Commercial Irrigation company for sale


St. Louis, Missouri


Asking Price: $1.15 million

Gross Revenue: $1.17 million

Type of Sale: Asset Sale

# of employees: 15     


Business Description:

This well-established company specializes in the installation and service of commercial irrigation systems for the greater St. Louis region.


Detailed Information


The company’s highly-skilled irrigation technicians have built strong relationships with area developers, contractors, and landscapers. The reputation for effective design, quality workmanship, and efficient collaboration ensures that this company always has a full project load.

Some area landscaping companies offer their own competing irrigation services, while others partner with a dedicated irrigation company.


Growth/Expansion Opportunities:

  • Expand into landscaping design, installation, and maintenance.
  • Advance into the burgeoning field of rainscaping.
  • Extend the specialty to include waterscapes and pond creation.
  • Add further drainage work to the company’s capacity.


Ideal Buyer Requirements:

Buyer must be willing to build relationships and coordinate with project superintendents and contractors, understanding the needs and atmosphere of working as a subcontractor on a commercial site.


Terms:                       Asset sale; Cash at closing, Non-compete Agreement

Support/Training:    Ownership will train new owner on all systems and introduce key clients.

Reason Selling:          Retirement; other business interests


Listed By:                   David Driscoll – Metro Business Advisors, LLC


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  1. Matt Salviccio on August 2, 2018 at 4:32 pm

    I own XL Building Products. I am interested in this irrigation company.

    • Chris Spenner on October 16, 2018 at 10:32 am

      Do you still have an interest in the irrigation company, it is still available

  2. Steve Allen on November 7, 2018 at 7:48 pm

    Where is the company located? How long have they been in business?

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