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Cost of snow management
A number of factors go into the price of snow removal and plowing. A few factors we look at are whether there is good access to the property, how much area there is, and whether there are any obstacles in the way.We may be able to reduce the price if we have a number of clients in the area.
How snow management is billed:
Because there are so many factors that go into snow management, you'll need to get a quote that takes into account the specifics of your property. For example, an average residential property may cost $50-$75 to plow, but a property with the same area that has a narrow drive, an electric gate to maneuver around, and landscaping right up to the driveway may cost $125-$145.
Seasonal snow removal services near Omaha NE: Snow removal services cost about twice as much as simply plowing. So where possible, try to plan for snow storage during the design phase of your project, because a little forethought in this regard can save you quite a bit of money over the years you will own your property.
We specialize in residential and small commercial lots. We offer snow removal of just the driveway, or a full service, driveway, sidewalks, and salting package. We also do deck clean offs between storms. Depending on your needs, salt/sand mixture can be added to sidewalks, porches, and steps to keep you and your family and visitors safe.
Snow removal prices start at $35 for snow plow, and $40 for snow blowing. Free estimates are always offered.
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OMAHA SEASONAL SNOW REMOVAL
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Seasonal snow removal services near Omaha NE: There is no doubt that most people love the serene beauty of a fresh early morning snowfall - especially when you can enjoy it from the comfort of your home or office. While you are enjoying it, the trained professionals from Omaha Handyman Service Seasonal Services are busy clearing snow and ice from the many sidewalks, driveways, parking lots and even some of the roads you might be using. We are on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week ready to respond when Mother Nature calls.
Commercial, residential, institutional, public or private, we can efficiently manage the snow and ice removal at any size property. We offer plowing, salting, sanding, shoveling snow removal or ice control services you can imagine. Our fleet of over 30 trucks and 10 loaders is equipped to handle the worst storms. Our Snow Removal Production Managers are always on the road managing the performance of every piece of equipment. State of the art GPS technology allows us to monitor all of our trucks from any computer in the world.
Science, technology, modern equipment and brute strength are all being used to make your property clean and safe.
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Types of snow management services
Most snow management is about creating safe egress and space around doors, front walkways, and driveways, says Ritchie. Following are the most common services offered.
Your snow management company may use a plow to clear the driveway, or a snow blower attached to a skid steer. Wider driveways are faster and less costly to clear, while narrow driveways with a lot of obstacles drive up the cost considerably.
Clearing front walkways.
The crew can use a shovel or mechanical broom to clear the front walkway. Most people don't bother clearing all of the paths through the landscape, just the front walk.
Using deicing products.
While the best products vary by region and temperature, most companies will use some combination of sand and salt on driveways and walkways to keep them from icing up. Recommends acetate deicing products because they are less corrosive and don't harm plants.
Shoveling snow from roofs.
If your architecture is such that snow could fall off the roof and block your front door or crush landscaping plants, you may want to consider shoveling the snow off your roof. Again, whenever you are managing snowfall, you have the option of either removing the snow from your property, or pushing it into a pile off to the side where it can melt in spring.
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Q: What streets are plowed whenever it snows?
A: For any snow event, our number one goal is to keep designated salt routes in good winter driving condition. Salt routes are bus routes, primary streets, arterial roads and streets to and from hospitals and schools. These are the streets on which we apply salt and we send crews to work on these routes whenever it snows.
Slippery spots on residential streets will be sanded as needed. City owned sidewalks and priority crosswalks are cleared as needed during regular working hours.
Arterial bikeways are plowed as needed with a goal of having them cleared as soon as possible for commuters.
Q: How do you decide what streets are on the main salt routes?
A: Only main arterials, thoroughfares, main connector streets, Omaha NE Metro bus routes, streets surrounding hospitals and schools and major hills and curves are salted.
Q: Why don't we plow and salt all the streets in the city, specifically secondary and residential streets?
A: Omaha NE limits the amount of salt that is applied to its streets as an effort to protect its groundwater and the quality of the lakes. Only main arterials, thoroughfares, main connector streets, Metro bus routes, streets surrounding hospitals and schools and major hills and curves are salted. All other streets receive sand to act as an abrasive on hills, intersections and curves.
Q: I only have on-street parking. Why do you always plow snow against my car?
A: Even though there arecars parked on the street, the plows must clear the traffic lanes of each of the streets. The snow is plowed to the right to where the curb is. Unfortunately for those people who park on the street, the snow is plowed up against the cars. That is why we ask that all cars try to find off street parking whenever there is snow accumulation of 3 or more and until streets are plowed.
Q: What happens if there are less than 3 inches of snow on the streets?
A: All salt routes are plowed and salted during every measurable snow event regardless of the accumulation. Residential streets that are not salted are only plowed when snow accumulations reach the 3" level and the snow event has ended or has just about concluded. If the residential streets are not plowed, sand is applied at hills, intersections and curves to act as an abrasive to assist in braking.
Q: What happens if there are 3 or more inches of snow on the roads?
A: When the snow accumulation reaches 3" or more, we evaluate and, if necessary, declare a Snow Emergency and convert from a spreading operation to an all-out plowing operation. (During a Snow Emergency declaration, alternate side-parking restrictions go into effect in the Snow Emergency Zone and remain in effect throughout the remainder of the City. The Snow Emergency lasts for a minimum of 2 consecutive nights.)
On the second night of a snow emergency crews will plow back snow on the alternate side of residential streets.
Use the Where Do I Park? App to find out what side of the street to park on each night.
Q: What happens during extreme winter weather events, such as blizzards and ice storms?
A: When Omaha NE is hit with extreme winter events such as blizzards and ice storms, these events can stress our capacity to keep streets safe for driving. During such events, snow and ice operations will focus on a few main streets and routes for emergency vehicles. In extreme weather conditions, we recommend that you stay off the roads.
City staff will issue regular Snow Plow Updates during these severe winter events. Residents can sign up to receive email updates and text alerts on Declared Snow Emergencies and email Snow Plow updates from the Streets Department.
As major winter weather events subside, we will start a General Plowing operation.
Q: Will the snow plow ever completely clear my residential street down to bare pavement?
A: No! It is not the goal of the City's Snow and Ice Policy to have all streets clear down to bare pavement.
Q: How long will it take to finish plowing all the streets?
A: Once a general plow of all 1,793 lane miles of streets begins, it usually takes between 10 to 12 hours to complete.
Q: How do I report that the snow plows missed my street?
A: Submit a missed Snow Removal Report a Problem.
Q: What can I do about snow plows that block my driveway with snow?
A: This is an unfortunate side effect of plowing all streets in the City. All snow must be plowed to the curb and as a result driveways get blocked with the wet, heavy snow from the plow. It is the property owner's responsibility to clear the snow from the bottom of the driveway.
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