safety is priority:

Our employees are well trained in proper safety methods. From Certified ANSI/ISEA 107 CLASS 3 high-visibility uniforms, to warning lights, backup cameras and constant communication with team members, we’ve taken all the steps necessary to ensure all work on your property is done safely and efficiently.

responsibility:

Prior to commencing work, all TEAM members are provided satellite images of your property with a map key that marks important features:

Fire hydrants

 Handicap spots

 Locations to stockpile snow

 Plow routes

 Areas with previous recorded damage or attention needs

 Trash dumpster locations

innovation & transparency:

All of our trucks and equipment are outfitted with a GPS tracking system which provides a constant stream of real-time data to our operations team.

To round out our set of cutting-edge tools, we implement a cloud based portal called SiteFotos.

Endorsed by:

snap

All photos taken by the TEAM are instantly uploaded to the cloud in real time where Clients are able to access them 24/7.

 tag

All photos are geo-tagged to the exact location on your property.

 report

All photos are date, time, and weather stamped before being archived.

 client portal

Clients have full access to the cloud, with the ability to monitor work in real-time as well as viewing archived work.

materials:

At Outdoor Digs, we are always on the hunt for safer environmental solutions to implement for our customers. The use of rock salt has a negative impact on our water tables. At Outdoor Digs our Team uses better blended, eco-friendly applications that are more effective at melting snow and ice than traditional rock salt. This is all done with less material for a better result and minimal environment impact.

Cities are starting to put beet juice, beer waste, and pickle brine on icy winter roads to cut down on salt

Jeremy Berke Jan. 30, 2018, 3:53 PM

  • More than 20 million tons of salt are dumped on icy roads each year in the US.
  • Salt is bad for the environment — when the snow melts, it washes the salt into rivers and lakes, destroying freshwater habitats.
  • Some cities are experimenting with adding organic materials like beet juice and pickle brine to road salt.

versatility & equipment

we look forward to adding you to our growing list of premium Clients

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