After 3 Days, 702 Man Hours, and an Infinite Amount of Shoveling, Mack Landscape Management has Conquered Jonas.
First, we at Mack Landscape Management want to thank all of our clients who patiently waited to be dug out. This storm pushed our crews and equipment to the brink and we understand the frustration we caused you. We understand we have much to improve upon despite this being a "once-in-seven-years" event. We all assure you next time you will be the first ones with cleared and salted drives in the neighborhood.
Mack Landscape is investing in top-of-line machinery in order to insure that you are taken care of in the way you have grown accustom to. Premium, unfaltering, and reliable service. You can expect faster service, and reliable personnel answering your emails and phone calls rapidly. This storm required even Eric Mack, the owner, to work nearly 72 hours straight. That goes for our 18 employees as well, who managed to push through with a total of 8 hours down time within that 3 day pandemonium.
Mack Landscape Management collectively used 32,000 pounds of salt product, and removed 384,000 cubic feet of snow.
Some much needed R & R half way through the storm.
According to the National Weather Service, King of Prussia got the most snow in the region, measuring 26.1 inches. Officially, there were 22.1 inches at the Philadelphia Airport. This storm was large but Jonas wasn't quite the record-holder. It came close: Saturday's snowfall in Philadelphia was the fifth-greatest calendar-day snowfall ever. And the storm total of 22.4 inches of snow is the fourth-largest on record.
Again, we all at Mack Landscape Management THANK YOU for your patience and your continuing faith in us and our services.