LawnStarter announced Tuesday it has raised $6 million in a Series A investment led by San Francisco-based Binary Capital.
To date, LawnStarter has raised $7.25 million. The latest funds will help the lawn care platform expand and hire more employees.
Previously, LawnStarter raised $1 million in a seed round from Gary Vaynerchuk and other angel investors. The company also participated in TechStars Austin last year.
“This money will allow us to build the all star team it takes to win. We’ll be bringing on a VP of Engineering, several engineers and a couple of marketing professionals. City expansion is on the horizon as well, Cofounder and CEO Steven Corcoran said in a news release.
LawnStarter, founded in 2013, provides a platform for homeowners to schedule lawn mowing, fertilization, bush trimming and other lawn care services from local providers. LawnStarter has a mobile app that allows people to easily manage and schedule services. The company currently operates in the Washington, D.C. metro area, Austin and Orlando.