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Specializing in Residential Drives and Walks

It's that time of year again - and it won't be long before you take that worn-out shovel out of storage.

Why not take a break this year- sleep in later instead of going out in the cold. Let us clean the driveway. We plow or use a snowblower to make your life easier when the cold snow blows.

Senior's discounts, free estimates, prompt and reliable service when you need it. Seasonal contracts, per snowfall/on-demand clearings, custom pre-arranged agreements.


Snowstorms have historically plagued many states, notoriously those located in the Northeast and Midwest. Winter storms occur all over the country, but the "Snowbelt," stretching across the Great Lakes from Minnesota to Maine, receives the brunt of winter storms. Just as the first settlers on New England's shores struggled to survive the brutal snowstorms, so do the inhabitants of today's metropolises. Cities such as Buffalo, New York City, Milwaukee and Detroit experience snowfalls that strand residents in snow deep enough at times to be measured in feet rather than inches. Following on the heels of a severe storm in 1993, the recent paralysis experienced along the East Coast during the storms of January 1996 provides an all-too perfect example of the effect extreme winter weather can have on the nation's cities.

Officially, the National Weather Service defines a blizzard as large amounts of falling OR blowing snow with winds in excess of 35 mph and visibility of less than 1/4 of a mile for an extended period of time (greater than 3 hours). German settlers in Iowa originally coined the word blizzard, coming from the word blitzartig, meaning "lightning-like." European pioneers and settlers were astounded by the severity of the winters in the New World. Although accustomed to snow in their homelands, they were newly confronted with driving winds and freezing temperatures characteristic of Snowbelt regions.

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