Owning your own small or medium sized landscaping business can be gratifying, but it can also be hard to grow into a larger, more profitable operation. There are a huge variety of jobs and each can take task-specific tools, which can be expensive to own and maintain. Focusing your business on specific areas of work may make you an expert, but you could be passing up the chance to grow to a more profitable level. If you’re looking to take your business in a new direction that will help you stand out from your competitors, adding hardscaping services is worth considering. Offering both softscaping and hardscaping services makes you a one stop shop for clients with complex landscape plans. By adding walkways, patios, retaining walls, and even small garden pools to your list of services, you’ll add a major source of revenue. And you can do so with lower risk and lower costs by choosing to partner with a rental equipment company.