Baltimore winters are known for being harsh, and this year won’t be any different. Here are the facts you need to know about commercial snow and ice management and how it can help your business.
Commercial Snow and Ice Management
Your employees and customers expect your business to remain safe, especially during unfavorable weather. There are different steps you can take to ensure everyone remains safe.
Snow plowing enhances the safety of everyone entering and exiting your business. Snow plowing also enhances visibility, which decreases the risk of car accidents and damage to your property.
When ice falls from the sky, it adheres to the pavement and becomes black ice. Black ice is dangerous because it is difficult to see. By the time drivers realize they have run over black ice, it’s too late.
Shoveling the sidewalk is a safety measure you should take to minimize the risk of falling, tripping, and slipping that could lead to serious injuries and a possible lawsuit.
Parking Lot Plowing and Salting
Your parking is just as important as the sidewalk of your business. With a salted, clear parking lot, employees and customers have a clear, defined walking path and a path that allows them to park their car safely.
Why Is It Important To Have A Plan for Your Business?
It is important to have a snow and ice management plan for your business for overall safety, to reduce liability claims against you, and to increase business. Regardless of the weather, employees still need to work, and customers still need the services or products your business provides. Having an active snow and ice management plan for your establishment protects you, your employees, and your customers.
The winters in Maryland are freezing cold, with heavy snowfall. This type of weather is responsible for tons of car accidents and injuries. We are here to help provide peace of mind and safety. Here at Precision Landscaping, we’re here to help you maintain a safe property during unfavorable weather. Contact us today to learn more about our services or schedule an appointment.