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Canada is known for a few things: we like our maple syrup and spending time outdoors – but this can change during snow seasons. Sure, drops in temperature can lead to picturesque scenery but it also means having to grab those snow shovels! An unexpected storm can leave residents feeling trapped by the weather but our Gorillas are always available to dig you out.
Our professional Edmonton snow removal and salting services help to create clear and passable environments for residents, commercial and multi-unit spaces. For reliable service, competitive pricing and scheduling options, call Gorilla for your weekly, bi-weekly or monthly plans.
Navigating Your Snow Removal in Edmonton
There are few places in Canada that embrace the winter season like Alberta does. Property owners in the Edmonton area are always going up against the elements. For as tough as Albertans are, at some point – enough is enough! The average snowfall in Edmonton is 48.6 inches per year.
On paper, this might not seem like a lot of snow but having it land on the sidewalk in front of your house can be a nightmare! As snow and ice begin to build up around commercial and residential properties, owners have to deal with health hazards and maybe even by-law violations.
Avoid potential problem areas by calling a Gorilla for expert snow removal results in a timely manner. If you need a hand keeping ahead of winter, control services are right around the corner.
The Advantages of Hiring a Professional Snow Removal Service
Professional ice and snow removal services reduce the amount of possible risks by keeping on top of weather conditions. Our Gorillas are ready to tackle snow as it falls, at any time of day or night. Keeping an eye on the weather means that specialists can be suited up and ready for anything.
With ice forming and snow accumulating, our Gorillas are suiting up and getting ready to fight back with emergency services available 24 hours a day. We might work at night but you will never have to worry about being woken up. Stealth is part of our expert training process, undergone by each new member of the team.
As snow falls over residential areas during the course of the night, your property is being taken care of by safe and efficient hands. Using shovels to push snow, allows us to respect the sleeping habits of yourself and your neighbours. Our snow removal experts are outfitted with state of the art equipment as well as age-old classics, designed to bring you the best possible results for your property.
The Gorilla Snow Removal Method
Choosing the right property maintenance firm to handle your winter woes is an important decision. Plenty of property owners have a mower at the ready to tackle lawn care needs throughout the summer but winter is a bit more complicated. Snow removal in Edmonton needs to be organized according to the style and size of your property.
What works for a strata space doesn’t always work for a commercial property. This is why our specialists arrive on scene with an arsenal of tools to get the right results in the right areas. Shovels might work for smaller areas and individual walkways but complicated spaces require complicated solutions. Snow blowers, for example, are best suited for multi-unit and strata complexes.
Professional snow removal services are not limited to residential areas. Whether you are in need of a clear sidewalk or parking lot, you can count on our Gorillas to get the job done right. Heavy-duty removal machines, like snow plows are used to clear parking lots and break through snow banks. Blowers can also be used during regular hours in order to tackle larger areas like multi-unit properties and larger commercial spaces.
Don’t forget Salting!
Piles of snow are tough to deal with, but ice can be downright dangerous. Without proper salting practices, road surfaces become slippery and open up the door for slips and falls. There is no one way to get proper de-icing results without training. Navigating angles and slopes that might collect snow melt is key to staying on your feet. If you are noticing slippery surfaces, please contact a Gorilla before you are dealing with a worst-case scenario.