If you’re a property manager responsible for keeping your facility safe during winter’s onslaught of snow and ice, peace of mind is everything.
The Outback Blog
Apartment dwellers hate snow-covered, slippery surfaces — maybe even more than the rest of us.
There’s no garage, usually, so there’s a pesky trek out to the car across a potentially slick parking lot.
They want to make it out there without taking a dangerous tumble. They want sidewalks clear of snow.
They don’t want huge piles of plowed snow eating up valuable parking space.
Do you have a plan?
You probably know how often your landscaping company mows your lawn and replaces your mulch.
But do you know how seriously they take safety?
At Outback Landscape, safety is our top concern.
"We want to make sure everybody who comes into work goes home uninjured," says Outback owner Chase Coates.
Here's how we do it.
Mother Nature has a great sense of humor.
She often decides to unload the season’s first blast of snowy, icy weather just when shoppers flood the stores for holiday shopping.
Here — have a snowy, slushy parking lot! How about ice-slicked sidewalks to make shopping even more of an adventure?
If you own or manage a retail center, you better be on top of it.
Here’s a look at the three most essential retail center snow services to keep your customers safe.
If you had to choose one winter safety issue to be concerned about on your property, it would be slippery, invisible, treacherous ice.
Ice means falls. Property damage. Traffic accidents.
When it slicks up your sidewalks, driveways, parking lots and patios, your number-one need is for it to disappear.
It takes a whole menu of ice melt products to do the job right. Here’s a look at how the crews at Outback Landscape keep surfaces safe.