This morning there were actually SNOWFLAKES seen around the great state of Minnesota – which means that it won’t be long and we’ll be experiencing true blue snowfalls here in the Twin Cities. Here’s what you need to do to get prepared for snow removal season:
1. Tune up the snow blower. If you’re handling your own snow removal, a snow blower is a MUST. Make sure yours is up and running by taking it to a professional so that you’re in working order before the real snow arrives. This will also decrease the chances of your snow blower breaking down in the middle of a heavy snow fall.
2. Get out your shovels. No matter how great your snow blower is, you will inevitably have to shovel your stairs, sidewalks and other walking paths by hand. So get your shovels out and prepared and start pumping some iron – shoveling is hard work. We’re not doctors, but we can tell you that it’s better to be in pretty good shape if you’re planning on shoveling your own home.
3. Prep those winter clothes. Along with the snow comes the frigid temperatures that take over our state in the winter. So get out the ski mask, the heavy duty gloves, the Carhart jacket, snowpants and boots. And get yourself ready to spend a few hours outside every time we get a big snowfall – since that’s what it can take to keep up with a heavy snowfall outdoors making sure that the snow doesn’t build up on your driveway.
Does taking care of your own snow sound like something you’d rather NOT be in charge of this winter? Then you only have one step: call H&B Services for a free quote for winter snow removal. We can make sure that you’re plowed out and ready for work, which means you won’t have to get up an extra hour early every time it snows to shovel your driveway. We’ll make sure that your sidewalks are shoveled and salted to your city’s standards – preventing you from getting any of the nasty snow removal tickets. AND we’ll make sure that you get the kind of A-list service you DESERVE when working with the A-team in snow removal services.
Call us today at 651-538-0320 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us take the work out of your winter.