Snow Removal Services
Snow Removal in Chicago
Get the snow removed by a professional team.
Blizzards and snowstorms are a reality of living in the Chicago area but you don’t have to be at their mercy. Picture this: a snowstorm hits overnight. You wake up the next morning to 15 missed calls and voicemails saying that 2 employees slipped on ice and went to the emergency room. For any business owner that is the beginning of a very bad nightmare. But, with R&R Chicago you won’t ever have to deal with that because we take a very proactive approach to remove snow and ice, with our snow plow truck drivers on standby from November to March and fully equipped to handle anything.
Residential Snow Plowing Services
All of our vehicles are equipped with GPS monitoring, multiple modes of communication to ensure no disruption in service delivery, 24/7 dispatch center, and skilled technicians for all your snow removal, ice removal, de-icing, and sidewalk shoveling needs. With competitive pricing, technology backed solutions, and heavily insured, you’ll be in good hands with the snow removal team at R&R Chicago.
Snow Plowing Services
Winter Maintenance Program
De-icing & Ice control
Snow Hauling Services
24/7 Emergency Support
Snow Removal FAQ
Q: What is your snow removal service area?
A: R & R Chicago is based in Chicago and primarily work in the city and suburbs. While we normally extend our service area to all of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Michigan for snow removal we focus strictly on Chicago and suburbs that fall near our routes.
Q: How much does snow removal cost?
A: This price varies greatly based on what you need, how large the area to be cleaned is, if you need salt, are you on our maintenance program or an emergency call, etc. The best method is by setting up an appointment for a free consultation and our skilled team will help create a customizable program just for you.
Q: Should you put salt down before it snows?
A: Typically it is advised to prepare for a snow storm by laying commercial grade salt and de-icing pellets on your surfaces. This is to lower the freezing temperature of snow and effectively melting snow as it hits the ground.