Snow Removal Tips from T Square Movers
Let’s start with finding the right tools for the job. The picture below is a general view of most snow shovels. Make sure to research to pick out the right one for your driveways, sidewalks, parking lots, and other necessary areas.
After you get the shovel(s) you need, you might want to look into spraying the shovel with a cooking spray if the snow starts sticking to the shovel. This happens frequently when snow is packed or after you use a snow blower and are clearing the shoot.
If you use your own snow blower, speed is key because going too fast or too slow can make you have to start over or go over the same area several times.
Make sure to clear areas by doors and spouts to keep from future leaking and from having to dig your way back inside when you are done.
Finding the right Ice Melt is also key for optimal snow removal.
Finger injuries, including amputations, accounted for more than 3,300 estimated ER visits in 2012. Because of this, please be extremely careful when handling a snow blower or any other heavy machinery to remove snow on your own. Back and shoulder strains are also very common when doing this. It is recommended to seek the help of a professional snow removal expert if you are not trained in doing this. Please feel free to call T Square Movers to get a FREE QUOTE, as our team is trained to handle all equipment professionally.