Tag: Snow Removal
While there are many ways to keep property clear of snow and ice with melting products, solutions like salt and certain types of ice melt can have negative environmental impact.
As Winter Storm Kenan gets set to pummel the East Coast, Legacy Roofing Services offers facility managers eight tips for minimizing winter roofing problems.
A full-service facility maintenance company, Evercor received its second consecutive Best Places to Work in Snow & Ice Award from the Snow & Ice Management Association.
The Hilltip IceStriker 1200-4200AM is a 12V and 24V electric sand and salt spreader for trucks from 1/2 ton up to 15000 lbs GVWR.
The Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA) released SIMA-10-2020 Standard Practice for Procuring and Planning Snow & Ice Management Services.
This provider of engineered fabric structures designed a new tensioned roof fabric storage facility at the Sanford/Seacoast Regional Airport in Maine.
Improved communication with service providers for this winter maintenance task can support best practices, including those related to sustainability.
The Bullen Companies’ WINTERINSE and Liquid Ice Melt are winter weather solutions. One removes film on floors and carpet from ice melt chemicals while the other is fast acting for the easy removal of ice and snow.
Winter’s not far off: Start planning for purchasing snow and ice management services now with SIMA’s free guide.
Snow accumulation and even heavy rains set the stage for potential roof collapse. Here are four actions to take that will minimize this threat to people and property.
The AX EZ-Launch EFI is a snow blower engine designed for the Ariens line of Sno-Thro products.
This guide will help you prepare your facilities’ facades, roofs, plazas, and parking garages for the intense storm systems predicted for this winter.
Where ice-melting chemicals are needed, Green Seal recommends using potassium chloride- or magnesium chloride-based products rather than sodium chloride or calcium chloride.
One facility management professional is looking for advice on the most cost effective way to handle snow removal.