Snow & Ice
If you’re like most proactive property managers, you’re already thinking about winter snow and ice removal for the upcoming season. The smart play is to have your resources lined up now, so your property gets the attention it needs when the snow starts to fall. Effective snow removal is more than plowing into a mound in the corner of your lot – there are proper ways to prevent ice without damaging the underlying sidewalks, and to avoid harming your landscaping and plants.
Snow and ICE
Every year Basnight Land & Lawn gets calls from frantic property managers who either didn’t get around to planning ahead, or are not getting service from their planned provider. While we always try to help and get those properties added to our route, our contracted accounts always get service first.
Having a smart snow removal plan is extremely important for property and business owners, both in terms of customer/employee safety and peace of mind during stressful weather events like snow storms.
Now is the time to talk with your Basnight Land & Lawn rep about:
Snow removal from public sidewalks, driveways, parking lots and walkways.
Landscaping winterization before the snow starts falling.
Ice and slip-hazard management.
This year, let Basnight do the work for you and provide peace of mind. Get on our snow removal priority list today and find yourself ahead of the game when bad weather hits the area this winter. Call a landscaping technician at (757) 436-9617 to talk about your snow removal plan.
Natural Ice Melt
Have you heard about our “green” all-natural ice melt? It doesn’t harm sidewalks, pavers, lawns or landscaping, yet it helps keep your property clear of ice. It’s both long-lasting and fast-acting, and has a helpful blue color so it’s easy to see where the ice-melt has been applied. Keep in mind, some ice-melting products cannot be used in spaces that pets have access to, so be sure to use something that is “pet-safe". Additionally, we warn against using rock salt because it will harm your property!
This entry was posted in Commercial Landscaping, Commercial News, Seasonal Problems, What Else Can Landscape Companies Do? and tagged commercial snow removal, snow removal, winter tips on December 1, 2017 by Basnight Land & Lawn.