Take a minute to think about what you want your logo to accomplish. Do you have vans that could transport your logo across town and provide on-the-go advertising? What about T-shirts for your staff that make it easy for neighbors to identify your services? Look through Looka’s mockup features to help you create a layout that looks as great on your business cards as it does on your web page.
Choose from fonts that immediately connect with the service your lawn care company provides. If you want to create a traditional feel, choose a strong Serif font. You could also go with a more modern look by choosing Sans Serif fonts. Heavier font weights can convey a sense of reliability and strength, essential qualities for any lawn care team.
When it comes to choosing symbols for your lawn care company, it's more important to provide context than to choose a complex logo no one understands. So, stylized trees, leaves, and other long elements quickly communicate what you do. If you would like something off the beaten path, try abstract symbols rather than exact representations of trees and other landscaping features. Make sure that whatever symbol you choose works with the font, color, and layout of your logo.