The Contractor is not liable for slippery conditions or any personal accidents that may occur due to snow, ice, or melt and re-freeze.
Contractor agrees to provide driveway snow removal services for Customer for Winter 2022/23 from Nov. 1st first to last snowfall.
Contractor agrees to commence removing snow when 2 inches (5 cm) or greater has fallen.When snowfall is forecast or anticipated to be less than 4 inches (10 cm), Contractor will wait until the end of storm to commence clearing.
Contractor agrees to remove fresh fallen snow from driveway within 12 hours after the end of snowfall. Ongoing snowfalls may require more than one visit to remove snow.
If snowfall exceeds 6 inches (15 cm) in a single snowfall, Contractor’s ability to keep up with snow removal may be impeded or exceeded until snowfall has stopped. In such events, snow clearing will continue during snowfall and after storm has ended, however, delays are to be expected.
Contractor agrees to return to clean up end of driveway (i.e. after Township plows have done roads) one time within 12 hours after the end of large snowfalls only (6′′/15 +cm).
Contractor is not responsible for clearing snow that has fallen or has been shoveled off roof, or placed on driveway by means other than naturally falling snow during a snowstorm.
Contractor will make every effort to get as close to obstacles, buildings, landscaping materials, vehicles, etc. as is safely possible. If vehicles or other objects impede snow clearing, Contractor will remove snow around them to the best of their ability. Contractor reserves the right to refuse to provide services due to inaccessibility to Customer property.
Contractor will be liable for damage caused by negligence of its operator. Contractor will not be responsible for damage caused to or by hidden objects, objects buried under snow (some that may become projectiles), unmarked objects, uneven driveway, etc.
Contractor is not liable for damage caused to driveway surface due to normal operation of equipment when providing services. The nature of snow clearing is to run a large steel blade across a smooth (or relatively smooth) surface. Scratches and scrapes may occur on driveway surface. Uneven surfaces caused by frost heaves or poor workmanship may be chipped, broken, or otherwise damaged by equipment. We have installed, at additional cost, plastic TIVAR® edges on our blowers.
We, the Contractor, will use our stakes to mark the edges of your drive and you, the Customer, agree to allow us to do so.
Customer driveway must be the size specified in our pricing options & number of cars and not off of a busy street. Driveway size and location is subject to our, the Contractor’s, approval; if, for some reason, your driveway does not fit our specifications, we will fully refund your money.
*Based on the average driveway that parks less than 4 cars.