How to Keep Your Cool While Plowing Snow

Kanon Kulpa

You hear about road rage on the news. People are losing control over themselves to prove a point. Unfortunately, this road rage, also known as snow rage in the winter, leads to car accidents and death. For example, in Pennsylvania, a nearly 30-year-old man shot and killed an 18-year old young woman because she wouldn’t let him cut in front …

6 Tips for Surviving the Holidays as a Snow Pusher

Mark Holman

By SnowWolf Staff The holidays are upon us and depending on where you live in the U.S. or Canada, you may have a white Christmas. While you may enjoy listening to carols extolling the beauty of a white Christmas, snowstorms may keep you away from family over the holidays. Do you know how to survive the holidays as a snow …

How to Keep Everyone Safe on the Road—Including You

Mark Holman

8 Tips to Maintain Safety during a Snowstorm By Mark Holman, Co-CEO While safety is number one on your mind when you’re out plowing snow, there are drivers who will still try to get by you. When there are impatient drivers, who are honking their horns, getting into your blind spot or just simply speeding up to get around you, …

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 …

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 …

4 Tips to Adding Ice Removal to Your Snow Management Services

Mark Holman

By Mark Holman, General Manager Do you want to boost your snow removal offerings to include ice management? Becoming a full service snow and ice management business will not only increase your company’s bottom line, but will help your community’s businesses stay open during a snow event. Since people don’t want their lives put on hold for a snowstorm, think …

3 Preseason Tips to Prep You for the Snow Removal Season

Mark Holman

What You Need to Know to Start the Snow Season on the Right Foot By Mark Holman, General Manager There’s no time like the present to get ready for the 2016-2017 snow removal season. This may be your first winter on the road or you may be a seasoned pro. Yet, you know that time is money. Don’t wait until …

The Right Snow Removal Attachment for Your Skid Steer

Mark Holman

Bucket, Pusher, Plow or Blower? Listen to the Job. by Dale Oberg, Regional Sales Manager                                                                                            …

11 Tips for Hiring the Right Snow Removal Subcontractors This Winter

Mark Holman

by Mark Holman, Director & General Manager, WolfDesign Now that it’s late summer, you’re probably on the hunt for the best subcontractors to help you with your snow removal accounts. How do you hire the right subs? Here are 11 tips to get you started: 1. Look early. Yes, your snow removal competitors start looking for their subcontractors in September. …