Winter Update with Q and A

Two snow falls of 3cm or more into the season and I can report that all is going well. Current speculations state that between now and April we can expect at least another ten snow falls. Due to the delayed start to the winter and it being an El Nino year, we can expect an extended winter this year, good on you for everyone who has a contract ending in April rather than March. Snow removal is like insurance, you pay for the peace of mind because Mother Nature is unpredictable.

Dear customers and readers, this post is intended to clear up a few questions posed, and to inform of some things you can do to ensure the best possible service.

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Snow Removal App Review

If you keep up with news and blogs you will know about the several snow removal service, Uber like, apps that are popping up this year. Before you jump on board, there are a few things you must consider. Are these apps really cost effective, convenient and efficient, better than a seasonal contract? Or is it a risk?

Please click here read the following short story to understand A Day in the Life  of a Snow Removal Company.

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Where is Winter?!

My fellow Canadians and specifically Torontonians (urban and suburban), it is December 24th, 2015 (Christmas Eve) and barely a snowflake has hit the pavement.

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Winter Driving Tips

Basic step by step information and video links for defensive driving in the winter.  Be smart, be patient and stay safe!

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Winterizing Your Car

Winterizing Your Car

If your car hasn’t had it’s regular checkup and servicing yet, NOW is the time.

You do not want to be stuck in the middle of a blizzard or in subzero temperatures due to bad hoses, belts, water pumps or spark plug wires etc. It’s best to put in the time and money now to make sure all important components of your vehicle are in proper working order, because the alternative is spending hours in the cold waiting for a tow truck, paying the tow truck and paying to get your car fixed anyway. Think ahead and invest.

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