To make money shoveling snow, start by advertising your services online or by handing out flyers in your neighborhood. Then, charge a reasonable price based on the size of the job and the amount of snow. Be sure to dress warmly and work quickly to avoid frostbite!
People who shovel snow can earn about $25 per hour.
To start snow shoveling, you need a shovel, some snow, and a place to shovel. You also need to be able to lift the shovel and move the snow. Finally, you need to be strong enough to shovel the snow for a long period of time.
Shoveling snow can be dangerous if you're inexperienced and injure yourself, or if you're not careful and damage someone's property. You could also get sued if someone is injured or their property is damaged while you're shoveling.
📋Places to Start
1. Sholver — a site that helps you find people who are willing to pay you to shovel their snow.
2. Indeed — a website that helps connect people with businesses that have open positions. Some of these businesses may be looking for people to do snow shoveling.
3. Ziprecruiter — a website that helps people find jobs and make money with Snow Shoveling.
4. Pacifysnow — a website that connects people who need their driveways or sidewalks shoveled with people who are willing to do it for a fee.
5. Above And Beyond Snow Management — a company that offers snow shoveling services to businesses and homeowners. They also offer a training program to teach people how to become professional snow shovelers.