Join Stan on the site of a 100,000 square foot commercial parking lot as he takes you through the process of creating a bid for the winter work (snow plowing and ice control).
As a bonus for purchasing them together, you will also receive a sample contract for free.
3 Part Comprehensive Snow Plowing Series (New for 2018!)
This 3 part series goes through the basics of snow removal from the equipment required, commercial vs residential snow plowing, how to get commercial snow plow accounts, direct contracting vs subcontracting, how to bid, salting, shoveling, and so much more!
Commercial Snow Plow Estimating Course:
This course will take you step-by-step through the process of bidding a commercial snow plowing account. You will be provided with the tools required to successfully complete a bid. This course contains: A video and a PDF guide.
Ice Control Estimating
This course will take you by the hand through the process of bidding the ice control for a 100,000 square foot parking lot. This course contains: A video and a PDF guide.
It is important to note that as you go through the course, the numbers will vary a bit depending on where you are located. The going rate might be more or less, so it will be your responsibility to do your due diligence to figure out your rates.
How to Get Started in Snow Plowing
In this 40-minute coaching call, Stan discusses and answers many of the questions a very new snow plow business owner will have (and some you may not even know to think about).Topics discussed include:
Topics discussed include:
Gagan (the student) is preparing for his first season plowing. He has one truck and enough accounts to keep that truck busy, but he wants to acquire more residential accounts and possibly some commercial.
This course includes: a 40 minute video recording of the coaching call and a PDF guide that outlines what is discussed and where you can find it in the video (so you don’t have to watch the whole thing every time you have a specific question).
Winners will be notified by Oxx Coffee via email