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1-18-2018 2-32-22 PM

4 Interesting Facts about Snow Removal in West Vancouver

  January 18, 2018

As December rolls around and snow removal in West Vancouver becomes a necessary task once again, it’s not unusual to start thinking about our northern locale in a deeper way. The varied range in temperatures between the height of summer and the depth of winter gives Vancouverites all the [...]

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Five tips for snow removal in Squamish

  January 16, 2018

With an annual snowfall of 235cm, Squamish gets far more snow than the average 40cm Vancouver sees each winter. The winter tire requirements run from October 1 until March 31. Due to the heavy snowfall, laws around snow removal in Squamish, keeping walkways clear, and driving on winter tires [...]

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Snow Removal in Coquitlam

How Snow Removal in Coquitlam Will Save Your Roof

  January 9, 2018

Snow removal in Coquitlam is necessary to keep pedestrians safe during Canada’s infamous periods of snow and ice. Because of this, residential houses and businesses that make snow removal a priority from their Coquitlam properties create a much safer environment for residents, and eveninspire appreciation from customers. But while [...]

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Advice for Safe Snow Removal in Vancouver

  December 29, 2017

Taking the time to do effective snow removal in Vancouver will pay off in spades once the snow stops and the ice sets in. This is because one of the main safety hazards to contend with once snow stops falling, is the amount of hard-packed snow still covering the [...]

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Why It’s Time to Start Considering Snow Removal in Vancouver

  December 15, 2017

As winter begins in Vancouver, it’s time to start considering snow removal. Last year was unexpectedly bad, and has taught us all that we can never be too prepared when it comes to winter weather in British Columbia. At Dhillon Bros Paving Ltd., we do not want any of [...]

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