El Niño has already caused thousands to lose power in Los Angeles and Orange County and even a fatality in San Diego over the last couple weeks – have you made preparations for the rainfall yet to come?
Be sure to have your storm water management systems inspected to ensure they are up to code and ready for the torrential rainfall still ahead. Catchbasins clogged with plant material and trash can cause flooding in your parking lot or around your property. It is also important to have your trees inspected for any trimming needs to avoid potential hazards.
Call CAM Services to ensure your parking lots are in good condition – pothole repairs, cracksealing, concrete maintenance, and parking lot reconstruction goes a long way to providing a pleasant experience to your customers and to reduce liability issues resulting from deferred maintenance.
Join Us at the Staples Center to Watch the Kings!
We’re hosting guests for the Kings vs. Arizona Coyotes game in a deluxe suite at the Staples Center on Saturday, March 12 at 7:30 pm
To win (2) tickets to the game, find our advertisement in the latest of issue of California Centers and send a photo of it to email@example.com by February 29, 2016 to be automatically entered. Winner will be drawn at random.
El Niño is Here, Yet No Drought Relief in Sight!
Although the recent storms are on par with average precipitation levels for California, it brings very little drought relief and we’ll still be facing long-term drought conditions by the coming summer. In its fifth year of drought, California is a long way away from being in the clear.
With the rainy weather over the next few months, it’s a great time to install smart irrigation controllers and to get ahead of the summer heat by installing drought-tolerant plants.
Meet The New Members of Our Team!