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Our Top Snow Shoveling Tips

by | February 2, 2022

The first snow fall has arrived. With the first snow fall comes shoveling and snow blowing. There are some tricks to shoveling the proper way so you do not injure your back in the process. The link that follows is a video with these tips for shoveling.

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