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Question DetailsAsked on 6/9/2011

Looking for a reliable snow plow company in Shoreview, MN

I am looking for a reliable snow plowing company who serves the Shoreview MN area. I checked Angies list and most don't do our area and the couple that do are not available. The driveway is a long one and shared with two other neighbors who will need their aprons plowed in addition to the main driveway.

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    Any young people in your area wishing they had the backing for a winter business? Get your two neighbors together and split the cost of a good snow blower three ways.

    Then, draw up an agreement with the young person/poeple making your drive and the three aprons a priority for two years - - in exchange (s)he gets to use the snow blower on other properties to make extra money but you retain ownership and possession. Add general rules for maintenance and care of the equipment (big stuff should be warranty).

    At the end of two years, the deal continues but you transfer ownership to her/him. And, for goodness sake, make sure you have parental approval.

    You should be able to get the work done for a reasonable price split three ways and you help a young person or two get started on something worth while.

    Answered 9 years ago by Old Grouch


    You may not have been able to find what you were looking for on the List, but Angie's List has a local research expert who may be able to help you out here. Just email or call with what you need.

    Answered 9 years ago by Sarah


    Wish it were that simple, but the driveway is so long (and partly gravel) that it really requires a truck to do it. Angies search was not able to locate anyone for me.

    Answered 9 years ago by pats

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