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10 Tips to Winterize Your Property

As temperature lows are approaching the 30s here in the Kansas City area, it’s time to start thinking about winter weather preparation. Here are some things that both homeowners, renters, and commercial property owners alike should consider to prepare for…

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Preparing your Commercial Property for Snow

Winter storms never come at a convenient time. It’s easy to feel unprepared when a storm is already on the way. Storms can cost unprepared property owners or operators weeks of work and revenue. In order to keep customers, employees,…

Winterize Your Property

The Retirement Age of Snow Shoveling

After a life of shoveling snow, you finally feel like you have the perfect method down. You know your lawn and you’ll get the job done. However, while your method is perfect, your body isn't what it once was. USA…

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Preparing for that Unexpected Snow Before Spring

Spring is around the corner and unfortunately just being excited for it doesn’t make it come any faster. In fact, wanting to leave winter behind doesn’t necessarily prepare you for that last unexpected snow storm before the end of the…

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Snow Removal for Residential Homes

After 5 months of snow we’re all over breaking out the snow shovel, but is it worth calling a snow removal expert? Snow removal can easily become something on our list of regrets. Here are the reasons to call in…

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Winter Storms Salt Supplies Across the Country

Due to recent winter storm events in the Northeast US, rock salt supplies are sparse and slowly thinning. This is extremely hard on contractors' bins and the snow and ice industry in general. Not only are snow and ice removal…

Snow And Ice Expert Jeremy Swenson

Winter Storm Landon Showered Snow and Ice Threats

An extremely fatal winter storm approached the Northeast in Early February. It started in the Rockies and then headed to the Midwest bringing heavy snow, winds, and a harsh blizzard. Many on the East Coast faced one, two, or more…

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