ABOUT EARTH DEVELOPMENT
For over 20 years, Earth Development has been providing commercial snow removal and lawn maintenance services to the greater Midwest. We help businesses flawlessly operate during the winter months offering snow removal services from snow plowing to snow and ice management and enhance their property landscape beauty from spring to fall through professional and comprehensive lawn maintenance.
Earth Development offers a wide array of services. If you are looking for a trusted contractor to maintain your commercial landscape, we offer lawn fertilization, landscape renovation, lawn clean up to help you maintain the perfect look of your business property. Among our commercial snow removal services, there are snow blowing, snow plowing, snow shoveling, and sidewalk shoveling. We have evolved perfect strategies and techniques in snow removal as well as in lawn maintenance to keep you, your property, and your business safe and productive.
COMMERCIAL SNOW REMOVAL & LAWN CARE IN NUMBERS
With over 500 units in our fleet, we’re prepared for every caliber of storm when our competitors are not.
98% of our clients are so satisfied with our lawn maintenance services, as well as snow and ice management, they stick around the next year.
In our 20 years in business, our professional team has managed over 250,000 acres.
Our clients don’t lose business to bad weather. To date, we’ve saved them over one billion in revenue.
WE OFFER SERVICES FOR:
Our Top Rated Snow Removal Services
Our Top Rated Lawn Care Services
WORLD CLASS LEADERSHIP TEAM
Our leadership team is on your side. We’ve got you covered all year long. Let summer and winter services be the last thing for you to worry about.
Business Operations Manager
Celebrating 20 years of serving the Midwest with excellence.
Earth Development is one of the largest independently owned snow removal and lawn maintenance companies in the region. We take pride in meeting our customers’ needs and have efficiently serviced 1,000+ locations in the Midwest.
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