Tractor snowblowing and plowing
Winter services succeed at the crosshairs of logistics, know-how and relationships. We take pride in our work and care about our customers.
How We Work
A network of dependable professionals
Joining a #route
It’s how residential contractors run.
How do I join a route?
You can search by location or, if you know a particular route, by name, preceded by a hash (#). Then select a service plan, enter your information, and off you go.
Do you offer one-time service?
It's up to the local PlowMe manager or third-party contractor. Most managers don't offer one-time plowing, but some contractors may, especially the "day after." True one-off services like hauling or roof work are different cases than regular maintenance service, and are booked ad hoc.
How are services priced?
Snow contractors create plans based on a pricing model they select. Most plans are priced "per event," which means you pay each time it snows (unpredictable revenue model), but we're noticing an increase in fixed seasonal and even monthly subscription plans (predictable revenue model), both supported by the system.
Do you have surge pricing?
Most contractors set their per event plans to account for accumulation--the bigger the storm, the higher your price. It isn't "surge" the way an Uber model sometimes needs to work to meet demand (here the demand is set usually months in advance). It's more "tiered" pricing, like paying higher tolls off the highway the farther you travel.
Why am I taken to the ServiceRoute website when I request service?
Snow & ice management is a type of route. We didn’t find an existing platform which properly handles route-centric interactions (both B2C and B2B). So we built our own. We named it ServiceRoute. That’s where you signup for service. Other businesses are free to use it.
Can I take a tractor out for a spin?
No. But you can request one to service your neighborhood. Learn how by contacting us.