When you are installing your driveway markers it is very important to get the spacing correct. Remember, how your snow markers look in the fall is not how they will look in the winter covered in white powder. The 3 best things to remember when marker your driveway are these:
Spacing – Driveway markers on straight away land are easy, every six to ten feet using your own discretion. Marking property on curved land is much more about paying attention than it is about distance. It is very important to put a driveway marker on any curvature of the landscape so the plow trucks know exactly where the pavement ends
Use Your Driveway Markers Wisely – Homeowners usually buy smaller amounts for a normal size property. You don’t need to line them up side by side. Space them out a little bit so you don’t run out of snow markers before you reach the end of your driveway
Give The Snow Plow Driver Room – Communicate with your snow removal contractor, let him know how you will be staking and that you will place the markers how he needs them to eliminate or reduce all property damage
Again, the placement of your driveway markers is very important, so space them accordingly and talk to the person in charge of plowing your property.