Are you licensed for snow removal?
Yes, John’s Asphalt is licensed in the State of Connecticut for commercial snow removal.
Are you insured?
Yes, we carry a significant general liability insurance policy.
What areas do you offer snow service?
We have commercial routes throughout Fairfield County. Contact us for more information.
What is the minimum snowfall amount before you provide service?
Our minimum snowfall amount is 1”.
Can you clear my parking lot before our business opens in the morning?
Absolutely. There will be a snowplow crew assigned to your site, dedicated to meeting your operating timelines.
What do you do if there is snowfall during the day while our business is open?
John’s Asphalt makes certain to provide all services in the safest manner possible. It is our top priority during daytime snow events to keep traffic moving through parking lots and driveways by keeping main lanes open and main sidewalk entrances clear. Once your business is closed, our crews are re-deployed to clear the entire property.
Can you haul snow if we need to create more room for parking?
Yes. We have front-end loaders, skid steers, snowplows, pushers and trucks for hauling and re-locating snow to accommodate any of your operational needs.
Can you clear my sidewalks?
Yes, we use snow blowers and shovels to clear sidewalks, steps and landing areas.
What types of de-icing products do you use?
We use a combination of rock salt, calcium blends, sodium and potassium products.
Do you use sand on parking lots as well?
Yes, we use traction sand to provide temporary traction during storm event(s). Even though sand doesn’t melt ice, unlike other resources, sand doesn’t lose its performance when temperature drops.
Do you offer residential snow services?
No, currently, we do not offer snow services to Home Owner Associations or single-family residences.
Why is there snow in some of my lots empty parking spaces?
Our policy is to avoid placing snow in empty parking spaces, however there are certain instances where it is unavoidable. In those cases, we try to place snow at the very front of the parking space(s), so vehicles can still park. In extreme weather events, we may have no choice other than to completely plow a space (if there is no other place to move the snow).
How do I contact John’s Asphalt during a snow event?
Call or email us anytime. See Contact Us page for details.