Dealing with snow is an occupational hazard of being Canadian. There is no way around it but there are different ways to treat it. Snow removal might be a necessity but it doesn’t need to be a chore. The technicians at Gorilla Property Services are ready and available to perform your Chilliwack snow removal and salting. Leave your shoveling, snow blowing and de-icing to us!
Every year, the town of Chilliwack sees 33 inches of snow, and that is just an average. Shifting climates can produce much more than that! Winter 2017 saw 80 cm of snowfall in a very short time period. On paper, it might not seem like a lot but it can be! British Columbia is known for its mild climate, so any amount of snow can come as a shock. If you are unfamiliar with treatment of snow and ice on your property, dealing with it can be a nightmare. Our Gorillas can chase those fears away with our Chilliwack snow removal and salting.
Chilliwack Snow Removal & Salting: Health & Safety First
A coating of snow across your property is not only inconvenient – it can be dangerous. It does not take much to turn your sidewalks and driveways into skating rinks. This might not be an issue for those with perfect balance but for the rest of us, it means trouble.
Having snow or ice on your property can affect your safety in more ways than one. Slips, falls, strains and sprains are all associated with snow and ice removal. By choosing outside help, you are taking the pressure off of yourself and your customers and clients. With our Gorillas in your corner, you can get back to the important things – like the daily operations of your home or business.
How We Work
Weather can be unpredictable. Waking up to warm weather and sunshine does not mean that it will not snow later on in the day. In fact, most snowfall occurs during the late night or early morning hours. It can be difficult to prepare for these patterns while you are busy sleeping. That is why our Gorillas are on call 24/7 for your Chilliwack snow removal and salting. Our Gorillas monitor incoming weather patterns and storm fronts in order to be as prepared as possible. Snowfall and dropping temperatures can never sneak up on a vigilant Gorilla.