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Best Snow Removal Services in Colorado Springs

Our Recommended Top 4

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Colorado Springs Snow Removal Services on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.

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Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Why choose this provider?

The Lawnsmith, Inc. has been removing ice and snow in the Colorado Springs area since 1992. Crews are affordable, prompt, and flexible and utilize the latest equipment for residential and commercial services including snow plowing and ice management for driveways and parking lots. The company also handles grounds maintenance, commercial lawn maintenance, landscaping, and parking lot sweeping and has been rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau. The Lawnsmith is licensed by the Colorado Department of Agriculture as well.

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We scour the internet for reviews from well-known resources. Each provider is evaluated based on the quality and quantity of their reviews, their presence on multiple review sites, and their average minimum rating.
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Google
5.0 / 5 (19)
Yelp
5.0 / 5 (3)

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Website
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Why choose this provider?

TJP Enterprises Inc. is a snow and ice removal service in Colorado Springs. Snow removal makes up part of the company's year-round landscaping services offered to clients along with drainage and grading, tree trimming and planting, tree and stump removal, and fire mitigation. Crews also offer lawn maintenance including weekly visits, fertilizing, weed control, aeration, and irrigation repair and installation, and various hardscaping and "xeriscaping" services are also available. TJP's clients for regular scheduled maintenance and snow removal include local homeowner association managers.

Reputation:

We scour the internet for reviews from well-known resources. Each provider is evaluated based on the quality and quantity of their reviews, their presence on multiple review sites, and their average minimum rating.
4.8
Facebook
4.7 / 5 (13)
Google
5.0 / 5 (5)
Yelp
5.0 / 5 (2)

Website
Castle Rock, CO 80109

Why choose this provider?

Hall Contracting is a Castle Rock snow and ice removal company backed by 10 years of combined experience. Homeowners and businesses can request contracted service for snow plowing and salt application for their homes, commercial properties, industrial parking lots, schools, sidewalks, and apartment complexes, and ice mitigation services are also available including the redirection of water flow to prevent ice buildup. The certified, professional landscaping company also offers landscape design as well as custom landscape construction including water features and outdoor living areas.

Website
Castle Rock, CO 80104

Why choose this provider?

Wolf Concrete Construction LLC is a Castle Rock snow and ice removal company. The group is known for professional and prompt services at reasonable rates and offers snow clearing for commercial clients including for parking lots, driveways, and sidewalks, snow hauling, snow plowing, and sand and ice melt application as well as hand shoveling and blowing for required areas. The company also has over 15 years of experience in commercial and residential concrete services including driveways, curbs, steps, foundations, retaining walls, sidewalks, and stamped, swirled, and decorative concrete.

FAQs

  • Introduction

    Hiring a snow removal company is a convenient way to keep your driveway and sidewalks clear of deep snow. It helps your family and guests stay safe by getting slick spots cleared away. It also saves you time so you can tackle other projects instead of shoveling snow.

    While shoveling snow can be good exercise, it can also be hard on your body. Hiring a snow removal company can let you avoid the physical stress of cleaning up after winter storms. Factors to consider when choosing someone to handle snow removal are whether they're bonded and insured and what type of equipment they use. Additionally, it’s important discuss the specific areas you need cleared of snow, such as the driveway, sidewalks, or roof.
  • How much does snow removal cost?

    The average cost for snow removal is between $75 and $150. Factors that affect the cost include the lengths of driveways and sidewalks and the amount of work that needs to be done by hand. Some snow removal companies may also offer discounts for signing a season-long contract.

  • How much does a snow plow cost?

    Snow plows can cost anywhere from around $400 to over $4,000. The width of a plows and type of machine it attaches to affect the price. For example a three-foot plow that attaches to a lawn tractor is typically cheaper than a six-foot plow that attaches to a truck.

  • What’s the best way to shovel snow?

    It's best to use an ergonomic shovel that fits your body and reduces back strain to clear away snow before it gets too deep. Once a couple inches of snow has accumulated on the ground, remove it before it gets deeper. This protects your back from possible injury from lifting heavy shovels full of snow.

  • Is shoveling snow good exercise?

    Shoveling snow is a good form of exercise, but you have to be careful. It’s also incredibly strenuous on the heart. It’s typically best to approach snow shoveling by warming up slowly. Additionally, because of the cold air affecting breathing, it’s usually best to minimize your exertion when shoveling.

  • How many calories do you burn shoveling snow?

    You can burn anywhere from 370 to 715 calories per hour while shoveling snow. Body weight and shoveling intensity determine how many calories are burned. Someone who weighs 150 pounds shoveling at moderate intensity will burn calories on the lower end of the range. A bigger person shoveling more intensely will burn more calories.

  • How can you remove snow from a driveway without a shovel?

    You can treat the driveway with deicer before it snows to prevent accumulation. You can put tarps down on the driveway and then pull the tarps and accumulated snow off the driveway. Light snow may also be swept away with a heavy broom or blown away with a leaf blower.