Blog Posts in January, 2016

  • Snow Falls: Proper Snow & Ice Removal

    January 27, 2016
    The snow isn’t the only thing that falls in the winter. Once snow is on the sidewalk and driveway – melting and refreezing into ice – anyone is at risk to fall. Follow these tips for proper snow and ice removal to get rid of slippery surfaces and avoid injury the process. Effective Snow and Ice Removal Techniques Shoveling is the go-to option for many people, but you can try other snow and ice ...
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  • Winter Pet Safety: Keeping Your Pets Warm this Winter

    January 27, 2016
    Winter is among us and millions are battling the freezing cold weather. You’ve been told what to do to keep yourself safe and warm, but what about your beloved pets? Protect your pets from the harsh cold this winter with these tips. Keep your pet indoors Avoid the cold and wet outdoors to help keep your pet warm. For animals like dogs that have to be let out, keep a towel by the door to dry them ...
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  • New Year, New Beginnings

    January 13, 2016
    The month of January is all about starting fresh, about setting personal goals and business resolutions, and about enjoying new beginnings. Have you done the work necessary to allow your lawn to flourish in the new year? Here are a few things you can do to ensure your landscape, just like you, enjoys a fresh start in 2016: Pruning Dormant season pruning: Winter is the best time of year to trim ...
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  • Winter Storm Survival Guide: Stay Safe!

    January 12, 2016
    Winter storms are among the most severe you’ll experience all year. Are your family members, pets and plants prepared to weather the storm? Follow these tips to make sure the people, animals and plants that matter most to you make it through unscathed. Personal Winter Storm Safety Dress in several layers of clothing to help you stay warm if the power goes out. Be careful if you decide to light a ...
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  • Prepare Your Property for Frigid Temperatures

    January 5, 2016
    Every season has its unique challenges, but no other requires more preparation than winter. As nightly frigid temperatures become a reality, prepare your home and yard for winter with these helpful tips. Prepare Your Home for Frigid Temperatures Seal air leaks: Windows and doors are the most obvious sources of air leaks in your home. These create uncomfortable drafts and make your furnace work ...
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