snow removal

Searching for Kansas City snow removal? While we are known for designing and installing beautiful landscapes, we boast the same pride in our snow and ice removal services. Snow removal and ice control is offered to our full-service customers in the Kansas City area only.  Our prices are competitive to others in the metro area and we are dedicated to performing the job in a timely manner. We are committed to getting the job done right with the thought of building long-term relationships through unparalleled service. At Lightning we provide the highest level of safety, quality, and reliability on every job. If you are interested in learning more about our snow removal services in Kansas City, please give us a call and let us see what we can do for you.

Here are a few good questions any company that provides snow removal should be able to answer:

How long has your company been performing snow removal services in Kansas City?

Lightning has been in business for over 20 years. Although snow removal is not our primary business, we have years of experience and pride ourselves in helping to maintain a safe environment for all our customers whether they are commercial properties or residential.

What considerations will you take into account when clearing snow from my commercial facility?

Commercial properties are different than residential due to the amount and varied traffic. We can never predict exactly when a storm will hit, but our employees are always on call and ready for the snow event. We provide initial de-icing services, snow plowing and ice control services, and follow-up checks as weather dictates, in the Kansas City Metro area.

Is there a live person available to assist you 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week?

Unfortunately, weather doesn’t just happen during business hours, but as mentioned previously, our employees are on call 24/7. If there is an issue, we are available to assist you.

Do you have your own salt supply or do you rely on someone else?

We maintain a stock of salt during the winter months, just in case.