Commercial Snow Removal Services

By: VINCENT DOUGLASS | November 04, 2014

Record-early snow hit parts of South Carolina, leaving thousands without power as the eastern part of the country was blasted with cold. These conditions mimic snow removal in Philadelphia.

"This has been a historic event," News19 Meteorologist Daniel Bonds told WLTX. "It's unprecedented. I've run out of adjectives to describe it."

The previous earliest recorded snowfall in the Columbia, S.C., area was on Nov. 9, 1913.

Snow, cold and wind stretch across the eastern part of the country where highs will be 10 to 20 degrees below average from the Mississippi Valley to the East Coast, says meteorologist Tom Moore from the Weather Channel.

Four to five inches of snow was...

By: domenique | October 27, 2014


  

This winter, we are steering clear of any salty dry spells. Last years frequent snowstorms produced more ice than what salt manufacturers could yield. This resulted in insoluble frozen walkways, driveways, and steps. “No Bueno”. As a company who values property safety, we understand the importance of preventing lawsuits from slip and fall accidents. We’ve employed precautions to guarantee coverage for our clients during the entire winter season. Shopping de-icing agents early, especially when it comes to Magnesium Chloride saves time and budget loss (two important factors when managing dozens of snow removal plans). Although this particular salting agent is more expensive than rock salt, we enjoy using it for a couple of re...

By: VINCENT DOUGLASS | October 23, 2014

I am predicting a terrible winter based upon the weather Almanac and the weather patterns we have experienced this summer and fall. According to the Weather Almanac, this winter will produce heavy snowfall. Regardless, Dependable Snow Removal will be ready for whatever weather event that arrives in Philadelphia.