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Pricing for 1-6 Car Driveways

Price does not include any applicable taxes

Snow Plowing

2 Visits every storm

$875 $787.50*

Per Season

*Pre-pay and save 10%!

$175

Per Month

Shovelling of Entranceway

2 Visits every storm

$499 $449*

Per Season

*Pre-pay and save $50!

$99

Per Month

Salting of Entranceway

2 Visits every storm

$499 $449*

Per Season

*Pre-pay and save $50!

$99

Per Month

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7AM & 5PM Clean Driveway Guarantee 

100% Money Back Guarantee that your driveway will be clean at 7:00 AM & 5:00 PM. If there is 5 CM by 10:00 PM, we guarantee service prior to 7 a.m. If there is another 5 CM by 10:00 A.M then we will have you cleared out again by 5:00 PM — guaranteed, or our trip is free!

2 Passes on your driveway every storm!

We will dispatch our team when we predict there will be 5 cm of snowfall – no matter what time of night. Later in the day we will dispatch our crews again to ensure any left-overs from the city plow or any areas we couldn’t service overnight are completed.

Free Return Trips for City Plow or anything else!

Whether you pay seasonal, monthly, or per visit we want to give you the #1, most all-incompassing service in the North. If our 2 passes are completed and the city plow decides to make a visit to your property the next day, just call our office and we will dispatch a team member to service you — free of charge.

Email Alerts & More!

When we measure the snowfall at 10 PM or AM we send out an email alert to notify you of 3 possible things: Crews have been dispatched, Crews are on stand-by and will be dispatched soon, and dispatching is unlikely but crews are on stand-by.

Do NOT wait. We have limited space available.

Our average response time is less than 20 minutes.

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