Planning ahead is one of the most important aspects of the snow removal business. Not every driveway is the same from the makeup of the driveway, the shape, length and many other possible combinations of differences make it so that each client needs its own planning and preparation to do the job right.
Here are a few things to discuss with your snow removal company so that you make sure they are planning ahead for your property.
- Gravel, Dirt, Paver, Asphalt, Dirt. All of these materials could possibly be under the snow; your snow removal team needs to know what they are working with. Alert your snow removal company to what type of driveway you have so that they can plan ahead for each type’s individual needs.
- Size of Driveway. Discuss your driveway length and shape; let them know if it is wider, longer or steeper than usual. This will help both the driver and the team understand what they are getting into when dealing with clearing your property.
- Lawn, Statues, Bird Baths, Mailbox. Let your snow removal company know where any permanent fixtures are on your property. When snow piles high, the driver may not be able to discern if he is backing into a pile of snow, or a bird bath.
With a little planning, your relationship with your snow removal company will be a cool breeze on a warm day. When the snow removal team knows exactly what to expect and are well prepared, they can do a better, more efficient job in clearing your snow.
We are still taking new and renewing existing residential snow clients who are interested in multi-service snow removal and landscaping services. Clearing your snow is just the beginning of what we can do at DeCarlo Landscapes. Let us show you year round what our top of the line service looks like starting with our residential snow removal service.