- A plowing contract that includes a “Readiness Fee” is beneficial for contractors and clients.
- The Readiness Fee supports business continuity, safety, and operational efficiency.
- Contractors can use the Readiness Fee to provide better service, such as maintaining equipment and hiring and training staff.
- Clients benefit from the Readiness Fee by ensuring prompt service during snowstorms and maintaining safe conditions on their premises.
- The Readiness Fee helps contractors cover costs associated with preparation, including fuel, insurance, and equipment maintenance.
- Contractors can also use the Readiness Fee to invest in new equipment and technology to enhance their plowing services.
- Contractors can offer different levels of service based on the Readiness Fee, allowing clients to choose the level of service that best suits their needs and budget.
- The Readiness Fee can be included in the overall contract pricing or billed separately.
A plowing contract that includes a “Readiness Fee” is a beneficial arrangement for both contractors and clients. The Readiness Fee supports business continuity, safety, and operational efficiency. Contractors can use the fee to provide better service by maintaining equipment, hiring and training staff, and investing in new technology. Clients benefit from the fee by ensuring prompt and reliable plowing services during snowstorms, as well as maintaining safe conditions on their premises. By including a Readiness Fee in the plowing contract, both parties can enjoy a win-win situation.