Snow clearing or removal implies removing snow after experiencing a snowfall to ensure safer and easier traveling. In this practice, both government and individual households and institutions are involved.
Our snow crews usually focus on keeping primary routes passable for walking and vehicle transport. When the snow is two inches or less on your driveway, they shouldn’t be plowed to avoid damage to road surfaces. They should only be treated. You can start clearing when snow is two to four inches deep.
Pavements might not be accessible even after treating or plowing the road. Neighborhood streets are usually cleared last after a severe snowstorm higher than 10 inches. It might take 36 to 48 hours after the snowfall stops before snow plowing companies can start clearing residential trails and streets. This is when our crews will commit to attending to personal properties.