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Accumulated snow & ice in your parking and walk areas are not only a nuisance but can also present a real safety hazard to your employees and customers. Let the Elites Snow Team keep your parking lot and walk paths clear. We perform plowing and salting services for commercial properties. As well as blowing and salting for residential clients in a certain area. We offer discounted prices for getting on the schedule with an automatic service trigger of 2 inch snow accumulation; We also offer individual de-icing contracts as well. 


We can send you a quote for plowing per visit and the cost of salt we apply for ice control.


You can feel confident that our Team will take care of your property and your reputation in the neighborhood. All of our staff are eager to help your yard become the yard of your dreams. You will find our team in PINK shirts EVERY time they are on your lawn.  



We are available to chat, email via our website contact form, or by phone! Contact us today!

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We have a standardized pricing system for all of our services. Fill in the contact form or call an Elites office near you to receive a free estimate within 24 hours.

After each service, you will receive an emailed invoice and the most convenient part is your card is charged after the service, so you don't have to hassle with remembering to pay the bill.

 Why you should hire ELITES for Snow

Snow removal and ice control are important for maintaining safe travel on roads, sidewalks, and other surfaces during winter months. Snow and ice can create hazardous conditions for pedestrians and vehicles, increasing the risk of accidents and injuries. Additionally, snow and ice can make it difficult for emergency responders to reach people in need. Removing snow and treating surfaces with de-icing materials can help to improve traction and reduce the risk of slips and falls. It is also important for preventing ice building up on driveways which could cause damage to the concrete and sidewalks.

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