Duluth companies know that the winter months can be tough on business, which is why the Earth Development team is so popular! We’ve been providing expert snow commercial removal services for companies across Duluth, as well as in nearby Hermantown, MN, and Superior, WI, for more than 20 years.
We also provide flexible payment options, ranging from one-off flat rates to hourly and seasonal rates. Earth Development is your answer to maintaining normal business operations this winter.
Ensure your offices, industrial space, or other business property is safe to access this winter with our snow plowing services from our local, trusted teams.
Ensure your parking lots are safe to access with Earth Development this winter. We provide snow plowing and snow clearing services, along with ice management, to protect drivers and pedestrians alike.
Your sidewalks and entryways are the first hurdles your customers face during adverse weather. Companies that keep these areas safe and clear can expect those customers to return!
When temperatures get so low that it’s hard to control the ice on your roads, road sanding improves traction to ensure that drivers can access your property safely.
A combination of preventative de-icing treatment and regular maintenance helps control ice on your outdoor surfaces, from roads and parking lots to entryways and sidewalks.
Preventative maintenance is the best way to keep your business open this winter – and that includes snow management planning. We’ll plan ahead and ensure our team is ready to go as soon as the winter weather arrives.
Looking for last-minute, emergency snow removal and ice management services? Earth Development has a team of local professionals ready to help at the drop of a hat!
Keeping your business open and functional during the winter months depends on your ability to keep your entryways clear and your parking lot functional. Without it, neither your employees nor your customers can access your building.
Earth Development protects the safety of your customers and helps you stay open even during the winter months not just through effective and reliable snowplowing, but thanks to our deep knowledge of the rules and regulations that businesses must comply with.
We’ll help you abide by all state and federal regulations, clearing snow from all entryways and ensuring all surfaces are treated with salt and other deicing agents. That way, you’ll avoid potential lawsuits if a customer slips and falls, while also demonstrating to your customers that you are committed to keeping them safe.
Earth Development works quickly, and we reduce the time that snow removal in Duluth, St Paul, and Rochester takes by acting pre-emptively. On the advice of expert meteorologists, we apply deicing agents before the weather takes a turn for the worse.
While we always work quickly, we maintain our high standards at all times.
We use specialized applications, video surveillance equipment, and trackers to let us know about the weather conditions in real-time. Also, we hire meteorologists that provide exhaustive weather reports for the region. Therefore, we will contact you ourselves and provide snow removal services when necessary.
Earth Development handles over 50 locations in the Midwest. To address every client on time, we employ hundreds of experts and use over 500 units of equipment. You can be sure that we are never short on hands or snow removal trucks.
The cost of snow removal in Duluth depends on your needs, namely the type and volume of work, as well as the type of payment you choose.
At Earth Development, we offer three types of payment options:
Flat rates (where you pay for the snow removal); hourly rate; seasonal contract.
Seasonal contract is the most flexible option. You pay based on the expected amount of the cleaned snow. However, there is a maximum pricing cap that you can't exceed, no matter how much snow we remove.
Yes, snow shoveling in Duluth, MN, is available for businesses that require snow clearing in entryways and smaller outdoor areas. Our team uses shovels to clear snow before using deicing materials, like salt and even sand, to ensure pedestrians can walk safely on your outdoor surfaces.