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Tis the season… for ice and snow. Whether you are responsible for an office tower, a shopping mall or your own home, property owners can take measures to prevent damage and injury. We thought we would repost these tips originally published last season in The Real Estate Industry News.
In April 2014, heavy rains, melting snow and ice jams in Atlantic Canada forced river waters to rise, submerging roads, filling basements and prompting hundreds to be evacuated from their homes and businesses. One large local retailer with 50,000 square feet of floor space was left to cope with a foot of water and a Grand opening only days away.
Property owners have seen a lot of flooding these last few months, but with fast action most damage can be repaired and heavy losses avoided.
Canadians have seen a wild and record setting summer, weather-wise. Commercial properties that were prepared fared much better in these circumstances than those that didn’t.
Watch the story of the Medicine Hat Arena being restored for the 2013 season, as it appeared on WHL on Shaw September 19th.