Officially, Groundhog Day 2017 has come and past and New Jersey is up in the air as to whether there will be 6 more weeks of winter or an early spring. According to nj.com, of the three Groundhogs in New Jersey, there was no consensus! Read more
January is coming to a close, and many snow lovers are asking what the February forecast looks like when it comes to snow. According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, a snow storm is expected for mid-February in NJ. The Old Farmer’s Almanac has famously been accurate up to 80% for its predictions. Don’t be the only person left in the snow unprepared, secure your snow removal contract now. Read more
There are few things more beautiful than a fresh snow, and many look forward to the change in the seasons and what beauty it brings to their landscape. However, snow can become quite the hassle when it needs to be removed from sidewalks and driveways. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or this is your first New Jersey winter, here are our top tips for removing snow and ice from your sidewalk and driveway. Read more
Hey New Jersey, are you ready for snow? Upstate and Western New York already have gotten hit with a big storm and December is just getting off to a start. This winter, New York and New Jersey are expected to get heavy snow fall and cold temperatures yet again. We are used to that type of weather in this part of the country, but being ready is a whole other thing. The easiest thing you can do to get ready is to hire a residential snow removal service this winter and here is why:
Hiring a residential snow removal company such as DeCarlo will eliminate the cost and give you back your time. We are a full service for snow removal and we tailor our snow removal packages for each and every home we service. Don’t wait too long New Jersey, the snow is coming!
What type of winter will it be? Will the New Jersey area get hit with a ton of snow or will it be a mild winter? This question is one that we hear many of our residential clients asking as the fall comes to an end and we turn towards the cold winter months. No matter what type of winter is ahead you need to have your snow removal plan in place before December. Read more