Maintain a Professional Appearance
Providing Clean Trucks and Well Mannered Crews at Your Property
In our neighborhood, there is a man who drives around in a beat-up pickup truck taking discarded metal from homeowners’ trash bins in order to cash in at the scrap yard. He’s making a few bucks while recycling. A win-win. But here’s the catch: he operates at night.
Most property owners and managers, especially those like you who are interested in maximizing the value of their properties, want to maintain a professional appearance at all times — and that includes the vehicles, equipment, and workers performing services at your sites.
Not that you should expect your tree care crew to arrive in a limo wearing three-piece suits, but you should expect them to be a positive reflection of your image — especially when working in public sites where they’re visible to the community. Conveying trust and professionalism is critical.
Key questions to ask:
- How often do you invest in new equipment?
- What’s the average age of your fleet?
- How often do you perform preventative maintenance? Is there a formalized schedule?
- What type of personal protective equipment is required? (Think: safety glasses, vests, hard hats, chaps, gloves)