When it comes to comprehensive commercial snow removal, it is of foremost importance to make sure all the areas that your employees or customers may need to use are safe and clear from snow. This includes snow and ice on sidewalks, entryways, and pathways.
Our services for your commercial facility include extensive sidewalk snow removal planning and execution. We know how much you value the safety and experience of your staff and visitors, and while some other snow removal companies may overlook or dislike attending to snow on sidewalks and entryways, we make it a focus of ours at Earth Development Inc. Managing the snowfall on pedestrian pathways takes coordination and hard work.
With our extensive staff, we can easily and effectively service your sidewalks and entryways non-stop to make sure the state of your walkways gives off a great impression to any and all visitors to your site. If you require a more basic approach, we can provide that as well. Our team will come up with the ideal plan to help you manage all your commercial snow removal needs.
There’s no need to deal with the headache of shoveling snow from your sidewalks and entryways. Call us at (920) 406-7501 and our team experts will be ready to help you with your sidewalk snow removal needs. Our staff is well-equipped to help you at any time, even in serious storm conditions, even when demand is high for sidewalk and entryway snow removal. We’re dedicated to helping you keep your visitors safe and happy. Call us now and we can help you plan for the upcoming snow removal season!
Sidewalks and entryways see the most concentrated pedestrian traffic at your business, even during the winter months. Keeping your pedestrian pathways free from snow gives off a positive impression about the care you put into your business. Moreover, children, older adults, and individuals with disabilities face serious mobility challenges in the winter months. Keeping your pathways effectively snow-free with sidewalk snow removal helps to prevent accidents and other safety concerns for visitors of all ages and abilities.
Each municipality has its own rules in place, so make sure to check with the snow removal regulations in your area. Typically, you must shovel snow as soon as possible after it falls, and you must clear a path at least 5 feet wide on all of the sidewalks adjacent to your property, avoiding shoveling snow into the right of way. This includes transit stops and bus pads, parking spaces, bike lanes and racks, and any other area which would impede traffic of any kind.
Yes, you can receive a citation for failing to shovel snow on your sidewalks, with fees typically ranging from $50 to $500. Usually the amount of the fine is assessed on a per-case basis and determined by a judge.