Snow Removal Contracts Backed by Credible & Reliable Data

June 6, 2024 // Article by: Kevin Hopler

Another winter season is in the books, but for many across Northeast and especially Midwest markets, it may feel like winter never began. Some businesses are shifting their focus to the green or construction season, but many snow and ice professionals use this time wisely to bid and start planning for the 2024-25 winter season. Though the thermometer says otherwise, the time to prepare for winter is NOW! Coming off lean or even consecutive lean seasons certainly affect snowfall averages, which makes it even more crucial to have accurate quality-controlled data when structuring your bids and contracts for the next season. 

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