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Take the Guesswork out of winter with a Snow Removal Plan

Although it’s not officially winter for a couple more weeks, we’ve reached a point in the year where the possibility of winter weather is becoming more of a reality. With that possibility comes a range of guesstimates about what the winter ahead will hold in terms of weather. Whether you subscribe to the wisdom of the Farmer’s Almanac, observations of the local wildlife, or the monthly forecasts from the local news stations, the possibility of winter weather is typically anyone’s guess.

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It’s officially the Holiday Lighting Season

Each November on Thanksgiving night thousands of people gather for the official kickoff of the holiday lighting season in Kansas City at the Plaza. Long before the afternoon’s turkey extravaganza will have time to settle, Alex Gordon, the Royals left fielder, and Royals general manager Dayton Moore will flip the switch to turn on the legendary Plaza lights.

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Rodents in Winter

In blogs such as these, we often discuss pest and termite problems in Kansas City as if they only happen around homes. But schools, restaurants, food processors, hotels and other public buildings are subject to the same problems as single- and multi-family dwellings.

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Enjoy the Winter Season, Minus the Hassle

How quickly things in the Midwest can change. Recently, our weather in the Kansas City area has gone from balmy and beautiful to bitter and biting in the blink of an eye. In the last blog we talked about how lucky we were to be able to enjoy such nice weather while the leaves were just beginning to fall. Apparently the last blast of Indian summer is now officially over with temperatures falling (gulp!) into the teens and twenties, thanks to a Canadian Arctic blast.

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