Landscape and Snow Worries
LID Landscapes has a unique set of proven processes to assure that we are fully informed and prepared to provide the specific snow removal services your employees, clients, and property require.
These processes result in us being more than just your snow partner; we’ll also become your information partner. Keep reading to learn more about how our approach sets us apart as it relates to Boulder, Colorado snow removal.
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The Meeting and proposal
what to expect
We want you to understand exactly what services LID proposes to perform so you can make an informed decision. We will:
- Meet with you on site to identify your needs
- Measure and document every inch of your property
- Prepare and present a proposal for your evaluation and acceptance
Some of the key things to consider when preparing to meet with us are:
- At what accumulation level of snow do you want your site to be serviced?
- Do you want ice mitigation services for the walks and/or lots on your property?
- Are there specific locations you would like the snow to be piled?
- Do the public/city walks need to be cleared around your property?
- Any other special requests or concerns you may have for your property
Our standard contracts run from October through May and are billed per occurrence. We understand the Colorado climate can be less than predictable and don’t want you to have to pay a bill if no snow occurs that month.
We also offer the option to sign up for our services for 3 years, locking in the price for the second year and helping you to save some money as well as the hassle of finding a new provider every year.
preparation & procedures
Once you’ve chosen LID Landscapes, we will prepare our Associates and procedures in accordance with the parameters of your contract. We will:
- Train our drivers on safety and performance issues specific to your site
- Place site-specific notes and aerial images in each driver’s route book
- Send you a weekly report from the National Weather Service to keep you in the loop of what we’re expecting for the week ahead
Keeping you informed
During the period of 12-24 hours before a storm arrives in the Boulder area, we are monitoring reports from multiple sources.
Based upon these reports, we issue an email to our clients informing them of the forecast and our plan for deployment.
Predicting and Preparing for inclement weather
When the forecast calls for snow, we’ll be ready as soon as it accumulates to the trigger agreed upon in your contract. You’ll get an email alert once we’ve begun snow removal on your property.
Throughout the storm, Area Managers will check in with your assigned crews to ensure the timely completion of your property’s snow removal.
After our drivers have been dispatched and have completed your customized services, we’ll inspect your site to ensure our performance met the quality standards you were promised.
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Giving you the final details
Shortly after the winter storm has ended, we’ll send you accumulation totals for your property. If the weather demands it, we will notify you and redeploy our crews overnight to prevent any freezing that may occur from daytime melting or snow drifts.
For your convenience, we’ll have final billing details ready within 48–72 hours.
For additional details, go to Our Services.
we can weather the storm
we're prepared for everything
LID Landscapes is an industry-leading commercial snow and landscape service provider, and our process proves why.
Using route density to our advantage, we can be deployed to your site quickly and efficiently. We also incorporate all of the seasonal changes and other commercial maintenance challenges of the Boulder, Colorado area into our annual planning so we’re prepared to handle anything that comes our way.
It’s never too early to prepare for snow season
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