With the cold months approaching, it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to deal with the repercussions of inclement weather. Not only to keep your employees and customers safe but to ensure your business represents what you want to portray.
While safety is the number one priority when it comes to winter weather, it’s also important to put your best foot forward to attract customers and maintain a valuable reputation. The outside of your business is a distinct representation of how your company does business on the inside. With over 25 years of experience, HTA Companies provides services that can help your business stay in tip-top shape during the cold months.
HTA is Lansing’s largest snow service company. The HTA works for you to keep your business safe and clear for every customer or employee that may visit. The HTA snow and ice management services include parking lot clearing and salting, sidewalk clearing and salting, and snow haul-off. Some of our parking lot maintenance includes paving, bumper block installation, concrete removal and replacement, layout and sign replacement, power washing, street and parking lot sweeping, and more.
Keeping your parking lot and walking areas clear of snow and ice speaks volumes about the character of your business. It shows an inviting, open environment for all visitors. Plus, it creates less of a mess inside as people won’t be dragging in slush and dirt from the parking lot. Businesses who fail to maintain their property in the winter look abandoned and unorganized- that is the last thing you want.
Not only does snow maintenance keep your business looking professional and inviting, but it also will help you to protect your investment. Showing you care to your customers is one thing, but actually taking the precautions in order to maintain the longevity of your business will carry over into your work ethic.
Conquering the winter weather is crucial in order to keep your business thriving, and with HTA Companies it has never been easier. Get in touch with us today to start preparing for the cold months ahead.