Preseason

Our work starts long before the first flakes fall. We spend the summer and fall months getting ready.

  • Mandatory now training in snow markets 
  • Property reviews
  • Equipment purchase and allocation


Snow season

When the storm hits, we are there. We make sure your lots are clear for up to 24 hours post-event.

  • Attack-plan based on forecast, traffic and time of day 
  • Large provider network for scalability 
  • Around-the-clock communication and support


Post-season

Once the storms have passed, we are still not done. We immediately start preparing for next year.

  • Repair any damage caused by snow
  • Property reviews to make adjustments and improvements for next season

Snow and Ice Removal

Winter weather is unpredictable. But it doesn’t have to wreak havoc on your business.

What sets us apart?

A massive provider network

We have more than 17,000 technicians nationwide. While others are still scrambling, we are ready to go. For snowstorms that are larger than usual, we proactively bring in technicians from outside the area to help shoulder the load.

Flexible payment options

We have you covered no matter what winter is like in your region. If it tends to snow a lot, you might opt for a fixed-cost, seasonal plan. If snowstorms are less likely, you might choose our on-demand services.

Advance notice via forecasting

We regularly monitor the weather to make sure we are never caught off guard. Our plans take into account the forecast, the time of day, traffic and insight and experience from our on-the-ground field members.

News

DMG named No. 3 snow provider in U.S. and Canada

Divisions Maintenance Group nabbed the No. 3 spot on a list of the top 100 snow and ice management companies in the U.S. and Canada.
The list, published by Snow Magazine, covers the 2020-2021 snow season. DMG was one of only three companies whose snow revenue for the season topped $100 million.

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