Everything they need to know about subs

Everything they need to know about subs

Many property managers and owners don’t understand why the industry relies on subcontractors. Here are answers to common questions that will calm customer fears.

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August 21, 2018
Jerry Schill
Client Relations & Customer Service Operations
While we’re in the middle of the dog days of summer, it’s a sound business practice in the snow and ice management industry to begin preparing for the upcoming winter. Part of this preparation involves partnering with other great area companies to make sure we have the equipment and labor force to tackle winter the right way.

Every year, we incorporate subcontractors into our team to bolster our snow fighting numbers and to allow us to work with a wide variety of equipment. While this practice is common throughout the snow removal industry, many property managers and owners don’t understand why we use subcontractors. In fact, they are fearful their level of service will be affected when we bring in additional outside partners.

So, we’ve developed educational points to address these misconceptions about snow and ice subcontractors with our clients.

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