Phil's Main Roofing
Although the most recent storm has come and gone, it would be wrong to assume that we're done with snow for the winter. In the event that another snow storm drops similar accumulations on your property, we want you to be well prepared to remove it from your path. Here's how -
- When using a snow blower, watch your speed. Going slow to make sure you covered everything or going fast to speed up the process is not the most efficient way to clear the snow.
- Pay close attention to the direction in which you remove snow with a snow blower. If you have already covered part of your driveway or the street in front of your home, you certainly won't want to blow new snow onto the freshly cleared pavement.
- If shoveling is your snow removal method of choice, head out mid storm to clear the snow that has already fallen (if it's safe, that is). That way, you won't have to strain your body to remove double the amount of snow once the storm is over.
While yes, it can be a tedious task, snow removal is a responsibility you inherit the moment you become a property owner. However, when you have the right strategies and techniques in mind before you head out the door, it's likely that you'll find it isn't so bad after all.
Did you know that Phil's Main Roofing also offers commercial snow plowing services? In addition to our residential and commercial roofing services, our team puts their skills to the test each winter to assist commercial property owners with clearing their snow. To learn more about what our snow plowing services entail, please give us a call at (203) 838-4545 today!