Snow Plows have been on trucks since the steam powered vehicle days. Much like any other industry, things have evolved and innovation has taken place. In the 1990’s Skid Steers started to take off and become a great multi use tool that has changed the grounds maintenance and landscaping industries. With the ability to turn in place, move, stack, and provide true downforce, the skid steer quickly became the right tool for the job. Out of this innovation, KAGE was born to help you make snow removal easy and provide a premium service for your clients!
Skidsteer plow operator tip: Triple Passes Start in Center
We commonly get asked… what is the best way to back drag townhomes? The truth comes down to 2 key components. Equipment and Operating Procedure. When back dragging the common townhome driveway the Skid Steer, paired with a 2 in 1 Plow and Pusher system is the fastest way to plow. Once you have the right equipment, operator training is key. On a straight driveway where 3 passes is common, it is imperative to remember to clear the center first, then move to the edges. This will minimize dribble and ensure you only need to make 3 passes
Clearing townhome and HOA complexes can require operators to clear hundreds of driveways in a night. This task becomes more difficult when residents want their driveways clean down to asphalt while being as quiet as possible. Minimizing passes, reducing operator fatigue, and proper equipment all help your operation to maximize productivity. Read on to learn more about ways to Efficiently Clear Townhome Driveways.
Back dragging is key to any residential snow removal operation. When working with townhomes and multi unit complexes, it is imperative that snow is removed quickly. This allows you to get more contracts per snow event creating more revenue. Make your job easier with a Skid Steer Snow Pusher that allows you to back drag, then push snow where you need it quickly.