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There are certain aspects of a good plan for snow management that every business owner or property manager should be aware of. A reputable service will apprise their clients of every detail of the proposed agreement before the deal is sealed.
Anti-icing for instance, is the process that a snow management service uses to prevent freezing precipitation from making pedestrian and parking lot surfaces hard to maneuver. This pre storm treatment will also make the work easier for the snow plows that clear the way.
Every service contract includes a timeframe that both parties agree upon. A snow management arrangement is no exception. A company operative should be able to determine the extent of the services needed for any particular site and advise the potential client of his appraisal. An appraisal should also include a commitment to communicate with the client and keep him apprised as to how operations are proceeding as the work is being done.
Ground surfaces are the main concerns of a business owner. He wants to make sure that his enterprise doesn’t come to a screeching halt because customers or deliveries can’t be accommodated. That being the case, a service representative should be the one to point out the additional matter of the roofing structures of the buildings on the site. A heavy accumulation of snow can weaken a roof to the extent that it is in danger of collapse. Clearing the rooftops can be written into the contract and included in the overall service.
The site map is one of the most important facets of an effective plan for snow removal. It can serve as a guide for equipment operators who arrive on the site during a snow event. They will be able to refer to the blueprint of the entire locale and immediately be alerted to areas of specific concern.
Contact SMS – Snow Management Services in Denver and be ready before the next onslaught of winter weather. Call 303-750-8867 today!