As winter approaches, we might find ourselves feeling pretty smug about the fact that we live in the Pacific Northwest. In Vancouver and the surrounding areas, we don’t need to deal with the extreme weather that our Eastern counterparts experience every year. However, weather in unpredictable and, at the end of the day, it is still winter, so we should never count our chickens before they hatch.
Even if you live in the city, you can still experience snow during the winter and it is important that snow removal is on your radar. Not only is snow inconvenient, it is the law that you ensure it is removed from sidewalks and public walkways that are adjacent to your property.
Yet the fact of the matter is that most of us don’t have time for snow removal. It is extremely time consuming and it also requires a lot of physical strength. It is also often the case that snow fall happens when you least expect it and you have made other plans or need to be somewhere important on time, such as your workplace.
In saying this, you know how important snow removal is because it poses a huge safety hazard to everyone. If you have a family, the last thing you want is one of your children or an elderly relative slipping and injuring themselves as they make their way to your door.
Thinking about this is tedious, but it is wise to think ahead. When you consider these matters in advance, you can come up with a plan of action for when snow does eventually hit your area.
If you know you will be busy this winter, now is the time to consider professional snow removal services, like those that we provide at Dhillon Paving. We have an experienced team on hand, with the skills and equipment to efficiently remove snow from your driveway and sidewalks, in order to make the area surrounding your property a safer place for you and your family this winter.
Set up an account with us now and all you need to do is give us a call once winter hits the city. We will be ready and waiting to clear the snow that falls in your neighbourhood, so you have the time to go about your life as usual, without having to worry about breaking out your snow shovel.