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Why Commercial Snow Removal Services are Worth It

Commercial Snow Removal Services

If you own a business in the Independence, MO or greater Kansas City metro area, you understand how imperative it is to keep your customers safe. This is especially true when your customers have to journey from the parking lot to get to your business entrance through the harsh winter snow and ice. Your responsibility as a business owner is to make sure that your customers can arrive at your business safely. Sometimes, you as an owner do not have time to shovel the snow from sidewalks and parking lots yourself. That is where Next Level Lawn and Landscape comes in.

Sidewalks & Walkways

If your business has its own sidewalk – you need snow removal services. Next Level Lawn and Landscape will make sure that your walkways are scooped, and customers are not trudging through inches of snow, risking a fall. We will also put down ice melt, so when the temperature drops at night, the water does not freeze.

Driveways & Parkways

If you have a driveway or a drive-thru that leads to your business, you will want that cleared as well. Even though customers will be driving at slower speeds in a driveway, sliding on ice is still a possibility.

Parking Lots or Car Lots

If your parking lot is lined, you will want to be sure that your guests can see the lines for each parking spot, so they know where to park. If you do not clear your car lot, you could lose parking spots for your customers, as drivers tend to park further away from cars than necessary when the lines are not visible.

One thing we know for sure is that when winter comes, there will always be snow. If you own a business, it is good to stay on top of the snow and hire snow removal services and make sure your customers are safe. Call Next Level Lawn and Landscape at (816) 447-0229 to find out more about our commercial snow removal services today.


Posted on: Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Last modified on: Tuesday, January 23, 2018

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