Residential Snow Removal
Hamilton gets hit hard with snow. Sometimes it is easy to be prepared for light snow, other times it comes down heavily and even unexpectedly. Maintaining your daily schedule can be difficult when there are mounds of snow in the way of you and your destination. Even getting outside of your own home can be dangerous if the snow is not dealt with properly. We are proud to offer snow care to residents all across the area. Hamilton Lawn and Snow Care will come to you to remove unwanted snow to make getting around your home and business during this time of year simple and safe.
The number one area of the residence that we service when it comes to snow care is the driveway! Our skilled professionals make easy work out of an otherwise daunting task for homeowners. We can uncover you vehicle if it was left outside during a snowstorm and clear your driveway so that you can get out and about onto the main roads. We will also remove ice from the driveway as well so that you and your family are safe from slips and falls in this area. Finally, before we leave we will also salt your driveway so that when it cools overnight, more ice and snow does not accumulate.
The next most cleared area of the home are the walkways that lead out of your home. In the front, back or side of the house, it is important to access different areas of your home to maintain its safety during the winter months. Clearing porches and pathways is one of our top priorities in the winter to keep you and your family safe. We will also break up and clear away any ice that has accumulated and salt all the paths so that ice is less likely to come back over night or on the following day.
In some areas, service roads are necessary to get in and out of housing additions. Back roads and alleys are often overlooked, but equally as important to clear are driveways and walkways. We offer this service to residents as an extra safety precaution in order to provide you with more accessibility during this time of year.
We also provide services to areas that are outside of town. Often rural communities get more ice and snow than in town due to the fact that there is less concrete and asphalt. These substances which are found pretty much everywhere in higher density living areas keep the ground and the surrounding environment much warmer which helps to melt snow and ice. Rural communities have less of these substances and are more susceptible to snow, ice and cooler temperatures for longer periods of time.