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Old 12-18-2020, 07:51 AM   #1
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Default Snow cleaning?

OK so I'm a day late and a dollar short with this question I get that! But any how anyone have any suggestions or leads on someone in/around Moultonborough (specifically Suissevale) who does a decent job cleaning up after a good snow? I don't mean a plowing we have someone "make a few passes" in the driveway so it's accessible. I'm talking about clearing off the deck when it's substantial, snow blowing/shoveling the walk way, clearing a path to the Propane tank, etc. Just the little extra cleaning I'd do if was there fulltime which I'm not. I thought "At Your Service NH" did this type of maintenance but looking at them online I see no indication of this.
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Old 12-18-2020, 08:19 AM   #2
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I would be interested in such service as well.
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Old 12-18-2020, 08:28 AM   #3
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I donít know if he is available, but Kevin McCarthy of McCarthy Lawn and Property Management ( 476-2393) has been doing this for me for years. Last night, his men shoveled my porch and totally plowed my driveway. And he is a really nice guy.
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..... maybe dial 9-1-1 and tell your local police how the snow is holding your house, hostage, and to get the heck down there, code-3, and arrest that snow, like right away ..... on the double! ... hut-hut-hut! ......

..... and, make it ASAP-PDQ ..... you understand! ..... so, let's get on it! .... ... channeling Officer Barney Fife!
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..... maybe dial 9-1-1 and tell your local police how the snow is holding your house, hostage, and to get the heck down there, code-3, and arrest that snow, like right away ..... on the double! ... hut-hut-hut! ......
Oh no! Snowed in and out of your medication again?
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Oh no! Snowed in and out of your medication again?
...oh, no ..... you know how you can never find a cop to shovel the snow out, when you really really need one .......... well?

And, Waterville Valley, which has an army of snow shovelers, snow plows, and snow blowers, got only eight inches of light, fluffy, dry snow ..... the stuff that's light enough for the wind shield wipers to scrape it away ..... just eight inches-WV. Meredith gets 39-inches, or something of wind blown snow, and 41-miles north, WV gets only eight.

Meredith should get arrested for steal'n all the snow! ....

Is shoveler a word? A noun, a person or thing that shovels ...... and good luck with finding one ..... so, go look in the mirror!

My old Troy-Bilt 24" snowblower worked like a champ, and blew through the 14-16" of dry, high quality snow, way down Meredith neck .... no 39-inches here ...... maybe 20" tops, up on a roof top what with the wind collecting it. Was maybe 36" high at the road, where the town plow pushed it in, and it even chugged through that big pile without having to switch to a half-pass, so that describes this dry and aerated, perfect snowfall.
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Send an email to your buddy that says
I am hiding all the drugs and the weapons under the snow pile.
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Default Snow plowing source for Sanbornton or Laconia ?

If anyone needs snowplowing in Sanbornton or Laconia, send me a PM, and I'll provide the source.

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Shoot me a message - I'm in Suissevale on a full time basis through the winter and offered up some snow clean up for elderly or disabled after this past storm and had no problem cruising around to dig. I usually head over and clean my parents house and at least one other in addition to my own. If i can help, I will!
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