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Snow Removal & Plowing

Property owners in Connecticut know that snow removal can become quite the daunting task. This past winter was one of the worst in recorded history and if the experts are right, our winters aren’t going to get any easier. When the white stuff is piled multiple feet into the air, nobody wants to go outside and get rid of it all.

Snow Removal: It Takes Time and Effort

Before heading outside to clear enormous amounts of snow, consider hiring a professional removal service to eliminate the problem. Just think of all the work that it takes to do the job alone. Anyone with a snowblower will face an hour or more of work, the annoyance of a loud machine and the possibility that it will break down. For those of us without a truck and a large plow, removal is that much more of a problem. Lifting and tossing feet of the heavy white stuff takes a toll on the body and becomes very time consuming. Just think about the extra heavy sludge from the road’s snowplows that is always at the bottom of the driveway. Removing that gunk is painful even for those of us who are in tip top shape.

Cleaning All Surfaces

Aside from clearing driveways, there’s also the issue of sidewalks, porches, decks and stairs. Many local Connecticut governments require that property owners and businesses clear the sidewalks outside of their property. This can become quite the hassle when several feet have fallen or when there is black ice lurking beneath the white stuff. Some professional removal services will take care of these extra surfaces. This will guarantee the safety of neighborhood dog walkers, joggers, mailmen and paperboys.

A Quality Scrape

Anyone who owns property on a hill faces even more risks and challenges involved with clearing cement that’s on an incline. Removal companies will improve the safety of properties, not only for the residents but also visitors and strangers. They have advanced cleaning equipment and trucks with high quality blades that get right to the ground so that almost all of the ice is removed from the site. That way no one will fall on the property and file a lawsuit against the owner for negligence.

Homeowners who use an aging snowplow or a shovel to clear out their property won’t do nearly as good of a job as a professional service. These tools can’t scrape the ground to get rid of nasty black ice. So, don’t put you and your family at risk. Lean on the experts to get the job done right.





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