With our high elevation and semi-arid climate, we enjoy snow and rapid melt off much of the year. We are fortunate that we don’t typically have feet of snow to deal with. In fact, we often have sunny warm days throughout the winter.
Even so, unless your sidewalk and driveway have a southern exposure they may remain in the shade and therefore retain snow and ice all for a long time.
Although our snow fall will often be less than 1” in depth and so dry that it can be swept off, there are many times when hiring snow removal services is an important budgetary consideration.
You may opt to shovel your own personal driveway or not but were you aware that it is your responsibility to keep the public sidewalk clear within 24 hours after a snowfall?
We are often asked at what depth we would recommend hiring someone to “push” snow. There is no one right answer for every property. Some businesses will request we remove snow at 1”, while many HOAs will have a push when snow levels reach 2 or even 3”.
We will work with you to develop the proper snow removal plan to suit your business or community needs. We gauge the size of the crew and the equipment that we use based on your goals and the size of the property.
We bring in a variety of equipment to move the snow. In some instances we will proceed with only hand snow removal. For larger storms we may augment our hand snow shoveling with small snow plows.
Since our weather in Loveland can change rapidly, we closely monitor storms as they approach and while snow is falling. Our snow removal services crews are flexible so we can be out quickly and in the event of an extremely large snowfall, we actually may make more than 1 push on your property to assure the safety of residents and visitors.