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How Does Salt Melt Ice? Salt, Snow, Ice, and Safety

Most things that happen to make our lives easier, especially technology-related things, are great innovations but we don't take the time to understand how they work. Probably 9 of of ten people could not explain how an internal combustion engine…

Juries are Serious About Snow and Ice Personal Injury Cases

Property Owners Must Understand Their Responsibilities - Sidewalk Snow Expert Witness Snow and Ice are wet and slippery, and are obviously not conducive to safe travel by motor vehicles or pedestrians. Over 70 percent of the nation's roads are located…

Snow Removal Budget

Budgeting for Snow Removal

Snow Removal Budget We have learned about snow forecasts over the years and if there is one thing we're sure of it's that they're not a sure thing. When it comes to looking ahead to the next winter, there is…

Snow Industry Business Consultant

Snow Industry Business Consultant – Jeremy Swenson

Snow Industry Business Consultant The 2018-2019 winter is over and it's time to reflect on the year and see how we did. From small one-truck freelancers who plow driveways and church parking lots to large snow plow operations who tackle…

Please Don’t Try DIY Commercial Snow Removal

Snow Removal Expert Witness Every year the weather experts predict what kind of winter is coming and every year we follow their prophesies with skepticism. We find it's best to plan for a cold and snowy winter every year, so…

Kansas City Snow Removal

The History of Snow Removal

The History of Snow Removal If you're buried under a ton of snow as many people are this time of year, and you need to go out for work or shopping or whatever, you're probably happy when the snow plows…

Snow And Icicles

The Dangers of Snow and Icicles Sliding off Roofs

Snow and Icicles American novelist Belva Plain wrote "Danger hides in beauty and beauty in danger." We're not sure of the exact context for this quote, but it is true that many beautiful things in nature are also dangerous, and…

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