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Questiions about Kingsbury Snow Removal

Are you insured?
What’s included with service plans?
When does plowing begin & end?
At what time of day do you plow?
The street plow just left a berm at my driveway. Will you return to clear it?
Can I drive over the snow before removal?
How should I prepare my driveway for service?
Can I pay using Visa or other credit cards?
Are your vehicles environmentally friendly?


Are you insured?

For those unforeseen accidents Kingsbury Snow Removal maintains liability, property and workers compensation insurance through a major private carrier. Your patronage is appreciated. If at any time you have a concern please contact us.

What’s included with service plans?

In addition to great service, all service contract plans include free snow stake set-up and removal. If during the winter a stake becomes broken or lost, just notify us and we’ll take care of it.

When does plowing begin & end?

All contract snow removal plans begin November 1st and end April 15th. During a storm we plow when approximately 3” of snow accumulate at our highest service location elevation. Plowing continues until each customer has received at least one plow during an operational period. In many cases you may receive more than one visit during an operational period.

At what time of day do you plow?

Snow removal can begin at any hour - 24/7. When approximately 3” of snow accumulates or it is obvious larger amounts of snow are due, we start moving snow. Plowing off of normal business hours are most efficient and safest, but we work with Mother Nature…

The street plow just left a berm at my driveway. Will you return to clear it?

We do our best to coordinate our service with the street plows, but this can be difficult at best. We will return after the storm cycle making sure berms in your driveway are removed.

Can I drive over the snow before removal?

Yes. Our specialized equipment is designed to remove packed snow. All efforts should be made to keep your driveway clear of obstacles, vehicles and debris. Wood, sleds, skis, and children’s toys are dangerous hidden items that can damage equipment or worse, cause injury.

How should I prepare my driveway for service?

The most important precaution is keeping your driveway free of vehicles and debris hidden by snow. If vehicles are obstructing the area to be cleared, we will plow around them if possible. As time allows we will check on your property during a return visit.

Items hidden by snow are a serious concern. Items such as firewood, sleds, trash, and children’s toys are dangerous to equipment operators, property, and you. Injury can result from flying debris. Please make sure to keep items clear of the driveway.

Can I pay using Visa or other credit cards?

We do accept Visa, Master Card, & American Express using our secure website, phone, fax or mail.

Are your vehicles environmentally friendly?

We are pleased to report that our small tractors consume about one-half (1/2) the amount of diesel fuel of heavy equipment. Consequently, our tractors emit one-half (1/2) of the emissions into the air. We use biodegradable hydraulic fluid in all of its tractors. All of our fluids are recycled appropriately. Our Holder tractor and Zaugg snow blower blow snow up to 100 feet and 270 degrees. No more giant snow piles that create contaminated run-off to the lake months after it stops snowing. We also never apply sand or salt that could eventually enter Lake Tahoe disturbing its famed clarity.

 
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