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Commercial Snow and Ice Management Underway

Posted by Carpenter Costin

Dec 9, 2011 11:28:00 AM

Despite a late October Nor'Easter, our winter has been weak! Don't expect it to last much longer though. Ensure your commercial space is covered!

Covered with a snow management plan, and not with snow, that is. Thankfully this fall has been very mild, albeit the one storm just before Halloween. Don't expect the warm weather to last much longer. With temperatures finally reaching around freezing, the threat of snow and ice is becoming real. Commercial properties must ensure they are covered before it is too latesno max small sander salter and we get another major storm.

Servicing commercial properties in our region can be tricky due to dramatic climate change that we can experience in such a small area. The western part of our region (say the towns of Wilmington, Burlington, and Lexington) can be getting pounded with snow, while the eastern, coastal part is receiving all rain. Preparation is key when managing snow and ice control, and we are as prepared as we'll ever be for that first snow flake.

Our fleet of trucks has been converted into plow trucks, our bobcats, pushers, and other machines have been delivered to sites along with sand and salt material. Properties are staked, managers and crews have been trained, and our equipment has been readied. If you're a commercial property manager or owner and you haven't decided on your snow management plan for the winter, time is seriously running out. Don't hesitate to call our commercial division at 877-308-8733 or email snow@carpentercostin.net to learn more!

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Topics: Snow & Ice Management, Commercial Services

Commercial Snow Management on the North Shore

Posted by Carpenter Costin

Oct 7, 2011 2:28:00 PM

Ensure you're covered this winter; and not covered in snow like last winter. Choose Carpenter Costin's commercial snow and ice management services.

It snowed over 100" throughout most of our region last year, and while you were nestled in a warm house, with your eyes glued to your local news station, our experienced snow management professionals were working tirelessly keeping many commercial properties free of snow and ice.

Carpenter Costin's comprehensive winter management programs are built to benefit the client. Our customized programs suit your needs and wants, without sacrificing quality and reliability. Our expansive snow removal and ice management fleet features various snow removal equipment, from big loaders to small walkway blowers and sweepers and dedicated shovelers.

Time is running out! Winter is right around the corner, and if it is anything like last year, it is best to be fully prepared! If you're still shopping for a snow and ice service provider, request a consultation with a commercial service pro from Carpenter Costin.

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Carpenter Costin's expensive fleet features diverse snow and ice management equipment to suit your needs.

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Commercial Snow Plowing and Management Services in MA

Posted by Carpenter Costin

Aug 9, 2011 4:17:00 PM

Our fleet of trucks and experienced crews offer quality snow removal, snow plowing, and ice management services across the North Shore of MA and Greater Boston Area.

Believe it or not, but here at Carpenter Costin, we've already begun to think about SNOW! Despite the warm temps, hot sun, and seasonal humidity, it is time to start thinking about the snow this winter, especially for commercial properties, business parks, restaurant locations, manufacturing and shipping centers, and much more. Although we don't have the crystal ball to look into the future, the enormous snow fall in late 2010 and early 2011 is enough to keep us on our toes.

Here is a video of one of our snow and ice management teams at work. To learn more about our snow and ice services, call 877-308-8733 or request to meet with the Head of our Snow Division.

 

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Topics: Snow & Ice Management