Salt is expensive and can be really hard to find. During the 2014/2015 season, the average went from $38.30 to $46.80, causing municipalities to really use their budget on de-icing. Last year’s winter was brutal, and this one is expected to be even worse.
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As always, Winter Equipment Company prides itself on its charity work. While every year during the holidays, Winter participates in Santa’s Bikes for Kids, come summertime, it’s good ‘ol fashioned outdoor labor.
It’s snowing and you’re worried about how you’re going to make it to work, school, and your children’s daycare, anywhere. You immediately dread driving on the treacherous roads because it has been snowing quite persistently for a few hours now. You notice the side roads are almost untouched, and the main roads are only decent at best.
One of the most common issues with snowplowing is the breaking of hardware. Most people immediately think quality of the product or driver error, but 9 out of 10 times it’s because the blades and hardware weren’t installed properly from the start.
Every year Winter Equipment works with The Salvation Army to provide bicycles and donations to children and families around Lake County, Ohio. “Santa’s Bikes for Kids” is a fundraiser that was organized by Winter Equipment Owner Kent Winter. He is heavily involved in charities around the area and this one continues to be a great success. 2014 marks the 7th annual campaign to help those struggling during the holiday season.
We all know our weather can change drastically in hours, if not minutes. There are many steps you can take in prepping for winter, whether you are in the hard-hitting snow states or surrounding…
If you are from one of the snow-filled states come November, you have to ask yourself one question…
Where can you find Winter Equipment Territory Managers when they aren't traveling from garage to garage? Trade shows of course! As road departments gear up for the winter season, our calendar has become flooded with events from Colorado to the New England states.
Trade shows are a great way to get in front of the purchasing agents, superintendents, and maintenance crews at once. It's a rare opportunity that provides us the chance to educate an entire operation on the features and benefits of our products.
We're always looking for ways to improve our ability to solve your problems and we realized the Winter® Equipment website needed some re-engineering. Our new website is easier to navigate, provides information on our DOT, County, City, and Municipal snow and construction wear parts expertise, and features an easy way to shop for our light-duty truck snowplow parts.
One of our main goals was to make it easier for contractors and private companies who use light-duty trucks to access the same technology and collaborative service approach that we've used to revolutionize the government snow removal industry.
That's why you can find and buy our Winter® Xtendor® Cutting Edge Blade Systems that fit your Fisher, Meyer, Western, or SnowDogg snowplows. These heavy-duty steel blade systems come with our Xtendor® PlowGuards that are treated with Winter® Carbide Matrix™ to protect your blade and plow ends to save you time and money by reducing blade changes.
Well, enough about what you can buy, we're just excited to offer you these proven solutions on our new site.
Our business is about you, our customers, and we would love your feedback on what we can do to improve. Whether it's feedback on the new website, things you love (or don't) about our existing solutions, or an idea for a new solution that would help your business, you can easily send us an email here.
Stay tuned for blog posts sharing our expertise on welding techniques, installation tips, wear part innovation, and more as we grow into our new website. Follow us on Instagram to get a look behind the scenes at Winter® Equipment.