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is seeking candidates for expansion.

How do I buy a MowBot Franchise?

You can get in on the ground floor of this exciting robotic lawnmower franchise for a total investment range of $53,710-$129,680. Mowbot is a simple-to-run, turn-key business and requires candidates to have a minimum of $100,000 in liquid capital. You do not have to rent an office or hire office staff. Mowbot has relationships with several third-party financial institutions that may be able to help with financing.

Total Investment$53,710 - $129,680
Cash Required$100,000
Business TypeFranchise
Target Market See List

Disrupt the Lawn Care Industry with a MowBot Franchise.

Starting now, you are going to see robotic lawn mowers on almost every lawn in the country. Advancements in artificial intelligence, domestic robotic technology and deep-learning appliances are transforming the way we experience the world. Mowbot is at the forefront of these advancements, and as a result, we’re poised to revolutionize the $99.5 billion lawn care industry by bringing battery-powered and robotic technology to lawn maintenance.

Open MowBot in any of these available states: AL, AK, AZ, AR, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, ID, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MA, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NC, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, WV, WY, DC.


MowBot backed by Husqvarna the leader in robotic lawn care is changing a huge fragmented industry.

Better for the grass, better for the environment, and better business with little to no labor.  MowBot franchisees leverage state of the art technology and marketing platforms to lease the MowBots for a carpet-like lawn. 

Why Choose Us

Recurring revenue
Simple or multi-operating model
Great leadership with proven background and results
Husqvarna is part-owner in the business
Opportunity to be part of something that is going to change an industry   

Ideal Candidate

  • Pioneer mindset
  • Interested in technology and/or the environment
  • Organized and structured.
  • Understands marketing

Special Offer

Husqvarna is offering to throw in $60K worth of equipment.