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Thursday, Dec. 22nd, 2016

15 Interesting Facts All About Snow

by Taylor Hunsaker

Nothing is better than sipping on your hot chocolate while staring out the window at the fresh snow covering your lawn. There’s so much going on with snow that you probably don’t think about daily, but there are actually some amazing facts about snow that you might enjoy. There’s always time to know a little more, so to help you with that, we’re sharing our 10 favorite facts about snow with you! Fact #1: It’s a myth that no two …
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Friday, Dec. 2nd, 2016

The Importance of Winter Maintenance Preparation

by Taylor Hunsaker

Can you feel that chill in the air? Phil Collins must’ve been talking about how it’s finally winter. While the snow makes the mountains look beautiful, it also creates a lot of problems for people that live in the city. Luckily, that means more work for contractors in the valley during the cold weather. We all know that clearing snow can be a pain, however, with a little planning, it can be an easy, methodical task. Really, the best thing any contractor can …
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Wednesday, Feb. 10th, 2016

Escape Winter With These 11 Affordable Tropical Destinations

by Sarah Beecroft - Email & Content Manager

Winter isn’t over yet—doesn’t a break from the cold and snow sound nice? Picture yourself sprawled out on a warm, sandy beach without a care in the world. Sounds nice, right? If you’re feeling like it’s time to temporarily escape the harsh conditions, a tropical getaway could be in your near future. We know going on vacation often means breaking the bank but with these destinations, it doesn’t have to. These tropical vacation spots aren’t just exotic, they’re affordable too. …
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Wednesday, Dec. 16th, 2015

8 Chicago Holiday Activities You Can’t Miss

by Sarah Beecroft - Email & Content Manager

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. We’re featuring a few of our favorite must-see (and affordable) Chi-town activities that are sure to please kids and grown ups alike. The windy city transforms into a winter wonderland and finding something festive to do this time of year is easy with all the options out there. So put on your winter coat, grab a thermos of hot chocolate, and bring some extra blankets because you’re going to have some serious …
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Tuesday, Nov. 24th, 2015

The 10 Snowiest Cities in America

by Sarah Beecroft - Email & Content Manager

In in our last post we talked about which U.S. states get the most snow each year but we wanted to dig a little deeper (pun intended) to find out what the top 10 snowiest cities in the U.S. are. To do this, we looked at cities with a population of over 50,000 people and used NOAA’s average-snowfall data going back 30 years to compile the top 10. Keep reading to find out which cities made the cut starting with …
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Saturday, Nov. 14th, 2015

Snowfall: How Does Your State Stack Up?

by Sarah Beecroft - Email & Content Manager

How does your state stack up against some of the snowiest states in the country? We wanted to know so we gathered the average yearly snowfall for each state to give you a detailed view of which states are best for building a snowman and which states are better for melting one. Check out your state below to see where it stands.     Here you get a more detailed breakdown: Keep in mind, these are the averages for each …
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Friday, Nov. 6th, 2015

10 Incredibly Cool Facts About Snow

by Sarah Beecroft - Email & Content Manager

Winter means snow for many of us, love it or hate it. When you build the perfect snowman or shovel your driveway after a snowstorm, how much thought do you actually give this magical stuff? We want to get to know snow on a deeper level so we’ve compiled a list of 10 incredibly cool facts about snow. You might be pleasantly surprised at how interesting snow actually is. Fact #1: Snow is not white like you might think, it’s …
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Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, 2015

Get Inspired: Winter Olympians Earning College Degrees

by Juliana Duran

If you watched the last Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, you were probably inspired by the skill and determination the athletes showed. Looking into an olympian’s track record, it’s evident that their skill level reaches far beyond sports. Many of these olympians are also parents, community leaders, policy advocates, nonprofit ambassadors, and college students. However, what you don’t see on TV are the obstacles many face to reach these goals. Athletes are confronted with financial hardships when attempting to …
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Tuesday, Oct. 27th, 2015

The Ultimate Guide to Winterizing Your Home

by Sarah Beecroft - Email & Content Manager

It may be fall but winter will be here before you know it. I know, we’re not ready either but it’s time to buckle down because getting your home ready for the colder months ahead is crucial if you want to be comfortable this winter. Now is the time to do it because you want to take steps to winterize your home before the first freeze or snowfall of the year. Winterizing can be tough work and sometimes it’s hard …
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Wednesday, Oct. 21st, 2015

The 10 Biggest Snowstorms in U.S. History

by Sarah Beecroft - Email & Content Manager

Today we’re going to talk about snowstorms—not just your run-of-the-mill snowstorms—we’re talking snowstorms that literally shut down entire cities because of their massive scale and ferocity. If you live in a city that receives snowfall each year, you’re no stranger to huge snowstorms but several cities around the U.S. have been hit with monstrous snowstorms in the past, some of them you might not even expect; which is why we’re bringing to you the 10 biggest snowstorms in U.S. history. …
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