Any business owner located in a part of the country that experiences seasonal changes will have to face the issue of snow removal. If a business had to shut down operations because of a few inches of snow accumulation it could soon be in big trouble. The alternative is to find a snow and ice removal service that is efficiently equipped to tackle the job.
The first thing a reputable service will do is to send a representative to the site. He will want to walk the property with a manager to designate any areas of specific concern such as handicapped parking spaces or emergency service routes. This initial assessment is best done on a bright and sunny day when every nook and cranny on the property is exposed. Things will seem very different when covered in a layer of snow, but the company’s rep will be experienced in mapping out the landscape so that the work crews will be able to recognize the boundaries of the property and the areas that must take precedence.
So what happens to all that snow? If there’s room on the property to accommodate it the snow plow operators will stockpile it there but if not they will have to find an offsite location. They may make arrangements to pile the snow on parking lots close to the business site. If there is a reservoir nearby it might be an ideal choice for stockpiling since the meltoff would add to the community’s water supply.
Operators of heavy pieces of equipment such as snowplows have to go through a training program and meet certain standards of achievement in order to be licensed to perform their job. Business owners must be assured that drivers have completed the required exercises and are totally competent. An established service will be proud to display the certificates of accomplishment that their employees have earned.
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