In order to drop material from a truck a minimum clearance of 20’ is necessary to stay safe from power lines, tree branches and/or any other overhead obstacles. The delivery driver has to right to refuse any delivery he/she deems to be unsafe for the operator, equipment and/or the property. If the driver deems the first site unsafe, the driver will assess the property to see if there is a better location for the dump. In the unfortunate event our driver couldn’t safely deliver your materials you will be charged a delivery fee based on our delivery fee scale. Other arrangements for the dump location and product delivery will need to be made by Crossroads Property Services. *Future delivery charges will apply.
Our trucks are prohibited from driving on undeveloped or unimproved surfaces, over curbs or on sidewalks. This is to prevent damage of property for both client and business. If the customer does request and directs any truck or trailer owned by Crossroads Property Services to dump in a location other than paved or aggregate covered surface, the client must sign a waiver stating Crossroads Property Services is not responsible for direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages that could occur from the truck, trailer, or delivery of material before the dump can be made. If a delivery driver has proper signatures and has been instructed to dump in a location that has not been deemed an improved surface and becomes stuck. The client will be held responsible for the full cost of the tow and a charge of $65 per hour from the time the truck got stuck until the truck is removed from the site.