Why should you hire a snow removal company ?
If your customers can’t get to your parking area or building, their next stop is to your competitors who have plowed properties. Even long time customers won’t want to risk their safety or damage to their vehicles to enter a property that isn’t cleared of snow and ice.
As much as snow removal is about your customers, it’s also about your employees. You and your employees should feel safe driving into work every day and the better shape your property is in, the less risk of injury it poses to the people who work for you. Customers aren’t the only ones who can file lawsuits!
Hiring cheap labor could result in property damage due to workmen who haven’t received proper snow removal training. Not only can the equipment be dangerous, but the de-icing and melting agents should be used by professionals who have experience with those products.
A properly plowed and de-iced lot will dramatically reduce the chances of slip-and-fall accidents on your property. For any accidents that still may occur, lawsuits are almost always dismissed because professional contractors are able to prove they did their jobs.
When unskilled workers try to clear snow with the wrong tools and chemicals, it can lead to cracked and broken pavement. Most novice snow removal teams won’t even have a contract in place that requires them to pay for damaged property, which means those repairs fall on you.
Chances are pretty good that experts in snow removal will have a well-run operation that allows them to serve all their customers in a timely fashion. The less you have to worry about whether or not your property will be plowed before business hours, the more time you can focus on running your business.