Maintaining a safe and clean property is one of the most important jobs for managers; especially in the winter. When it snows you want to make sure that you have a prompt response so that people can get around safely. When you hire a snow removal company for the job it’s important that they do a professional and detailed job. Follow this guide for finding the right snow removal company.
How Quickly Do They Respond?
The first question you should ask when hiring a snow removal company is how quickly they respond after the snow has fallen. In the case of big storms, ask them what their process is like. Do they wait until it stops completely? As a property owner or manager, you want to ensure that the walkways and parking lots are safe and passable as quickly as possible.
What Services Do They Provide?
Check their list of services. Find out if they distribute salt in addition to removing the snow. Keep in mind that not all snow removal companies provide the same services. Find out if they also distribute deicer and whether they’ll haul the snow away from your property.
Are They Insured?
Make sure that the snow removal company you choose has all the appropriate licenses and insurance. Although they are professionals, they work they do is dangerous by nature. Ensuring that they have all the necessary paperwork in place will help protect you should an accident happen.
What Equipment Do They Use?
What equipment will they use on your property? Because the characteristics and layout of every property are unique, you want to make sure that the company has the right tools for your property. Ask them what type of equipment they use and the name of the manufacturer so that you can do your own research.
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