Snow removal is serious business at Rye Beach Landscaping. We provide snow and ice management services for the state of New Hampshire. If you’re out on the roads during a snowstorm (you shouldn’t be), you have probably seen our trucks on interstate 95 from Seabrook to Portsmouth or state highway routes 108 and 33 in Newfields, Stratham and Exeter.
In addition to municipal plowing services, we also have an extensive commercial customer base of retail stores, restaurants, and condo associations that depend on us to keep their parking lots clear and safe.
All tooled up. You may be wondering how a local landscaping company can manage all of these clients effectively during a nor’easter. The answer is we have tooled up our snow removal division with state-of-the-art equipment. Our plow trucks have expandable plows that collect more snow in one pass than standard plows. In condo associations, where space is limited, we use a rear-mounted inverted snow blower for unmatched speed and efficiency. The inverted snow blower can throw snow as far as 30 feet with pinpoint accuracy. It is an industrial grade piece of equipment that has literally zero downtime.
24-hour operation center. Some people think we hibernate during the winter. Not so! Our business is open full-time, year-round. At Rye Beach Landscaping, we sometimes work more hours in the winter than other times of the year. During snowstorms, our operation center is open around-the-clock – loading salt sand, repairing and dispatching equipment until all snow is removed and our clients’ parking lots are cleared and wet. In an active snow year, we are working even when it is not snowing – applying salt sand to mitigate freezing or hauling away snow piles for clear visibility.
Certified Snow Professional. Rye Beach Landscaping is a member in good standing of the Snow and Ice Management Association. Bennett Holmes is a Certified Snow Professional. The certification process at SIMA involves training and testing in five major areas: legal, marketing, human resources, snow and ice science, and operations. Bennett also has been trained by the state of New Hampshire in salt reduction techniques for parking lots and private roads. This is a New Hampshire-specific program that provides training on salt reduction techniques by reading storm conditions and proper equipment calibration.
What does this mean for you as our client? When you hire Rye Beach Landscaping for your snow and ice management services, you get the best liability protections available in the industry. Although New Hampshire winters can be unpredictable, there’s very little that takes us by surprise. Saving a little money on a commercial snowplowing contract by not hiring a CSP can cost a lot more money in the long run!