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Routine Road Maintenance is Beneficial to the Environment: Study

Posted on 19 February 2019
Routine Road Maintenance is Beneficial to the Environment: Study
The battle against greenhouse gas emissions is literally hitting the streets. In a new study published in the International Journal of Susta...
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Pre-Snow Removal Service Preparations

Posted on 16 January 2019
Pre-Snow Removal Service Preparations
A good snow removal service isn't just about snow clearing after the storm, but establishing preparations to help minimize the impact of the...
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Heavy Equipment Transport in the Winter with Tilt and Load Trucks and Float Trailers

Posted on 1 January 2019
Heavy Equipment Transport in the Winter with Tilt and Load Trucks and Float Trailers
With the coming of winter, transporting equipment from site to site is harder and more dangerous than ever. That's why it's essential to...
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Does a Construction Site Require Salting & Snow Plowing Services?

Posted on 13 November 2018
Does a Construction Site Require Salting & Snow Plowing Services?
With the onslaught of winter coming up, now is the time to think about preparing your construction site for the inevitable difficulties caused b...
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The Importance of Professional Construction Site Cleanup

Posted on 18 October 2018
The Importance of Professional Construction Site Cleanup
As your home or commercial property's renovations come to a close, there's still a sizeable amount of work to be done before making good...
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What our clients say about A&G

Good evening. I am sending this email because I wish to acknowledge the great job your snow plow driver did on my street today. I live on Wildwood Drive in Newmarket  and our street has quite the curve at the top - like the top of a candy cane. Usually the plows give one sweep and this leaves about three feet of snow in front of the driveways that the residents who live on that curve have to back through to get to the plowed part of the road. I don't live on THAT part of Wildwood but I was driving home when he was plowing there and he made sure the snow was removed right up to the end of the driveways, not just the middle of the road.

I got home and saw that he had been down my side of the road already and I had the usual pile of (really heavy) slushy snow to shovel from the end of my driveway. Figuring there's no time like the present, I parked my van, grabbed my shovel and got to work. A short time later your driver came down the other side of the street and when he saw this crazy old lady out there in short yoga pants shovelling the slush, he came over to my side, dropped his blade in the end of my driveway and scooped away what was left!

Rarely does one see such wonderful, kind acts!  Thank you so much and I will be telling the Town of Newmarket as well what a great job he did on our street!  I do not recall seeing A & G plowing our streets in the past but I hope you have a long contract with the Town!
Heather

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