I am 2 years into my lawn care business ... Freedom Lawn Care - My question(s) are: I am starting to go after commercial accounts. I have one commercial account that may be interested in hiring me but they will only hire a land care company that also does snow removal. ...The past 2 years here in Western NC there has been little to no need for snow removal ...Is it worth it to offer it just to get this account? 24k a year account w/out snow removal. I plan on trying to get the account then this coming fall get just enough equipment to do snow removal if there is a need - I would get a salt/sand spreader and a (cheap) plow for my truck - or possibly just buy a cheap beater truck that is already set up for snow removal/sand spreading. --what would be a good option for equipment to do this? --am I crazy to be considering this? --Commercial accounts that are like this will not hire seperate snow removal companies because there is so little need for snow removal that they are afraid that if they hire someone just for snow removal that they will not get good service or they will not be able to find someone who they can contract just for snow removal and no other services. ---what are snow removal rates? salt? sand? etc... - ---Do you charge a flat fee to contract plus additional fees each time you salt/sand plow? -- help!!!! I have a 06 Ram QC 4x4 and I really don't want to put a plow and/or spreader on it... its too nice, but if it gets me this account it may be worth it? I hope to expand my business enough to justify a new (old) truck and trailer to run a seperate crew ...this would justify a new (old) plow truck too. what do you all think? what is the best way to go after more commercial accounts?