Preparing for Winter Snow Removal

While no one wants to have to start thinking about winter this early in the fall, when the leaves have barely started to change colour, you can rest assured that the team at Nu Image is already preparing for the first snowfall.

At Nu Image, we make it a priority to check our snow removal equipment early in the fall season. We will also start stockpiling salt, draft schedules and routes for our snow removal teams, and begin the process of hiring staff, so we’ll be ready to meet your winter care needs.

This Winter’s Forecast

Climate change has made it increasingly difficult to anticipate the kind of winter that we’ll see each year, but we’re doing our best to plan for worst-case scenarios — so that our team is ready for anything!

The current forecast is showing fewer snow events, but a higher snow accumulation and more freeze/thaw cycles. This is likely to lead to a very icy winter for Ontarians, which will be a sure recipe for frequent slips and falls, and other injuries. As a commercial property owner, you need to be prepared to reduce your liability risks.

How Winter Care Can Help

A winter care contract with Nu Image can help reduce some of the worry associated with an extra icy winter.

At Nu Image, we provide secure access to salt for the entire season, a 24-hour monitoring service & availability, and call-back services. Our staff is trained to deal with extreme weather conditions and we have a winter fleet that can handle any amount of snow or ice and service properties both large and small. We also have an after-hours dispatcher and local contractors for a faster response.

For the time being, we encourage you to enjoy the last of fall and summer. Roast one more marshmallow, have one last swim in the lake, pick that final tomato from the vine, and savour the final warm days.

When you’re ready to think about winter, contact the team at Nu Image here.

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