You are a facility manager at a place of business (it could be a school, a manufacturer, or a hospital). It’s about to snow and you wonder again, “Why didn’t I outsource this to someone more qualified?”.
As a property manager of a commercial building, or multiple buildings, you have the heavy burden of selecting a snow removal contractor. Your responsibility is to stay within budget but ensure the property will be serviced to your, or your tenant’s, specifications.
What does our sales and estimating team do when we receive a request for a snow removal bid? We ask questions. And then we ask more questions.Not only does this allow us to create a competitive bid, it benefits you, the Facilities Manager, to be assured you’re receiving a quote on the services you require…at a cost-effective price.
As a Property Manager, you have a big responsibility when it comes to selecting and contracting with a snow removal company for your commercial property.
While the rest of us are eating ice cream and cranking up the AC, snow contractors are focusing on a different kind of "cool": they're preparing for the upcoming snow season.
Hiring good contractors is often an uphill battle for any Facility Manager. Knowing what to look for in advance when hiring lawn and snow contractors can save time and money.
It's summertime. The grass is green, the flowers are in bloom, and people are eating lunch on the patio at your office. Soon the leaves will start changing color, the days will get shorter, and the nights get cooler. We all know what comes next - frost covered windshields, below freezing temps, snow and ice.