Commercial Snow Removal Services

By: domenique | December 30, 2014

  1. Avoid weather related accidents that costs time and money.

Whether you are a seasonal property manager or a full-time property owner, protecting the safety of your employees and patrons are always priority. Likewise, protecting your company is just as important. Employing a winter contract for your property will not only save time and money, but it will eliminate the headache of dealing with legal matters of an avoidable slip and fall accident.

2. Receive professional results with no harm to your property.

There are many instances where properties are damaged during snow and ice removal sessions. But hiring a reliable snow removal company eliminates damages like signs being knocked over and/or concrete indentations. Professional...

By: domenique | December 06, 2014

If you’re a property manager, then you understand the urgency to winterize your commercial building to prepare for upcoming snowfalls and freezing weather temperatures. Lack of weather proofing a building can cause expensive damages. Check out some basic tips to prepare your building for a safe winter season.


  • Get prepared for snow removal by hiring a dependable snow and ice management company.

  • Inspect your roof, making sure gutters and downspouts are clean.

  • Winterize all outdoor faucets and bring in any hoses or sprinklers.

  • Make sure all vents to the outdoors are well-sealed.

  • Inspect your basement thoroughly, including mortar and heating equipment.

  • Inspect vacant units to ensure windows are sealed...

By: domenique | October 27, 2014


This winter, we are steering clear of any salty dry spells. Last years frequent snowstorms produced more ice than what salt manufacturers could yield. This resulted in insoluble frozen walkways, driveways, and steps. “No Bueno”. As a company who values property safety, we understand the importance of preventing lawsuits from slip and fall accidents. We’ve employed precautions to guarantee coverage for our clients during the entire winter season. Shopping de-icing agents early, especially when it comes to Magnesium Chloride saves time and budget loss (two important factors when managing dozens of snow removal plans). Although this particular salting agent is more expensive than rock salt, we enjoy using it for a couple of re...

By: VINCENT DOUGLASS | October 23, 2014

Philadelphia Code 10-720 Regarding Snow Removal From Sidewalks

According to Philadelphia Code (10-720),

  1. "the owner, agent, and tenants of any building or premise shall clear a path of not less than 36" in width on all sidewalks, including curb cuts, abutting the building or premises within 6 (six) hours after the snow has ceased to fall. The path shall be thoroughly cleared of snow and ice. Where the width of any pavement measured from the property line to the curb is less than 3 (three) feet, the path cleared may be only 12 inches in width. When the building in question is a multifamily dwelling the owner or his agent shall be responsible for compliance with the requirements of this section."

  2. Snow or ice rem...

By: VINCENT DOUGLASS | October 23, 2014

I am predicting a terrible winter based upon the weather Almanac and the weather patterns we have experienced this summer and fall. According to the Weather Almanac, this winter will produce heavy snowfall. Regardless, Dependable Snow Removal will be ready for whatever weather event that arrives in Philadelphia.