NY Times features Able Snow Patrol!

No Snow in New York, but a Wintry Mix of Opinion The New York Times By LISA W. FODERARO Published: January 13, 2012 Where is the snow? That is the question swirling – unlike actual flurries – across New York City and its suburbs, where sidewalks have been relentlessly gray and yards stubbornly green this …

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Top 10 Fascinating Facts About Snow

Did you know that each winter one septillion (1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000)  of snow crystals drop from the sky and that it takes about a million little droplets to make one snowflake? As common as it might seem at first glance, snow is actually a very complex type of precipitation. If you are wondering which is the world’s largest …

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Have Snow Shovel, Will Travel

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 …

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Finding a Snow and Ice Management Service Provider

Are you looking for information that will help you make a good decision on hiring a snow removal service provider? SIMA has broken down the major issues for you in easy-to-read sections: Major Issues in Snow & Ice Management Insurance & Risk Management Contracts Weather & Conditions De-icing & Anti-icing Pricing/Cost of Service Certified Snow …

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Proudly Certified By SIMA Snow And Ice Management Association!

SIMA ensures professionalism and safer communities by helping those who manage snow & ice master essential skills and practices. Vision Statement – the picture of SIMA’s future: Over the next five to seven years, SIMA will become broadly recognized as the “go to” resource for both its members and any local or national entity related …

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