Residential Snow Removal Kitchener
Does it feel like the snow will never end?
Your alarm wakes you up at 4:30 and all you want to do is hit that snooze button, but the reality of work drags you out of bed. According to the Kitchener weather report it’s supposed to be below freezing and snowing this morning. Shoveling the driveway won’t be a snowy walk in the park.
Then you look out the window to see the snow piling up by the inches.
It’s coming down thicker and faster than you’d like, tempting you to just crawl back under the warm covers and sleep for another hour. But if you do that you won’t make it to work on time.
The city plows don’t come through very often so the snow piles back up by the time you get home. They can also leave snow banks several feet high on the sides of the road.
Once this happens, how do you get into your driveway?
The only thing worse than shoveling a driveway is having to do it twice.
In the past, you may have turned to a residential snow removal company around Ontario, but it didn’t turn out well. Maybe they:
These scenarios leave you stuck with a snowy, icy driveway, which becomes more work for you.
"We are very happy with your snow removal service. Snow is removed in a timely and efficient manner. We appreciate that the front porch is kept clear of snow as well. We are very satisfied. Thank you.”Deborah N - February 12, 2018
Imagine sleeping in those extra 2 hours and waking up at your normal time. When you look outside, the snow is coming down, yet your driveway is clear of snow and ice. This means:
If you’re a property manager or rental owner, this is even more important! If a tenant slips and gets hurt on the property, a service log will be required to prove that the property has been properly maintained.
Soares’ dedicated Kitchener snow removal teams are constantly on standby. We know when and where the snow storm will hit as well as about how much it should snow. As soon as the snowfall hits 2” our residential snow removal teams in Kitchener go out to clear the snow. If it keeps snowing, our crews can come back again on the next available shift! We can come any time of day depending on traffic and weather.
Once the storm has passed, we’ll come again to clear any remaining snow and drifts caused by the city plows. Then our job is on hold until it either snows again or freezing conditions occur (e.g. freezing rain or flash freezes).
Everything we do is electronically documented with GPS time stamping. Available by request, you can know when we’re on the way, when we get there, and when we’re done.
Our 20+ years of experience has made us experts at residential snow removal in Kitchener.
“Great experience, snow was always promptly removed, salt added appropriately and usually done before 9 am. A few times the municipality came and did the roads afterwards and blocked our driveway, we called Soares and they came back and took care of it. Much appreciated guys!”Nicoleta C - May 1, 2018
Our Kitchener teams can go to your property again to ensure it’s still clear for you when you arrive home. We have snow blowing, plowing, shoveling, salting, and ice melting included in our different service packages.
You only need choose which one best fits your snow removal needs:
We guarantee you’ll love our residential snow removal service or we’ll give you your money back, no questions asked. With either our prepaid or monthly payment options, you’ll receive your money back from the time you call to cancel to the end of the season.
For prepaid we will send you a cheque in the mail. For monthly payment we will stop payment or return your cheques.
“This is our first season having Soares Landscaping taking care of our snow removal and we have been very satisfied with the service. Michael Garcia, the general manager was very helpful and attentive to our needs as we determined what level of service we required, and the snow removal crew has done everything we expected. We were referred to Soares by friends who have used their service, and in turn, we are happy to recommend Soares to others as well.” Olaf H - February 10, 2017