How to Hire the Best Snow Removal Service in MD & Washington DC

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This time of the year, you probably don’t have winter on the mind. But with it barely being behind us, it’s a great time to reflect on how your snow removal services went while it’s fresh in your mind. If you own a business in Washington DC or Maryland, snow removal can have a big impact on your success 4-6 months out of the year. So now is a good time to review how to hire the best commercial snow removal services so you are ready for next year…

Removing large amounts of snow, to keep your business open, is a daunting task. After a significant snowfall, many businesses scramble and go into panic mode. They quickly find hiring the guy with a pickup truck and a snow plow attachment was a bad idea.

Why Hire a Professional Snow Removal Service?

  • Snow removal professionals have the experience & equipment to get the job done right.
  • You won’t need to lose employees to time spent on snow removal.
  • And you won’t lose them to snow and ice related injuries either!
  • Professional snow removal lowers your risk of slip and fall lawsuits.
  • You won’t need to worry about your business closing due to snow covered parking lots and walkways.
  • Ultimately, using the best commercial snow removal service ensures your customers and employees are safe and happy… and you are open for business every day!

How to Hire the Best Commercial Snow Removal Service?

Finding a snow removal service may seem like the easiest thing in the world. You can just go to the internet and search snow removal. Right? You may find yourself disappointed if you are not educated on what to look for, and what questions to ask.

  1. Estimates — You will want to get multiple estimates, but look closely. The lowest price is not always the best value. Has the commercial snow removal service completed a full property assessment? Does the estimate address your specific needs?
  2. Insurance — Who is responsible if the grounds suffer damage? Will the commercial snow removal service make repairs? Find out the type of insurance the contractor provides.
  3. Contract — Don’t accept a wink and a handshake. Insist on a written contract that includes details from a full property assessment, and insure they address all your needs in writing. What are they including, and what will cost extra?
  4. Terms — Are you paying per snow removal or per season? Are you expected to pay the full contract amount upfront, or can you split payments over the season?
  5. Scams — Even when a company looks legitimate, there is a risk. Ask for references. If a company is unable or unwilling to answer all your questions, this is a reason to worry.

Contact us at Rasevic Companies today for more information, or to discuss your commercial snow removal project.

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