Ice and Snow Removal

Snow Storm Snow Removal

Ah winter! There is just no walking away from it. It can be long and cold and bring plenty of snow in its path. Keeping your driveway and walkways clear can be an arduous task to say the least. And what makes matters worse is that it can become a daily maintenance issue, which can take time out of your day and put a pain in your back. May we suggest the best way to manage ice and snow removal is to leave it to the professionals. Reesor's Landscaping has the people, equipment, and the knowhow to take care of this for you.

That's what we do! During the winter months we monitor the weather 24/7 and have our crew and equipment ready for anything winter is dumping on us. Snow clearing for both residential driveways to commercial parking lots.

Our snow property management foot print covers Listowel and surrounding areas.

Commercial Snow Removal

Our clients trust us to provide reliable efficient and effective snow clearing services to ensure operations continue as usual, regardless of what Mother Nature has in store. We are up to the challenge.

Snow Clearing

Keep your property safe and clear of snow and ice this winter by calling Reesor's Landscaping.

Our services include not only snow removal but also salt and sand application.

Save yourself a lot of time and money this winter. Our snow removal service is quick and very competitively priced.
Its a known fact that many people suffer back injuries and heart attacks shovelling snow in the winter.
Let's face it, you have better things to do with your time this winter than being out in the cold shovelling snow. Give us a call.

Our Key Benefits

As with all choices, level of service plays a big role in determining which contractor will work best for you - we will. :

  • Quick snow removal.
  • Saves you the heavy lifting.
  • Avoid injuries.
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5 Tips to avoid injury while shovelling snow!

Do a warm up and a few stretches before digging in.
Use an ergonomic shovel. This will reduce some of the bending and help with the lifting.
Take a break. Don't shovel for more than 15 minutes at a time.
Pay attention to your body. If you feel any pain, discomfort, shortening of breath, or tightening of your chest you should stop immediately and seek medical help.
Don't shovel snow. If you are over the age of 50 and you are not physically active, or if you have a history of heart problems, then you need to let us do the shovelling for you.

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  • Did you know...?

    According to a 17 year study done by WebMD that more than 11,000 adults and children require hospital care each year because of shovelling snow!