For almost two decades we have been providing commercial snow management services
throughout Minnesota and Western Wisconsin.
We believe our success comes from our dedication to building long-lasting relationships with our clients by providing sound advice and superior services at competitive prices.
At BorderLines, we are always looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprint. Our technicians receive regular on-the-job training to make certain ice and snow are removed from surfaces safely and in the most efficient way possible, all while minimizing pollutant runoff. We are continually testing solutions that are less harmful to you and your surfaces, including the environmentally safer liquid brines used for anti-icing and de-icing.
Most of our snow technicians have been with us since we opened our doors. Our low personnel turnover, combined with our many returning customers, equals a high rate of customer confidence and satisfaction, as our clients see the same team year after year.
We have in-house live operators and onsite mechanics that work around the clock during a snow event. Our snow technicians are on alert 24 hours a day and can be mobilized from anywhere in the Twin Cities within minutes.
Our large inventory of snow removal equipment, including a Daewoo wheel loader and hi-flo snow blower, gives us the ability to handle any size snow and/or ice event. We are also well equipped to handle the demands of removing snow from your property when accumulation impacts your onsite operations.
Our equipment, manpower and facilities are all strategically positioned to deliver prompt, professional service. Hundreds of retail, manufacturing, church and school properties count on BorderLines’ snow removal services for their commercial snow plowing, salting, stacking, staging, hauling and disposal needs.
BorderLines is committed to working together to keep your property safe and accessible. For immediate commercial snow removal emergencies, call 763-323-1900 now.
We recommend that you fill the cracks and joints every year to keep moisture out from underneath your driveway. Cracks in your pavement allow water to penetrate the base beneath the surface which can result in more widespread cracking, sunken or broken-up asphalt, and eventually complete pavement failure.See More