Our employees have tremendous pride over their work. So much so that they can't help but take a snapshot from time to time to brag about their "lines", or just in general to show how well they've been able to maintain their properties over the summer...despite our hot, dry climate. We thought it would be selfish to keep these images all to ourselves... so here goes! Enjoy these fun pictures from the start of the season until now. We have come a long way since training early this spring!
This was the view that our crews saw from their plow trucks for a large amount of the storm. No wonder they're seeing double! We take the risk so that you don't have to.
Our work doesn't end when the storm is over! We will be moving snow piles and continuing to touch-up our properties as much as necessary and/or requested. It sure is beautiful!
This picture was taken at a property adjacent to Cottonwood Park on Dublin/Rangewood. Everything North and East from here was even worse.
The current forecast has put all of the Springs area into a Winter Weather Advisory and northern El Paso County in a Blizzard Warning - but with the heavy winds 2-4" of snow can produce 1-2' drifts. Snow shoveling during heavy wind and snow is pointless so the focus will be on plowing during the event.
Please understand that if your property has garage access from the homes than the sidewalk shoveling is a lower priority - we have to focus on properties that don't have that type of access for the residences.
For now it looks like the storm will move out tomorrow morning around 5-7am and we will then be calling out a full clear across the region.