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Keep Your Driveways, Sidewalks, and Parking Lots Clear

Keep your sidewalks and walkways free of ice and snow. After all the snow we received, it is important to keep sidewalks, driveways, and parking lots maintained.

Snow removal involves removing snow and ice to make your walkways and driveways safer to use. If you are reasonably fit and do not suffer any risk of heart attack then you can do this task yourself, but if you are not used to heavy labor or are approaching your senior years then it is probably better to call in a snow plowing and snow removal company to do snow removal for you.  Make sure your car can get into the garage, your steps are clear of ice and your mail can be delivered.

Remember to Shovel Your Sidewalks

  • You are as responsible for clearing ice on your sidewalk as well as snow. Ice can be more dangerous and intimidating than snow.
  • The sooner and more completely you shovel, the less likely ice will form.
  • If you are away, it is still your responsibility to ensure that someone clears sidewalks next to your property. Arrange to have your driveway plowed and your sidewalks shoveled ahead of time while you are on vacation.
  • Shovel around your garbage carts and recycling bins. If you don’t, the City will do it for you and charge a fee.

Keep Lawn Care Company In Mind For All Your Snow & Ice Control Needs This Week!!! :)

As part of our normal services we help reduce YOUR risks by reducing slip and fall injuries potential on your property, before, during, and after inclement weather.

Here are a few statistics to think about your facilities safety in regards to slip and falls that you need to consider:

90% of walkway injuries happen with less than 1 inch of snow

 Proper sidewalk service reduces liability and lowers insurance rates

“Slip and fall injuries are the third largest cause of workplace injuries.”
– Bureau of Labor Statistics

“Average cost to defend against a slip-and-fall lawsuit is $50,000 and the average judgment awarded in cases that go to trial is $100,000” –National Floor Safety Institute

“Slip and falls account for 16% to 20% of all workers’ compensation costs.”
– Bureau of Labor Statistics

“Slip and falls are the single largest cause of emergency room visits.”
– National Safety Council