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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…

Preventing Pipes from Freezing in Commercial Properties

Frozen pipes can burst if left unchecked, and in the cases of unoccupied properties, frozen pipes may not be immediately noticed until it is too late. Real estate managers should continue to perform maintenance tasks on their properties, especially in…

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…

Winterizing Commercial Properties

As cold weather begins to become the norm, homeowners are encouraged to winterize their homes, but real estate managers for commercial properties should take the same steps to ensure that their properties are protected as well. In addition to performing…

Slip and Falls During the Winter

Winter brings with it colder temperatures, shorter days, and the possibility of snow and ice and sometimes, slip and falls. Many cases that occur during the winter season involving slips and falls due to poor property maintenance involve businesses that do…

Snow Removal Consulting & Expert Witnesses

Snow Removal Consulting Snow removal consulting is a field with few practitioners because it can be a very complex area because of different standards and statutes in many areas. Knowledge about snow removal techniques, equipment, and responsibilities are critical when examining…

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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