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Freeze, Freeze & Refreeze

re·freeze ˌrēˈfrēz/ verb 1. make or become frozen again. This image is from an actual property situation used with permission that other building owners and property managers need to be watching for at thier commercial properties. The picture is showing…

Snow Removal Accident Experts vs. Mother Nature

Unfortunately, Snow Accidents Happen Sometimes, snow removal accidents happen and sometimes, you need some help when it comes to these types of accidents that occur on your property. A snow removal accident expert has likely seen a lot of scenarios…

The Dangers of Black Ice

Black ice is a common term that is used to describe a condition of a light ice coating on the surface of a road or sidewalk. Black ice is highly hazardous because it is nearly invisible. It is very slick…

Safety Warning Signs for Icy Conditions

Below are a couple examples of Safety Warning Signs you can buy on Amazon (click on Sign below to go to Amazon and buy) that will help property managers in warning people on site about icy conditions. Clarion published this report that…

Accident Prevention for Commercial Properties

Accident Prevention for Commercial Properties As the temperature drops outside and snow, freezing rain, and ice becomes commonplace, it is imperative that precautions are taken to ensure the safety of every person who comes and goes from a property. Any…

Why Hire a Snow Removal Company?

Maintaining a property can be a lot of work in the winter months, but there are some real estate property managers who prefer to take on the task of snow and ice removal themselves. Companies that offer snow and ice removal services…

Snow Removal Safety Strategy

A Good Plan Can Save Property Owners from Liability and Lawsuits Most people don’t think about safety until an accident happens. That’s unwise. Ben Franklin said “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” and never is that…

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