ELECTRONIC SNOW ALERT

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  1. jimsmowin

    jimsmowin LawnSite Member
    Posts: 79

    ELECTRONIC SNOW AND ICE ALERT MADE BY sensors instruments co. any body have one or herd of this info comes from SNOW&ICE MANAGER 1999 page 26, thanks for any help; JIM
     
  2. xtremeoutdoorservices

    xtremeoutdoorservices LawnSite Member
    Posts: 5

    I JUST ORDERDED THE ELECTRONIC SNOW ALERT, I LET YOU KNOW HOW IT WORKS AFTER I GET IT. LET IT SNOW!
     
  3. jimsmowin

    jimsmowin LawnSite Member
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    WHERE DID YOU ORDER IT FROM AND HOW MUCH, THANKS JIM
     
  4. PINEISLAND1

    PINEISLAND1 LawnSite Member
    from WEST MI
    Posts: 201

  5. SlimJim Z71

    SlimJim Z71 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 691

    WOW... for $440, I think I'll stick to waking up every few hours.

    -Tim
     
  6. Greenman2ooo

    Greenman2ooo Banned
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    I couldn't justify one this year, but maybe next year. I think my sleep is worth $440 plus. Maybe you guys get back to sleep easier than I do???

    We haven't even had a plowable snow yet and I'll guarantee I've lost plenty of sleep. Just my two cents.
     
  7. Lazer

    Lazer LawnSite Bronze Member
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    I am pretty well networked with my snowplowing collegues (competitiors) in my area and frequently talk to many (nextel) during a storm.

    My question: Why not establish a local network with a central monitoring station to call guys when it snows? Everybody could specify call scenarios (Salt only, .5" 1" 1.5", etc.) and it could be staffed by a 24hr answering service (who are typically slow on the overnight anyway)

    I think many guys would be willing to pay for this type of service at a minumal cost.

    There's got to be a better way than getting up and looking out every 2 hours, especially when you get nothing. You feel like you worked half the night and have nothing to show for it.
     

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