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Canadian companies are more aware than ever of the dangers associated with climate change, and the risks associated with not making emergency preparations. Forward-thinking organizations are making plans to restore resources and operations when disaster occurs, and integrating the human element into the equation. Dave Demos, Chief Executive Officer, Bill Fender, Senior Vice President, Commercial Property Portfolios, and Bill Short II, Executive Vice President, Large Loss North America, spoke to Canadian Property Management about their observations and insights on what clients have done, and are doing, with their disaster planning.
In recent years, we’ve experienced severe ice and snowstorms, deep freezes, and very high winds. Harsh winter weather can cause immediate damage to buildings. The constant buffeting of wind, build-up of snow, and thaw-freeze cycles can also create issues if left unchecked.
As a commercial property owner, property manager or homeowner, the best strategy is to take preventive measures. Follow these five tips to help protect your building from winter storms.