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WATERLOO (KWWL) -
The winter weather has everyone gearing up for the worst, including the companies who will be removing the snow.
"We're just going around checking everything, making sure everything looks good and is operating as it's supposed to," said Corey Coleman, owner for A-Credited Property Services, Inc., in Waterloo.
Coleman spent Tuesday gearing up and getting his fleet of 14 trucks ready for the week's anticipated snowstorm.
His equipment hasn't been tested in the snow this year, but Coleman said he's ready for the snow to start falling so his crews can start plowing.
"We've got over 50 businesses here in town and when they open up Thursday morning, they're expecting we have all the snow removed so that's a lot of pressure and responsibilities on my shoulders," Coleman said.
But after a slow snow season last year, Coleman said he's ready and eager for the winter weather.
"It generates money for the business and a storm this size...it's going to be profitable," he said.
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