To find a good snow removal company in your area, ask for references from your neighbors or friends. Check the contractor’s experience, and ensure the company has workman’s compensation insurance or plow insurance. Get several quotes, insist on a written contract upon selecting a service provider, and check for complaints with an independent service, such as the Better Business Bureau.
Check out references to gauge a company’s service and to determine the level of service to expect, and hire a local company with a good history to get timely service. Ask a representative of the company to examine your property before providing an estimate, and compare snow plowing rates from multiple providers to find a good deal. Ensure the estimate details the service that the company offers and shows any additional charges.
Beware of quotes that are too low as they may be an indication that the contractor may run out of funds to repair his vehicles before the end of the winter season. Use a licensed snow removal company, and avoid paying for the contract in full before the contractor fulfils his obligation to ensure he offers the service. Plow insurance absolves you of responsibility should the company damage property or your lawn. Choosing an experienced snow removal company assures you of quality workmanship, while a written agreement ensures the company holds up its end of the bargain.