Residential and Commercial Snow Removal Services
Our snow removal services in Pennsylvania are performed with truck mounted plow systems that can remove snow from driveways, shopping centers and communities. What most property owners fail to realize is that there's strategy involved in snow removal, and by practicing sound techniques we can minimize risk of injury to pedestrians and property damage that may result from unplowed areas of your property.
Here are some things you should know:
Shoveling: Snow Removal the Old Fashioned Way. Ask any doctor's office and they'll tell you that the number of patients complaining of back and muscle injuries drastically increases right after a big snow. This is primarily because people don't use good technique. Before you shovel, warm up, and stretch so you don't catch your muscles off guard once the work begins. And once you're out in the cold, be sure to push snow aside instead of lifting it whenever possible. Finally, if you do have to lift a shovel full of snow,face your load head on and be sure to lift with your legs instead of your back. By doing so you're chances of sustaining a painful injury drop substantially.
For larger properties, or if you are unable to shovel because of physical restrictions, you probably want to consider a snow blower for your snow removal needs. Snow blowers still require a lot of physical effort to guide and maneuver, so you'll still want to warm up and take breaks when you're feeling winded. Finally, you should never feel you're wrestling with a snow blower. Let it do the work, don't rush it, and you'll find the job to be much easier.
If you've got a large driveway or just want a new toy for your truck, think about buying a plow, or hiring a plowing company to perform larger scale snow removal for you. A good snow plowing can do in a matter of minutes what would take a homeowner the better part of a day to do by hand, and an experienced snow plowing company can perform these services safely, efficiently and without causing damage to your drive or pavement (a common result when removal is trusted to an inexperienced plower). If you choose to invest in a plow yourself, be sure to read up on snow plowing strategies such as windrowing, backdragging, and proper angle placement, in order to get the most out of your new investment. And be prepared to be a favorite, and very busy, neighbor when the next big storm hits!
Plan Ahead for Snow Removal
While snow can be pretty and make children's wishes of no school in the morning come true, it can also be a messy hassle for homeowners. Depending on where you live and how much snow you are used to getting, your needs for hiring snow removal might vary. Some people may do just fine breaking out the old snow shovel themselves or paying the kid down the street a few bucks to do the job, but there are many situations where neither of these options is convenient. If your area typically gets a lot of snow or even if your area gets a few heavy snowfalls per year, you may want to consider calling for professional snow removal.
Professional Snow Removal Benefits
As with hiring any service, professional snow removal is only worth the cost if you cannot do the job adequately or conveniently on your own. Homeowners in cities and towns who simply have a sidewalk to shovel might find that it's simply less of a problem (and less expensive) to do the job themselves. Those who have a large driveway or live in an out-of-the-way area might find that the time saved by hiring a professional snow removal service is a lifesaver when it comes to getting to work on time or simply staying out of the cold for hours on end. Even with a snow-blower, the results you'll get doing the job yourself may not be as impressive as what a pro can do with a plow they are trained to use well. Another big reason to hire a snow removal service comes about when you own rental properties. Whether it is an apartment complex or a few houses around town, having a professional snow removal service working for you will ensure that your tenants are happy and safe.
When to Call for Professional Snow Removal
Think about snow removal especially during the holidays. With guests coming and going frequently throughout the season, hiring a snow removal service would be worth your investment. It will make your life easier and provide you with more time to spend with loved ones. Especially if you're expecting visitors who are elderly or who have very small children, removing snow and
ice from your property will make their stay a safer one. Telluride Snow Removal. Most snow removal services will offer several different kinds of plans. You'll be able to decide if you want an on-going service that shows up every time it snows or if you want to call on an as-needed basis. It's a good idea, however, to have some sort of understanding set up before the snow begins to fly, because once the roads get bad, scheduling becomes a big issue for these companies.
If you've never hired (or even considered hiring) a professional snow removal service, there are a few things you should think about before you call. If your main concern after a big snowfall is simply getting your car out of your driveway and onto a state maintained road, you might do a little shopping around to see if you can find a company that will dig out your car as well as plow your driveway. Prices and services will vary by company, and if you have a good idea of what you need, you'll be more likely to find a place that can meet your criteria at a reasonable price.
Our snow removal staff is on call 24/7 to serve you for all of your snow removal needs and emergency plow requests.
Our snow plowing services include:
Residential Snow Plowing
- Driveways Snow Removal
- Sidewalk Snow Removal
- Emergency Snow Removal
- Assistance with Buried Vehicles
Commercial Snow Plowing
- Parking Lot Snow Removal
- Sidewalk Snow Removal
- Entrance Snow Removal
- Emergency Snow Plowing
- ... and more.