Winters on the East Coast can be unpredictable. Sometimes we’re faced with wet piles of snow, other times we’re dealing with dangerous ice storms. Either way, Mother Nature’s wild mood swings can be hard on parking lots and roadways. Thankfully, businesses can prevent the chilling snow damage by prioritizing commercial snow plowing.
What Does Snow do to Asphalt?
If not given the attention it requires, pavement can be damaged by snow and ice build-up including bigger, longer cracks, pavement crumbling, alligator cracking and potholes.
Why does this happen?
The notorious freeze-thaw cycle can be to blame. And if preventative maintenance has been ignored in the past, water will be more likely to seep its way under pavement into the sub-base. The relentless cycle of expansion/contraction that happens over and over all winter long will end up widening those smaller cracks into bigger ones. This will end up weakening pavement and lead to crumbling and dangerous potholes.
So, what’s a business-owner to do?
Prevent Winter Damage with Commercial Snow Plowing
Now that we’re faced with winter, when the big snow arrives, the best thing you can do to minimize the damage is to haul it away, the right way. Sure, you could buy a machine and attempt to DIY, but your business could risk a major liability as well as property damage. For businesses such as malls, shopping plazas, gas stations, corporate office buildings, hotels, medical buildings, grocery stores, warehouses and other commercial properties, it’s simply not worth the risk.
A professional snow plowing company understands how to preserve the pavement surface, is much less likely to damage the lot with the plow’s blade, and is experienced to complete the job safely. Controlling the snow, ice, slush and other winter weather nuisances requires constant attention, vigilance and advanced preparation. As a business owner, the last thing you want to deal with is a liability for slip-and-fall injuries among customers or employees. Clearing large amounts of snow from parking lots, driveways and sidewalks takes proper equipment and a skilled commercial snow removal operator.
East Coast Paving, Your Trusted Commercial Snow Removal Company
Hiring the right commercial snow removal company is essential. When a snowstorm hits, you need to have a dependable snow removal service who provides prompt, professional service. At East Coast Paving, we provide businesses with the essential snow and ice management throughout winter months to ensure the safety of employees, customers and property.
Whether it’s protecting your customers and employees from black ice buildup or ensuring your pavement is maintained even in the winter months, trust is East Coast Paving to deliver reliable, high-quality work on time and on budget.
Serving New Jersey, New York and Eastern Pennsylvania, the professionals at East Coast Paving have the vast experience, equipment and expertise to keep your property safe all year round. For more information about commercial snow plowing and ice removal services, please contact East Coast Paving at 732-329-3600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.