Founded in 2001, Freedom Snow & Landscaping began its operations snow plowing, salting community lots, and shoveling local sidewalks. With a management team of 60 years combined experience in snow removal, we offer landscaping services such as lawn care, power washing, bush trimming, flower bedding, and mulching. Built on integrity and personal relationships with clients and customers. Our vision of being servants has created growth potential for individuals within our community.
To satisfy the short-term needs and long-term goals of facilities owners and property managers through providing a safe, clean, and attractive environment for their customers, tenants, and staff, . . . while providing opportunities for individuals to grow, develop, and meet their personal goals.
We provide continuous, times sensitive, reliable service to a growing list of satisfied clients and customers. We serve clients throughout the Midwest with an effective, productive, respected, and responsive team.
Making a yard or other piece of land more attractive by altering the existing design, adding ornamental features, and planting trees and shrubs.
The job of removing snow after a snowfall to make travel easier and safer.
Cleaning using high-pressure jets of water from a power washer.
Freedom establishes lifetime relationship with agencies, companies, and other client
"Over the past 15 years, your company has been a true asset. We appreciate the service you have rendered..."
"Your company has demonstrated that customer satisfaction is number one by the prompt and proactive service provided during and after every snowfall . . ."
“It is a great thing to see our facility after your crew has completed the snow removal and salt spreading. It looks like it has never snowed . . ."
“When our customers or neighboring facility managers ask us who our service provider is, we proudly recommend Freedom Snowplow and Landscaping . . ."
“We are very pleased with the quality of service that Freedom SnowPlow and Landscaping, Inc. has provided McDonalds duringthe last fourteen years . . . “