6 Tips to Keep Your Crews Busy Between Storms

Mark Holman

By Mark Holman, Co-CEO So, Mother Nature has finally given you a break between storms. And it’s a well-deserved break too. However, if there is too much time between storms, you may find that your crews are getting bored. Why not take the time to refill, restock and resolve company issues during this downtime? In addition to the typical equipment …

10 Tips You Need to Know about Slip & Fall Claims

Mark Holman

 By SnowWolf Staff  Please note that the information presented in this blog is informational only. It doesn’t replace your lawyer or insurance agent’s advice. Always consult your insurance agent or your lawyer for questions pertaining to your policy and contract. As a relatively new snow fighter, you know that your job to move snow and provide ice management is risky—simply …

18 Night Plowing & Safety Hacks

Mark Holman

By Mark Holman, CO-CEO It’s Jack’s first night out on the road pushing snow from a parking lot so a strip mall can open its doors tomorrow morning. Jack feels tired and hungry. And the plow has stopped working. So, he gets out of his truck to see what the problem is, and he starts fixing it—only it’s taking him …

Add Anti-Icing to Your De-Icing Services This Winter

Mark Holman

By: SnowWolf Staff In the past few years, the use of brine as an anti-icing agent has grown in popularity. The one drawback, however, for smaller snow management companies is making and storing brine for the winter season. But, there are pre-made brines on the market for you to try until your business gets to the size where it makes …

How to Start a Seasonal Snow Removal Business

Mark Holman

By Dale Oberg, Regional Sales Manager Photo Credit: Winter Nurseries Landscaping You’ve decided to move forward with your seasonal snow removal business. Now, you need to do your homework to prep for the upcoming winter season. The next steps involve deciding on who your clients will be, the tools you’ll need to complete the jobs and how to sell your …

5 Tips to Market Your New Snow Removal Business

Mark Holman

By Jessica Boldt, Marketing Coordinator  So, you’ve decided to start a snow removal business. Since it’s still summer, you’re ahead of the game because this is the time to start marketing your services to potential clients. If you already own a green industry company—such as lawn care or landscaping—finding customers will be a cinch. You just need to look at …

SnowWolf® Introduces All-New, Redesigned FlexPlow

Mark Holman

All-Purpose Plow Combines Snow Removal, Light Landscaping In One Attachment   BURNSVILLE, Minn. (Aug. 7, 2017) – SnowWolf® has introduced its newly redesigned FlexPlow, an all-purpose plow that works equally well for snow removal and light dirt moving or landscaping. The versatility of the Burnsville, Minn.-based company’s new attachment is made possible by a semi-floating torsion system that provides infinitely …

4 Factors You Need to Include in Your Snow & Ice Removal Bid

Mark Holman

By Dale Oberg, Regional Sales Manager So you decided that you want to add snow and ice removal services to your green industry business. Now that it’s in the middle of summer, you know that you need to start connecting with potential clients, writing up bids and checking to make sure that you have the right equipment to get the …

So You Want to Get into the Snow Removal Business?

Mark Holman

Tips for First Time Plowers By Mark Holman, General Manager It’s the middle of summer, and you’re looking into an add-on service to cover your landscaping business through the slow winter season. Your area gets a lot of snow and with all of the new retail centers, subdivisions and senior living centers, you know that you can earn a profit …

Packing It Up Early?

Mark Holman

9 Tips for Postseason Snow Pusher Pros The winter of 2016–17 will go down as one of the balmiest in history. Forget about what the Weather Channel or the Farmer’s Almanac predicted. Snowy, long cold winter in the Northeast? Pshaw! Even Billings, MT saw 50°F temperatures during the third week of February. Granted, Billings did end that week on a …