Why Hiring a Commercial Snow Service Implies More Than You Think
The snow season can bring on a lot of stress for building owners and facility managers. You may choose to hire a professional commercial snow service for many reasons: They are trained, efficient, have the right equipment, and know more about the types of chemicals that work best to protect your tenants or employees. For example, by laying down ice melt before the storm, and responding immediately afterwards with a snow removal program, you will prevent layers of winter from establishing themselves in the crevices. This means snow will not become compacted under the weight of moving vehicles, and ice will not have time to crumble the asphalt into larger potholes.
However, have you ever wondered what plowed, well-treated parking lots and sidewalks indicate to your employees or clients about your building?
Many building owners and facility managers may overlook this factor, especially if they only see snow services as protecting tenants and employees. And while that’s important, there’s another vital reason to hire a professional commercial snow service: It shows how much you care about your building.
When owners or managers choose to professionally have their parking lots plowed and treated, not only does it make it easier for everyone to enter and exit the building, but it also communicates the importance of your building and the respect you have for the tenants/employees/visitors within as well.
That being said, it’s important to hire the best professional commercial snow service to get the job done right. Here are some helpful questions to ask when deciding who will best serve your property when the weather strikes:
At City Wide, we understand every commercial property is different, and we treat it as such. We will take a customized approach to your winter weather needs. From plowing to de-icing and even shoveling, no job is too big or too small for our professionals.
While the timing might not seem right when it’s warm out, it’s best the book your commercial snow services early—even during the summer months—to lock in a better price. Not only will you discover how difficult it is to find someone if you wait until the first snow, but waiting too long can also mean higher prices and lower quality of work.
Contact your local City Wide today.Back