Have you arranged for your commercial snow removal this year? Shoveling the front walk of your home is one thing, but what about your place of business? If you are the owner of a small to medium-sized business with a parking area or sidewalk, you’ll need to make sure these areas are kept free of snow and ice this winter. This is not a do-it-yourself job, especially because it’s a matter of public safety. Any falls or accidents on an icy or snowy sidewalk or parking lot is, unfortunately, the owner’s responsibility. Don’t wait until the weather forecasters are standing in front of the giant salt pile forecasting a major snow storm. Arrange for your commercial snow removal now. You should sign a contract that is binding and clear as to how the work will be done. That includes details like:
- How many times the plows will come to your site to remove snow;
- Your ranking on their list of clients for snow removal (that is, once the snow begins to fly, what number is your business on their list for plowing.)
- The threshold for plowing vs. snow blowing
- Preferred time periods for clean-up.
Don’t delay! Get ready for a worry-free winter with Goode Paving & Sealcoating.