Atlas Paving - winter maintenance

By: Atlas Paving  09-12-2011
Keywords: Plowing

Snow plowing, Snow removal, Salting…

Winter maintenance is an important part of the service package that we offer to our customers for over 47 years. We service:

Commercial Properties
Industrial Properties
Residential Properties

Snow & Ice Management involves the timely removal and control of accumulated snow through plowing, shovelling and de-icing services. Atlas Paving has a wide assortment of snow equipment to cope efficiently with every winter storm.

Plowing Services

• Trucks with heavy-duty snowplows
• Trucks with light-duty snowplows
• Large tracks with mounted snowplows
• Tandem and Triaxle for snow removal/hauling
• Loaders
• Bobcats
• Backhoes

Salting Services

• Bulk Salt Storage
• Bulk Salt Spreaders
• Calcium Chloride for sidewalks

Shovelling Services

• Skid Steer loader
• ATV with Plow

All jobsites are monitored 24hours a day for any signs of snowy or icy conditions and steps are taken as needed to help reduce client liability. Snowplowing is done after a snowfall of 2 inches or over on an automatic clearing basis. Snow will be cleared by 9 a.m. providing it has stopped snowing by 4 a.m. The end result is a safe environment for traffic and pedestrians.
Salt and other ice malting products can be included in your service price or billed separately if requested. We also provide on site salt supply containers for commercial and industrial properties.

We are always on call during snow events and can be reached either direct by phone or thru radio dispatch.

Work done by Atlas is handled promptly and reliably. You can count on 47 years of professional service. Please contact us for a free quotation.

Keywords: Plowing

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Atlas Paving - snow hints

If you're out on the highway, keep a safe distance (two car lengths for every 10 MPH you're traveling) between you and the snow plow to protect your car from chemicals and abrasives. If you must shovel before a plow has come, always shovel to the right, facing the street. When snow is forecasted, don't park on your street or at the end of cul-de-sacs. Less snow will be pushed back into your driveway by plows. A heavy plow cannot stop quickly.