GreenPal launches snow-removal services in Hartford area

GreenPal, a leader in on-demand lawn mowing, launched its snow-removal service in Hartford and the surrounding areas recently.

“With the Corona Virus running rampant and social distancing a communal priority, our service lends itself to be the only way to get your snow removed this season,” said a GreenPal co-founder Gene Caballero, noting several reasons that consumers should choose the company.


First, GreenPal’s technology allows vendors to bid on jobs without having to visit the property and talk face-to-face with the homeowner. Second, in an historically cash-based business, GreenPal eliminates the need to meet for payment and use cash. And finally, GreenPal notes that more than 30% of their customers are over the age of 60--a demographic that is the most susceptible to severe complications due to COVID-19.

GreenPal operates in more than 46 states and in 200 major markets, and has more than 1 million homeowners signed up.


Nashville-based GreenPal’s app allows homeowners to find local, pre-screened snow removal professionals. Homeowners can list their jobs with their service date and snow-removal needs. Vetted pros can then bid on their properties based on the Google street and aerial images, and any other property details the homeowner provides. Homeowners can then select who they want to work with based on the vendor’s ratings, reviews, and price. Once a vendor has completed the service, the vendor will send a time-stamped photo of the completed work. Homeowners can then pay via the app and set up more appointments.

“After successfully launching in 200 other markets, we are excited to help homeowners in Hartford find reliable, safe, and local snow removal,” said Caballero.

Nashville-based GreenPal currently operates in Chicago, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Atlanta, Charlotte, Orlando, Houston, OKC, San Antonio, Los Angeles, San Antonio, Phoenix, San Jose, Jacksonville, Fresno, New Orleans, Sacramento, Miami, Ft Lauderdale, Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Denver, Baltimore, Detroit, and St. Louis.

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