Snow Removal Blog
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Here, we will discuss another important factor when building out your SOW. This part falls outside of the service delivery requirements and into Program Management. However, one of the more critical pieces of a consolidated program is the field support your awarded supplier will provide.
We believe that there can be a healthy balance between cost, brand, and exposure to liability that will allow you to achieve your goals while still controlling your budget.
With nearly 30 years of delivering snow removal to national multi-site portfolios, one change that our industry experts have seen progress over time is service validation and the methods used to assist in the validation process.
Deicing is the item that many clients feel most negatively impacts their budgets, and they struggle year after year to level-set and manage the costs. he good news: if you choose a seasonal format as a pricing model, you could tell your providers to deice away with no worry to your bottom line.
There are four traditional snow removal pricing models: Per Push, Event, Seasonal, and Time & Materials. There are key differences between each model, and it’s important to understand how each pricing model works to understand which one best fits your needs.
When creating a scope of work for snow removal at your properties, it’s important to identify a service trigger that aligns with the level of service you expect. A service trigger should clearly define the amount of snow and ice accumulation that will prompt your service partners to automatically dispatch local plowing and salting services during a winter weather event.