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Commercial Snow Plowing
Snow Plowing services near Omaha NE: MCC Cleaning Omaha utilizes a full fleet of trucks, commercial-grade snow plows, salt spreaders, tractors, loaders, and heavy equipment for plowing, hauling, and the removal and relocation of snow.
Whether you need last minute snow removal or full-season snow and ice management, our highly trained staff is ready to manage any kind of snow event in Omaha NE. Our team of snow removal professionals understand the challenges and offer complete, 24-hour commercial snow removal and plowing services.
Commercial Snow Plowing Service
Snow Plowing services near Omaha NE: Having to unnecessarily keep a business closed for even one day due to not collaborating with a reliable Snow and Ice Management Company like MCC Cleaning Omaha, can cost tens of thousands of dollars or more.
Residential snow plowing companies may be able to clear small driveways and sidewalks of ice and snow, but they lack the expertise, equipment, and work force necessary to keep retail and office buildings operational. Industries that rely on buses, trailers and large vehicles to function will need their paths cleared promptly. Parking lots and large sidewalks may require the use of heavy equipment for melting, carting, hauling, or storing tons of snow.
MCC Cleaning Omaha has the equipment and expertise necessary to reliably keep your buses, trucks running and property cleared of snow and ice.
The commercial snow and ice management services we offer include:
General Snowplowing Info:
Snow Plowing services near Omaha NE: A proud member of SIMA (Snow and Ice Management Association)
Hired meteorology services for fast updates and somewhat reliable forecasts
Walk every inch of every site, marking curbs, fire hydrants, fixed hazards and most importantly mapping out traffic patterns to make sure your sites stays operational no matter how fast thesnow falls
Does MCC Cleaning Omaha handle my snow Plowing?
MCC Cleaning Omaha does not handle all of the snow removal for all of the properties we manage. Depending on where you live, the snow removal process will differ. This is due to us managing properties for other owners and for certain rules/regulations.
Based on some owners’ choices, another vendor may handle your snow removal and not us.
Single Family Homes
Single family homes are in charge of their own snow removal.
What does snow removal include?
In preparation for the snow, we may treat areas to help the removal process
If we handle your snow removal, if the snow is under 2 inches it will not be plowed (this is common amongst most snow vendors)
Depending on where you live, you may or may not have salting included with the snow removal.
We work overtime and long hours to constantly be plowing.
Do you work with the City on their plowing?
No. Thesnow removal process is very complicated and it would be impossible for the City to work with every vendor. This means, once we are finished plowing, the city may come and plow over what we have done causing people to be trapped. We have no control over the city unfortunately.
Why can’t you plow right when I call?
Every snow situation is different and we have to prepare for that. We must adhere to a carefully laid out system for clearing the driveways/parking lots. If we allowed our plows to be diverted each time a special request was made, our system would be destroyed and it would take far longer to get all the snow cleared. To keep our snow removal operations as effective and efficient as possible, plows are not permitted to deviate from their assigned routes. FYI – Our routes are on rotate for each snow so the order of the properties change each time.
Can you tell me exactly when my parking lot will be plowed?
As weather conditions change we often must alter our snow-fighting strategy in the midst of the snow removal operations in order to control drifting snow, ice or other special problems. We cannot give you an estimate of when it will be cleared due to ever-changing weather conditions.
Why didn’t you plow next to my car?
When cars are in the streets/parking lots, we cannot get within 2-3 feet of them due to safety/insurance reasons. Since we cannot move the cars, we have to plow around them and so snow will be piled due to the lack of locations we can put it.
Why do you sometimes salt instead of plow, or plow instead of salt?
Different types of storms require the use of different snow-fighting techniques. The decision whether to salt or plow depends upon the expected weather conditions. For example, if the temperature is below 20 degrees and not expected to rise, salt will not be effective. But if the sun is shining and the temperature is 20 degrees or more and expected to remain steady or rise, then salt would be more effective. The decision whether to plow or salt is made with great consideration and based on the latest weather information available.
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How Much Money Can You Make Plowing Snow?
It seems like an easy way to make some extra cash right? Just throw a plow on the front of your truck and you are in business! Well before you go to your local bank and ask for a loan for a truck, plow and salt spreader, you should run some numbers so that you understand exactly what you are getting yourself into.
What should you Charge for Snow Plowing?
The first primary question is what should you charge? This answer will drive your sales projections going forward.
Residential Snow Removal Rates – According to a study by Angie’s List the averages residential snow removal contract was $378 in 2013. So the way these contracts likely work is that you agree to clear snow for the entire year for approximately $375 for a residential driveway. This means if it snows 100 inches you earn $375 and if it snows 10 inches you make $375. It is probably wise to build in some basic protections for yourself. Maybe you structure the contract in such a way that the customer pays $375 for snow totals within a certain range and if you have a record year of snow there should be opportunity for you to charge additional fees. For all of the things you need to consider when structuring your contracts, read this article by Angie's List. In this example, I am going to assume that you charge $375 per residential contract. I am also going to assume that in your first year you only secure 10 residential contracts. Further, I am going to assume that you get paid up front for the whole year in November, so you will generate $3,750 in residential service revenue in November.
Commercial Snow Removal Rates – In this example I am going to assume that you pick up a number of commercial contracts. These are all going to be seasonal contracts which means you make the same amount per month whether it snows or not. I am going to assume that you pick up 20 commercial contracts that pay an average of $500 per month from November through March. For commercial snow removalthere are two basic pricing models:
Seasonal Rates – This means you earn the same amount of revenue whether there is a record year of snowfall or no snow at all.
Per Inch Rates – With this contract structure, you will likely earn more per inch plowed, but you run the risk of a dry winter with little to no snow at all which means you earn nothing.
Hourly Snow Removal Rates – The hourly rate you can charge if you are a subcontractor and just have a truck and a plow will vary dramatically based on supply and demand, city, etc. This forum provides some commentary on what rates you might expect. In this example I am going to assume that you don’t pick up any subcontracts where you are just plowing by the hour since you are focused on securing your own contracts, not working for others.
What Expenses does a Snow Plowing Business Have?
There are a number of expenses that you will incur with a snow plowing business. You will have fixed costs and variable costs. The key variable costs are listed below along with an estimated cost for each time there is a plow able snow for your 20 commercial and 10 residential clients: