Commercial Snow Removal: Time to Connect with Cincinnati Professionals
Winter Weather is Already Here. And Temperatures Are Dropping Soon.
In the first half of November, we’ve already seen snow showers with brief accumulation. Luckily, temperatures have risen just enough to keep slippery situations mostly at bay for parking lots, driveways and sidewalks. At Paramount Lawn + Landscape, we haven’t needed to treat any of our commercial snow removal clients. But our luck is about to run out. The Farmer’s Almanac predicts colder and snowier weather than normal for the Cincinnati area this winter.
It looks like businesses need to be especially prepared for snow and ice removal early in the season, along with intense January precipitation.
Paramount: Cincinnati’s Commercial Snow Removal Experts
Over the years, we’ve honed our commercial snow plowing process to precision. Our fleet and our team are always ready when winter weather threatens to hurt your business. Because time is the #1 factor in eliminating snow and ice before it has a chance to bind to the pavement, we don’t call before we jump into action. We have a partnership with our clients, and they trust us to treat when we need to. Part of the Paramount appeal is worry-free, ice-free, snow-free pavements.
The Paramount Commercial Snow Removal Process
We interviewed Paramount CEO and commercial snow removal expert Joe Tekulve about the intricacies of snow plowing:
“Every snow storm is different and needs to be dealt with on case-by-case basis. We salt when it needs it, and plow when it needs it. We make the call for our clients, because if you wait an hour or more in the middle of the night, precipitation will accumulate and temperatures will fall. Then, you’ll need exponentially more salt, and driveways and parking lots won’t be safe by the morning. There’s a science behind snow and ice removal, and we stay on top of it.”
Here are the steps we follow to keep snow and ice away from your driveways, parking lots and pathways:
- 24/7 active monitoring during the winter
- Proactively pre-salting if ice is in the forecast
- Active salting in icy conditions, to prevent ice from binding to pavement
- In below-10-degree temperatures, ramping up salt use
- Starting our plow routes at soon as there’s snow accumulation
Find Your Cincinnati Commercial Snow Removal Partner Soon
Based on the season’s forecast, commercial snow removal services are going to be in high demand in Cincinnati. If you get set up with a provider now, you’ll be on their schedule when it counts. But if you wait until your driveway is under a couple inches of snow, it might be hard to get someone out right away. We just hate seeing businesses have to close due to unsafe conditions, especially when we have the capacity to plow so much snow.