Snow Plowing Minneapolis

Hiring a snow plowing professional to clear your driveway or parking lot of snow is cost-effective and can save you time, energy, and frustration. Not to mention, it’s much safer to let the professionals handle it while you stay and warm up inside your home or business, knowing someone is taking over snow plowing as soon as the snowstorm clears up.

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Winter Weather in Minneapolis

If there’s one thing Minnesotans can all agree on, winters here are tough. In fact, Minnesota is ranked as the third coldest state and one that has the harshest winters in the country. Averaging between 36 to 70 inches of snowfall each year, every Minneapolis resident knows it’s important to hire a snow-plowing professional to help deal with and brave through feet of snow.

Winter weather can pose challenges when it comes to getting around, whether you’re trying to get out of your driveway to head to work or have visitors coming. For most people, the effort to clear snow and ice on your own isn’t worth it. Minneapolis snow plowing is not for the faint of heart.

Why You Shouldn’t Handle Snow Plowing All By Yourself

Injury Risks

Believe it or not, each year, 100 people die from shoveling snow. Most of these deaths are from heart attacks and cardiovascular problems. In addition, 11,500 individuals are poorly injured enough from shoveling snow. The most common injuries are soft tissue injuries, lacerations, fractures, and heart-related injuries. They are usually caused by overexertion, followed by slips or falls and getting hit with a snow shovel. The more snow accumulation there is, the greater the chance of sustaining an injury while shoveling.

Operations

And not just shoveling, do you or anyone in your business or home really know how to operate a snow plow? There are strategies for driving in snow and ice, knowing how to avoid scraping the sidewalk and other obstacles which could damage or tarnish the aesthetic of your property, and knowing how and where to place the plowed snow. Better to delegate that to professionals.

Save Time and Money

Employing the help of a Minneapolis snow plowing professional means you’re not only saving yourself from the possibility of an injury resulting from a slip and fall but also gaining time— time you would’ve otherwise spent shoveling parking lots. In addition, you’ll have the peace of mind that comes with knowing the job will be done well. You won’t have to wake up early to shovel or worry that someone could get hurt. Even if you have a snowblower, removing snow as quickly or effectively as professionals with plowing trucks is impossible.

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Safety

Hiring a professional team to handle your snow minimizes the risks of injury to yourself and your loved ones. Professionals have the essential equipment and training to safely and efficiently remove snow and ice, so there’s no need to put yourself or others in harm.

Maintain curb appeal

Looking your best all year round is important for any home— especially if you have visitors that come and go once in a while. A professional snow plowing service will not only clear the snow away but also know where to put it afterward, so it doesn’t become a nuisance. Everyone will notice how quickly your snow disappears and how nice your place looks without it.

We Will Be There—Even Before You Know It

A professional snow plowing company from Worry Free Lawn Care & Snow Plowing will be at your property as soon as the weather is cleared to ensure your safety. They will have teams on standby that can move quickly to handle the amount of snow or ice. With Worry Free Lawn Care, you’re in good hands for your business or property’s snow plowing needs this Winter.

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Minneapolis, St Paul, Bloomington, Columbia Heights, Inver Grove Heights, Maplewood, Mendota Heights, New Brighton, ​and Richfield