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A key tenant of our snow and ice management services is preparation. It is never too early to plan, which is precisely what the team at Brian-Kyles is doing now. Improvements to our fleet and operations have been ongoing since summer. Routes are being configured even as we simultaneously schedule fall clean-up services. All existing clients who have contracted for winter services in the past have been sent renewal agreements. The earlier these agreements are returned, the sooner we can finalize preparations on your behalf.

We offer several different contract types as well as multiple payment options to cater to your specific needs and/or budget. Ensure that you, your staff and/or your tenants fully comprehend the service level inherent in your contract. Among other things, the contract is what sets the expectations, so make sure everyone with an interest is on the same page. Call the office today if you have any questions about your agreement. A brief overview of the contract types is outlined below:

A “Per-occurrence” contract means that you will pay for services as they are provided throughout the winter. Invoices are sent twice monthly at the middle and the end of each month for services rendered. This billing structure is no different than our landscape management services.

The “seasonal”, or “monthly” proposal is a fixed-rate contract in which you will receive unlimited services throughout the season. It is a nice feature for budgeting purposes. Additionally, due to its all-encompassing nature, it adds some peace of mind during a highly uncertain time of year.

So if you have not done so already, please review and execute your renewal contract and send it back to the office. Call the office with any questions. If you are considering adding winter management services this season for the first time, inquire with your Account Manager to schedule an appointment and consultation.

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