It’s that time of the year again!

With snow officially beginning to to fall, having a winter maintenance plan in place will help keep your commercial property safe and accessible for customers. Parking lot snow removal is an important part of winter cleanup, and can minimize the risks of slips and fall during the colder months. Learn more about snow removal best practices below!

Don’t Wait

While it can be difficult to stay on top of the winter season due to unpredictable weather and busier foot traffic (especially for those in the retail industry), snow removal should be one of your top priorities. Partnering with a landscaper that offers a dedicated removal and sanding package is often easier than trying to have your staff manually clear the area, and ensures the job is done properly every time.

Know The Challenges of Your Property

Uneven pavement, poorly placed drains, and slopes can make snow removal difficult and even dangerous without the correct tools. Working with a professional contractor will make sure that your lot is cleared safely and are compliant with city bylaws, even after the toughest of snowfalls.

Not Just Your Parking Lot

While parking lot cleaning and sanding is essential during the winter months, it’s important to remember that the rest of your property will need attention as well. Keep pathways and sidewalks clear, and be mindful of problem spots where condensation run off or snow buildup could become a greater hazard.

Battling The Weather Together

At GDB Landscaping, we know that snow removal can seem like a hassle for business owners. Our winter maintenance services ensure that your property is kept in the best condition possible, rain, snow, or shine. Give us a call to book your package today!