Our quality service doesn't
stop in the fall

About Snow Management

Snow Management is an important maintenance service needed in Minnesota’s unforgiving winters.

Snow plowing, shoveling, and snow relocation is necessary to maintain a safe site and to allow you, your guests, and/or customers and vendors to come and go safely from your property. The days of a shovel and an inefficient tractor are gone. At Alex’s, we use state-of-the-art equipment to clean your site and keep it safe.

Our plow trucks and large loaders with containment plows utilizing a rubber cutting edges help to nearly eliminates damage to surfaces and reduces salt use. We also use an extensive fleet of powerful skid loaders with containment and specialty plows to get into tight areas with unsurpassed maneuverability and snow placement capabilities.

Snow relocation is done with loaders and our fleet of dump trucks to move snow to our off-premises dump sites. We also relocate snow with large snow blowers to blow large volumes of snow away. If you prefer, we can move snow with loaders to your onsite location such as a drainage pond or field.

Our sidewalk crews have an extensive fleet of snow blowers, 4x4 utility vehicle plows, and manpower to help keep all pedestrians safe.

The Alex's Difference:

  • -In-House, Year-Round Employees

  • -24 Hour Weather Monitoring

  • -In-House Fleet of 20+ Pieces of Snow Removal Equipment

  • -In-House Fleet of De-Icing Trucks

  • -In-House Sidewalk Crews

  • -Fully-staffed office with regular updates of progress during events and services being provided.

  • -In-house storage of bulk Salt and satellite storage locations throughout the metro.

Alex's has a 98% customer retention rate that's unmatched in the industry.

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Areas of Service

Circle Pines, Blaine, Mounds View, North Oaks, Lino Lakes, Hugo, White Bear Lake, Vadnais Heights, Arden Hills, New Brighton, St. Anthony, Shoreview, Roseville, Little Canada, Maplewood, Lake Elmo, Woodbury, Grant, Mahtomedi, Oakdale, Hugo, Stillwater