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Choosing the Right Winter Maintenance Company

George Armstrong
Publication date:
November 21, 2022
Article Summary: 

Choosing the right winter maintenance company for condominium associations in Toronto is crucial to ensure the safety and accessibility of properties during the winter season. The article emphasizes the importance of conducting thorough research and due diligence before signing a snow removal contract. It provides guidelines and questions to ask potential contractors, covering various aspects such as service requirements, insurance coverage, contract details, employee qualifications, equipment, and pricing. Key considerations include ensuring the contractor's ability to handle the unique needs of the property, verifying adequate liability insurance and WSIB coverage, having a well-defined and comprehensive contract, comparing parameters of service, checking the company's equipment and resources, and understanding the level of expertise and preparedness in handling snow and ice emergencies. The article emphasizes that while cost is a factor, the focus should be on value and reliability to avoid potential risks and issues during the winter season. Proper winter maintenance requires a dedicated and well-equipped contractor with the expertise to provide safe and efficient service for the property.


Winter maintenance, snow removal, condominium associations, Toronto, due diligence, liability insurance, WSIB coverage, contract details, equipment, pricing, service requirements, employee qualifications, safety, accessibility, guidelines, value, reliability, snow and ice emergencies.

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George Armstrong
Choosing the Right Winter Maintenance Company
November 21, 2022
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