The Outback Blog

When the snow starts piling up on your commercial property and Olympic ice skaters could train in your parking lot, you need that frozen stuff gone.

But there are different ways to get there.

You can pay a snow removal contractor “per push,” paying each time they plow your property through the winter months.

Or you can opt for a seasonal contract. Pay one fixed price to have your property plowed for the season, no matter how many — or few — times it snows.

Which method is best for you? It depends.

Here’s a look at both snow removal options.

We all love having GPS when we’re on the road. It’s safe to say we’d be lost without it.

Does your snow removal contractor have GPS tracking for snow plows, trucks and loaders?

They should.

GPS tracking and monitoring gives real-time data to snowplow drivers and the managers who manage them. This data helps them operate more quickly, safely and efficiently, but there’s more.

If someone is injured and says they slipped on the ice on your property, can you prove you had a snow and ice removal company clear your lot and walkways?

If your contractor uses GPS tracking, they have proof of exactly when and were they were on your property. And that GPS reporting is admissible in court.

Let’s take a look at how GPS tracking for snowplows benefits you, the customer.

Free Download: Pre-Snow Season To-Do List

Everybody loves saving money. So when you’re comparing commercial snow and ice removal companies, it’s tempting to choose the cheapest one.

But a lot of factors are involved when it comes to commercial snow removal pricing.

What’s included in the services? Deicing? Plowing parking lots? Hauling snow? Clearing sidewalks? Applying a pre-wetting agent?

Then there’s snow removal insurance coverage and workers’ compensation. And the cost of top quality equipment.

Let’s take a look at the average cost of commercial snow removal in Idaho Falls — and what factors go into that pricing.

Free Download: Pre-Snow Season To-Do List

If you haven’t secured a snow removal contractor in Idaho Falls for your commercial property, you better move fast.

The best snow removal services book up quickly. And the snowflakes will be flying before you know it.

As a commercial property owner, you know how crucial it is to keep your property free of snow and ice. You need to safely open your business on time, even after a storm.

You want skilled, trained and prompt crews to keep your walks and lots safe, no matter what winter dishes out.

Here’s a look at five of the best commercial snow removal services in Idaho Falls.

Free Download: Pre-Snow Season To-Do List