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With the arrival of February, the people of western Pennsylvania held their annual Ground Hog Day celebration and the famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phil popped out of his hole and saw his shadow. Thus, predicting another six weeks of winter. Sure enough, within days of the event, a blanket of frigid temperatures and lots of snow fell across the entire country. Here in Northern Colorado, our Elves went into action working around the clock to keep our customers safe. From plowing our commercial customers to shoveling walkways for our residential clients.

Having completed their snow removal assignments, some of our Elves enjoyed a little R & R by participating in some winter activities available here in Northern Colorado such as skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. A couple of our other Elves had the privilege of grabbing lunch with a customer/friend at a local Fort Collins eatery who we will be completing an upcoming back-yard landscape renovation project for soon when temperatures improve to some extent. We discovered there is in fact a method of getting a Jason’s Deli loaded potato in your mouth through an N95 mask without compromising the safety of each other-lol!

As the Elves wait for the snow to melt and temperatures to get better during the wintery season months so; the Yard Elves can in fact return to their current landscaping responsibilities on in-progress construction sites the company is presently working on the workers do still stay busy during downtime periods working on maintaining our fleet’s equipment and vehicles so; our safety gear, tools, and work trucks are in the best shape and are always “Good to Go!” to better to serve and to respond to our clientele always.

Remember spring is just around the corner! The great thing about spring is that it is the time of year when everything around us in nature begins to change and spring encourages new life and new hope. This year all of us in Colorado need to feel warmer and to take in a breath of fresh air as we optimistically look to overcoming Covid-19 as a community and a nation. It’s going to be a much better year everyone!

The Elves

Happy Easter

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Luck of the Irish

Luck of the Irish

One of the oldest saying is that the month of March comes in like a lion and goes out like lamb. The first part of that adage was clearly realized when our recent powerful blizzard hit our state this week covering it in a blanket of cold white snow. There’s no doubt...

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A Busy January

A Busy January

As ever, the Yard Elves team has been keeping very active as the New Year rolls along. In Jan, as is always to be expected, our Snow Removal crews have been busy dealing with recent snowfall from plowing out our commercial accounts to shoveling paths and sidewalks for...

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Yard Elves 2020 in Review

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When the year 2020 began, no one could have predicted the pandemic that would materialize threatening the people of Colorado and the entire world community. It was a danger none of us have ever faced before. As always, from the start, Yard Elves’ primary concern was...

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