When moving in here, my intentions were to stay for 4 years. The high school is right down the street and my son has 4 years left. Work is a mile away. Couldn't be better, right? Wrong. Storm number 2...And who can't get their son to school (2 days after a storm)? Who can't get to work? WE CAN'T! Whomever plows makes a swipe, PLOW WIDTH ONLY, down the driveway. And when he gets to the bottom he doesn't plow the empty parking spots so you have 2 feet of snow to your left and right, and about 4 feet in the front. Who plows and doesn't know how to back scrape? When questioned, he's afraid to do anything because, "I'll have to pay for any damages". Well, that's a confident/secure employee.
I walk down my driveway with no lights. Although, Rich was great showing me the place and was extremely kind. He can't even get a word in edge-wise. He, himself, put the work order in 3 weeks ago... Yep, I still may slide down my driveway that I cannot see trying to get to my car because I can't see the patch of ice at 6 in the morning to go to work to pay the rent. (By the way, which has no salt, no sand, and no room for my car to go up anyways.) I've purchased everything... Salt, sand... and yes, I've called a company to come plow & sand the driveway so I could go to work. Thank God there was no school. My son was able to stay home and continue shoveling us out.