We are a established lawn care company , and have been growing steady for the last three years. Are client base leans more towrds mid sized commercial maintence over residential. I have been running numbers over and over about the snow buisness, and I am not seeing where it can be profitable. We average two maybe three snows tops here each year. We use 2wd trucks to pull the lawn trailer with, this making us having to look at buying not only a plow but a 4wd truck. Also a issuie I have is only having one truck I belive aback up in the snow buisness is almost a must. Other lawn care companies in the area do offer snow removel however with the little snow we recieve I am not seeing any profit in this??? Am I missing something here or am I smart for thinking its best to stay away from snow? Also after a small poll the typical snow removel contractor in the area charges per push! not seasonal contract......any thoughts tips on being profitable on a per push basis but still being reliable on a small snow budget?