Private Property Impounding

What Is Private Property Impounding?

Your own private property is reserved for you and your tenants or customers. Ensuring that unaffiliated individuals don’t use your parking spaces is key to having enough space for your employees, customers, tenants, and anyone who is doing business with you. But, how do you prevent unaffiliated individuals from using your parking lot or parking spaces?

This is where private property impounding comes into play! But, what is it?

What is private property impounding?

Private property impounding is the removal, or the impoundment, of a vehicle from private property or a parking space at the request of the property’s rightful owner. Private property impounding doesn’t take the vehicle’s owner into consideration if the property or parking facility’s owner wants the vehicle removed. Here at Tow Pro, we offer private property impounding to ensure property owners and managers have the convenient parking they need, free from pesky vehicles clogging up their lot(s). 

From schools to private residences, storefronts, and more, we offer private property impounding services to individuals everywhere. Your private property should be yours and only contain the vehicles of those who you want using it.

We have over 20 years of experience taking care of unwanted vehicles, and we know exactly what to do to keep your lot clear. It doesn’t matter the vehicle size, we can remove it even in the most unusual situations. From scooters to low clearance garages and more, we can keep your property running normally by keeping your parking lot free of clutter. 

Private property impounds protect the value of your property, and you can rely on us for the same 24-hour towing and roadside assistance service for private property impounding at your residential or commercial property. 

Are you interested in learning more about acquiring private property impounding services for your property? Contact us today at 615.256.TOWS(8697).

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