Snow & Ice Management

Snow & Ice Management2022-01-13T07:19:57+00:00

We have the trucks, the plows, and the know-how!

You can count on Hyland Landscapes for all of your snow clearing and ice management needs. We handle all types of projects, both big and small, residential and commercial!
Trust our safe & heavily insured snow & ice management services to get you through the winter.
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Our Winter Services

Our Winter Services

Snow Removal & Plowing

Our fleet of snow clearing trucks can handle any sized job. Whether you need residential snow removal or a parking lot fully cleared, our team can get it done! We handle both snow plowing and shoveling for driveways & walkways.

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Snow & Ice Management

Know exactly what to expect this winter. Ask about our Snow Management Plan, which includes proactive snow removal services throughout the season. This way you can get through even the worst storms with minimal disruptions!

Salting & De-Icing

We do more than just break the ice. We use de-icing agents that are safe for the environment, animals, and your hardscaped surfaces. When temperatures drop below freezing, our equipment is ready to go.

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Snow Removal & Plowing

Our fleet of snow clearing trucks can handle any sized job. Whether you need residential snow removal or a parking lot fully cleared, our team can get it done! We handle both snow plowing and shoveling for driveways & walkways.

An image of a man removing snow using a machine

Snow and Ice Management

Know exactly what to expect this winter. Ask about our Snow Management Plan, which includes proactive snow removal services throughout the season. This way you can get through even the worst storms with minimal disruptions!

Hyland Landscapes - Salting & De-Icing Services

Salting & De-Icing

We do more than just break the ice. We use de-icing agents that are safe for the environment, animals, and your hardscaped surfaces. When temperatures drop below freezing, our equipment is ready to go.

Why Choose Hyland Landscapes For Snow Services?

From small, residential snow removal and snow clearing projects to large-scale commercial jobs we have you covered.

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We’re fully insured for your protection.

All of our employees are safe, efficient & experienced in snow removal services.

Our priority is safety and customer satisfaction.

You can rest easy knowing that we will never take any shortcuts to get the job done quickly!  

We respond quickly to any situation.

Our team is ready when you need us to take care of whatever snow services you need.

We use the best equipment and products on the market.

Our equipment is up-to-date and well maintained for optimal performance. Plus, we use safe, eco-friendly de-icing agents to keep our clients and the environment safe.   

Stay safe this winter, and let Hyland Landscapes take care of your snow removal needs.

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FAQ’s

How is snow plowing different from snow removal?2021-11-10T11:35:37+00:00

The terms “snow removal” and “snow plowing” are frequently interchanged. Many companies incorrectly use the terms interchangeably, although there is a significant distinction between the two. Snow removal entails clearing all of the snow from a property, rather than simply piling it up on roads and drives. To clean sidewalks, curbs, or locations where snow piles have formed from plowing, snow removal makes use of heavy machinery such as front-end loaders and dump trucks.

How is snow removal of driveways done?2021-11-10T11:36:07+00:00

Aside from using a shovel or a self-propelled snowblower, there are several methods that you can use to remove ice from your driveway. This includes treating the surface with a de-icer, pouring hot water on the snow, using a leaf blower, and installing a snow-melting system.

Can snow removal be done without insurance?2021-11-10T11:36:42+00:00

No. You retain liability insurance as a property owner to safeguard your assets from lawsuits in the case of an accident on your property. You should demand the same of all contractors who operate on your home or structure, especially those who work with heavy machinery on your property, such as snowplows, snow blowers, and salt spreaders.

Is using a skid steer better for snow removal?2021-11-10T11:37:16+00:00

A skid steer can apply more downward pressure on the bucket, plow, or pusher than a compact truck loader because of its four tires and less per-square-inch contact with the surface below. This helps remove more snow and ice on the first pass by providing superior scraping motion along the surface.

Is snow removal using a tractor more efficient?2021-11-10T11:37:44+00:00

A tractor will clear snow more efficiently and effectively than an equivalent loader of similar size.

What is used for snow removal for a gravel driveway?2021-11-10T11:38:19+00:00

When it comes to clearing snow from a gravel driveway, snow blowers are the most efficient tools.

Why is snow removal important?2021-11-10T11:38:54+00:00

Injuries caused by slipping on wet snow are avoided by clearing the snow. It also stops vehicles from skidding when exiting the driveway.

What is the best snow removal equipment?2021-11-10T11:39:29+00:00

The best snow removal equipment include skid-steer loaders, all-wheel steer loaders, backhoe loaders, wheel loaders, and utility vehicles just to mention a few.

Is snow removal done using a machine?2021-11-10T11:40:02+00:00

Yes. Snow removal equipment should enable contractors to do a task swiftly and efficiently, allowing them to meet all contract requirements and cover all paths without missing any locations.

Is snow removal the landlord’s responsibility?2021-11-10T11:40:58+00:00

Snow and ice removal is the responsibility of both the landlord and the renter, according to the City of Vancouver. “Whether you are a property owner or tenant, you are responsible for clearing snow and ice from the full width of sidewalks around your residence and business,” says the city’s website.

However, according to provincial guidelines, it depends on what you rent. For example, in multi-unit buildings, “the landlord is responsible for cutting grass, shoveling snow” and other property maintenance, according to the Residential Tenancy Branch. If you rent a whole house, the tenant is “generally” responsible, but it depends on the terms of rental.

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