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Question DetailsAsked on 12/7/2013

How much should driveway seasonal snow removal cost in Minnesota?

3 car asphalt driveway, aprox. 50 ft long, 3" snow fall typically takes less than 15 minutes to plow, removed snow can easily be banked in yard, hope to use neighborhood company

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I could have sworn there was a Snow Removal category in Search the List, but I can't find it - maybe it got dropped (can't imagine why), because similar questions now refer to Lawn and Yard Work as the Search the List category - though a lot of those companies do convert to snow plowing during the winter to stay in business.

Can't say about your area, but head west a few thousand miles and in our area it runs about $25/callout plowing or $250-300/year contract for that size driveway, in an area running about 3-6 feet of snow a year.

Google for snowplowing services in your town, then crosscheck names on AL for reviews. Your best reference - would be friends living in the same area and neighbors who are happy with their service.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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