LandWorks LawnCare, Inc. has been servicing Freeport/Rockford Illinois and it's surrounding area since 2001. We are licensed and fully insured and we take great pride in our workmanship and the service that we offer.
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Our lawn maintenance team offers a full line of lawn and plant management. Our team is experienced and gets the job done right the first time, so you as a customer have nothing to do but sit back, relax, and enjoy your property.
Our landscape and installation team performs a wide variety of projects. We are staffed with experienced full time design professionals who will guide you through the design, installation and maintenance of your project. Our installers take pride...
Whether a commercial parking lot, condo association, or residential driveway, our 24/7 snow removal services will have you covered. With a full line of snow plows and snow removal equipment, our team with years of experience can handle...
Easy to Use Snow Removal Rockford IL
Winter snow can be a hassle. It makes driving difficult, and snow removal from Rockford IL, your car tires, windows, and the trunk is a must before you hit the road. If you have been wondering how to winterize your vehicle, then this article will help! In this article, we will discuss how to clear snow from your windshield wipers, snow chains for snowy days on the mountain or in New York City (where it snows), and defrosting tips that are easy enough for anyone to do at home, and more!
Snow Removal Rockford IL
When winterizing your vehicle, make sure you include snow removal Rockford IL. This includes clearing snow off of your windshield wipers before driving as well as ensuring they work correctly by checking them periodically throughout the year! Snow chains may also come in handy if you live somewhere with heavy snowfall like Salt Lake City (where I am currently living). These particular tires attach around a tire and create snow traction needed to gain an additional grip on snow and ice. Lastly, make sure you have a good mix of windshield washer fluid as this can freeze up quickly in the cold weather!
Although winterizing your vehicle is essential, it’s also a good idea to ensure that you clear off all snow from your car before driving. This may seem like an obvious tip but I’ve seen many vehicles with snow piled high on their roof or hood that could fly back into ones face while driving (I’m guilty of not always doing this too). Also, if you live somewhere where heavy snowfall occurs, be sure to invest in snow chains for those snowy days when trying to navigate steep roads – they work wonders here, so don’t forget them next time snow starts to fall!
Lastly, snow tires. Although many people don’t have the luxury of owning a car with snow tires, it’s still essential to ensure your car is prepared for winter driving, so check out our selection of different snow chains and snow tires available here ! Stay safe everyone this winter season!
Defrost Your Windshield with a Cool Water Bottle Trick
One of the easiest ways to remove frost from a cold window is by using an empty water bottle as a makeshift hairdryer. It sounds strange but it works well – just squeeze the sides so that cool air comes out.
How to defrost windows with your car’s heater
Turn the heat on full blast and let it warm up for a few minutes before clearing off the windows. You can also use this time to scrape ice from other areas of your vehicle if you are having trouble seeing through foggy windows. A plastic spatula or ice scraper will do just fine! When doing so watch out for sharp pieces that might damage glass or scratch paint jobs/asphalt – windshield wipers.
On your car’s windshield wipers
On a dry day remove any built up snow by hand if this is not possible, use a rake or broom handle from inside your vehicle to knock off as much snow as you can without damaging them. Spray an ice melt product onto the blades so they will begin working again when needed. Make sure there isn’t too much ice buildup underneath where they attach; if there is, then scrape with a plastic scraper and apply deicing spray after removing all of it.