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Commercial Parking lots need fast and reliable snow removal experts.
Absolute Blacktop knows that your customers need to get into your lot safely and as soon as your doors are open.

We’ll keep your lot clear!

New Englanders are a tough bunch for sure. Snow doesn’t stop us but it sure slows us down sometimes. With Absolute Blacktop on the job, your parking lots will be plowed efficiently and quickly after EVERY storm!

Before we start plowing, we’ll first make an appointment to meet with you and view the area you would like managed over the winter months. You may also have very specific requirements which you can review with us at this time.

During our visit, we’ll map out your property’s boundaries and record the locations of obstacles that might be hidden once the snow starts flying!

Did You Know?

The average amount of snowfall in Central Massachusetts can vary depending on the specific location within the region. However, on average, Central Massachusetts receives between 40 to 60 inches (101 to 152 cm) of snowfall each year. It’s important to note that these figures are approximate and can vary from year to year based on weather patterns and other factors. Additionally, certain areas within Central Massachusetts, particularly those at higher elevations or closer to mountainous regions, may experience higher snowfall amounts compared to lower-lying areas. 

Moving Snow Yourself?

The weight of snow can vary depending on several factors, including the type of snow, its density, and moisture content. Generally, fresh, fluffy snow can weigh around 5 to 20 pounds per cubic foot (80 to 320 kg per cubic meter). However, wet and compacted snow can be heavier, weighing between 20 to 50 pounds per cubic foot (320 to 800 kg per cubic meter) or even more in extreme cases.

It’s important to note that these weight estimates are general averages and can vary based on the specific characteristics of the snow. Additionally, snow can accumulate in different forms, such as powdery snow, packed snow, or ice, which can affect its weight and density.

If you need to determine the weight of snow in a particular situation, it may be more accurate to measure the weight by collecting a known volume of snow and using a scale or other appropriate methods to obtain an accurate measurement.

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Tim Foley
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