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Updated June 27, 2022

A snow removal contract is between a client and a contractor to get rid of snow and ice on a property in exchange for payment. This agreement can be made for commercial or residential use with the contractor being obligated to perform the services either immediately after a snowstorm or only upon request from the client.

Most snow removal contracts are paid on a “per job” basis with the contractor being paid the same amount no matter the amount of snowfall.

What to Include

  • Parties’ Names
    • Service Provider
    • Client
  • Term
  • Service Description
    • Driveways
    • Parking Lots
    • Walkways/Sidewalks
    • Rooftops
  • Snow Event
  • Property Description
  • Payment
    • Amount ($)
    • Instructions
  • Retainer (if any)

What is a Snow Event ?

A snow event is an agreed-upon amount of snow that qualifies the removal of snow by the service provider. Generally speaking, any accumulation of more than 2″ snow is considered a “snow event.”

Ultimately, a “snow event” is negotiated and defined by the parties.

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