Posts by Craig Kessler

Selecting the Right Deicer

Posted by on Aug 31, 2016 in Snow Removal Albany NY Tips | 0 comments

There are lots of different options when it comes to using a deicer, or ice melter for ones Albany New York home or office. We understand it can be confusing and intend for this article to explain some of the differences among deicers. For example, are there potential dangers of young children or pets with potentially eating them. And, when it comes which product is the best, it will depend on where it is to be applied. Even though there are literally hundreds of different brand names and types of deicers available to consumers, the easiest way to group them in deciding which one or ones...

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Albany Snow Shovel Choices

Posted by on Dec 6, 2015 in Snow Removal Albany NY Tips | 0 comments

It is easy to assume something that is bigger is going to work better. Though that might be true for some products, but for snow shovels, the one with the larger shovel scoop might not be the one that Albany homeowners should purchase. Loading a snow shovel up with wet, heavy snow will put a lot of stress on ones back and shoulders. Never think of it as a race to get the snow removed from ones driveway and walkways as fast as possible. On average, snow shovels that are 19 to 22 inches wide are a good choice. Snow Removal Albany NY wants to look at some tips on shovel selection here. There...

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Snow Shoveling Tips

Posted by on Nov 2, 2012 in Snow Removal Albany NY Tips | 0 comments

Snow Removal Albany NY wants to offer some snow shoveling tips for you to use this winter season to minimize any personal injuries and to maximize your time.  For most of us, snow shoveling is not a fun thing to do we know.  Enjoy these and please be safe! 10 Shoveling Tips from Albany Snow Removal 1. Stretch initially Don’t be in a hurry to get outside. Stretch completely using the same sorts of steps that distance runners, mountain bikers and other athletes use. Stretch your hamstrings, extend your back, and extend your shoulders. Then outfit in detachable layers, grab your shovel...

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