Snows here and snows here to stay again, what have you done to keep your peace of mind. Hiring the right people to do the right job will take the worry away from you.

You don’t have to get any equipment. When you hire pros to do your commercial snow removal, you’re hiring a fully equipped team.

Reduced risk of accidents. Securing your professional snow removal service ensures that cleanup is taken care of in the proper way and in the appropriate time necessary on time.

The safety for all is probably at the top of your list of winter concerns. Slippery conditions can cause falls and injuries. No one wants to see someone hurt, especially from something that could be avoided. Besides the injury, legal matters could arise from lack of responsibility.

We have seen this year after year, where somebody’s relative and or friend could do it for them, and then when it came time, they didn’t show in time, or didn’t show at all, get a contract and that will never be an issue.

Avoid fines, some cities and or counties have heavy fines for home, business and property owners who do not clear their sidewalks and driveways.

With an annual snow removal contract, you know a snow removal expert is on the way after every snowfall.

Professional snow removal experts have the experience to know how to work safely during even the heaviest winter storms.

Get fast snow removal with the right equipment: By hiring a professional snow removal crew for your home or business this winter, you can rest assured that an experienced team is using the latest tools and products.

Your snow will always get cleared quickly and efficiently.

If you own a business, having a snow removal contract could be a sound investment.

With a professional team working at your property, your business can stay open even in the harshest weather.

Maybe you don’t need a snow plow with your property, but do need shoveling, remember your health and well-being when attempting to shovel snow, heavy snow for long periods of time. This is when most winter heart attacks occur. Most snow plow companies offer snow shoveling services.

Just for your information:

One cubic foot of newly fallen snow in calm conditions weighs 3.12 to 4.37 pounds, while 1 cubic foot of damp new snow weighs 6.24 to 12.49 pounds. The density of snow varies with its dampness and other conditions.

A cubic foot of settled snow weighs 12.49 to 18.73 pounds. A cubic foot of wind-packed snow weighs 21.85 to 24.97 pounds. A cubic foot of firn, which is snow that has endured through a summer's melting season but has not yet turned to ice, weighs 24.97 to 51.82 pounds. When the snow becomes glacier ice, it weighs 51.82 to 57.25 pounds per cubic foot. A cubic foot of solid ice weighs 57.43 pounds.

Even if you’re only looking at the snow that lands on your roof, that can be enough to cave it in. Just consider the 20 or so homes that collapsed under the weight of a east coast snowfall last year.

Snow earns this mass by being made out of water, of course. Scientists have a measurement called snow water equivalent (SWE) that expresses the amount of water contained in a snow pack. It tells you how much water would be left behind if the snow were to instantaneously melt — it’s a product of depth and density. More snow means more water, which means more mass. Water weight is real.

Dry, fluffy snow is the least concern with respect to weight. This kind of snow will weigh around 7 pounds per cubic foot. If the snow is dense and wet, however, a cubic foot of it can weigh 20 pounds or more. Depending on snowfall depth and the surface area of your roof, it may very well behoove you to shovel the roof as well as your driveway.