Keeping your property up and running smoothly is always the goal as a property owner or property manager. All too familiar with the cold, coastal winters of Maryland, we know how snow and ice can affect the accessibility of your property. Piling on for hours, nothing looks bleaker than an attempt to remove snow from a commercial property without the assistance of a professional. Gone are the days of getting up early with shovels and salt, as every hour that ticks by is lost revenue, or an unhappy tenant. Utilizing a professional snow removal company has many benefits, from the speed of service to the quality of said service. We wanted to go over all of these benefits, showing you why hiring a professional for your snow removal needs is the obvious decision.

Reduce Risk and Decrease Liability

Safety should be the top priority for everyone, every landscaping company, and it certainly is for OakLawn Landscaping. When your property is covered in snow and ice, there is unlikely to be a more hazardous time to step foot on it. Slipping and falling is a real possibility, with injury not out of the question. Additionally, if your property is not cleared, you could be held liable for injury, and end up in a lawsuit you never wanted. Getting your property cleared quickly reduces the chances of this happening to nearly zero, as your property will be cleared fast as can be.

Response Time: Readily Available

When your snow removal company has you on retainer as a client, you need to do nothing more than wake up on the morning of a snow day, knowing your property will be serviced by the time you get in. Our staff is on call when inclement weather is imminent, and the same can likely be said of other snow removal professionals. Compared to the alternative of DIY snow removal, a commercial snow removal company will have the equipment necessary to get your property cleared, and safe, in no time.

Commercial Grade Snow Removal Equipment

Whether it be a parking lot or a long walkway to the front of your building, you would be hard-pressed to find someone willing to remove snow by hand. Snowplows attached to our trucks at OakLawn Landscaping, make the job that much easier. Even bigger than you think, these plows are capable of moving significant amounts of snow at a time, and must so we can service our many snow removal clients. Lack of commercial-grade equipment is a massive safety hazard, and getting hurt, in an effort to prevent others from getting hurt, compounds the issue. Let the professionals take care of it, and sleep in, enjoying some hot chocolate as you make your way to your cleared property.

Improved Curb Appeal: Maximizing Property Usage

There is a reason you invest so much into your property, from time to capital. It is an asset that provides you income and must be operational to do so. Additionally, it must look and feel as though it is safe, up, and running. With your property being cleared by a professional in a timely manner, your property will be back to making you money. It may even make you more than expected, as it looks so much better than the competition, who are covered in snow.


Your landscaping is the first thing noticed by your visitors, friends, and customers. Let OakLawn Landscaping ensure that your first impressions are top notch and have your guests in awe before they even reach the door. Visit our website, or contact us today at (301) 854-0684 for any of your landscaping needs, commercial or residential.


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