When you choose an ice and snow management contractor, you can specify the exact level of service you need for each site. For example, one site might require safe sidewalks by 8 AM, while another might need parking lots and delivery ramps cleared by 6 AM. At Executive Snow Control, we review the complex needs of each site, including high priority areas, accessibility, property boundaries, architectural features affecting ice and snow removal, and environmental sustainability concerns. We have several pricing models to suit varying customer needs and budgets.
The individualized answer to this question is part of our customized pre-season planning. In general, we arrive a couple of hours before the storm to implement preventative measures that create a barrier between the ice and the ground surface. During most storms, our staff is out there plowing, hauling and melting snow. Furthermore, as conditions change, we also make routine visits to ensure as little weather impact as possible on your business.
No. Instead, we train and rely on 250 full-time and seasonal employees for the expertise necessary to keep businesses and retail establishments running, despite inclement weather.
No. Our only business is ice and snow control, so deicers are part of a detailed, customized pre-season plan for each client.