We’re excited to introduce the two latest additions to the Yetti Construction team! With both trucking and operations experience, these two members are helping us grow and expand our services offered in Hillsburgh and the surrounding communities.
As this winter season comes to an end, and we wrap up our final month of snow removal, we, at Yetti Construction, tend to take a step back and reflect on the season. It had a quiet start, and although the first light snow fell in October, winter did not truly hit until after the holidays in January. But hit it did, and hard.
Particularly with the hot, dry spring we had this year, the Fall is the ideal time to hydroseed. You may have some blotchy grass patches that require overseeding, or you would like an entire lawn seeded for next spring. Either way, hydroseeding can accomplish the desired outcome.
Well, we made it through another winter! One of the worst we’ve had in a long time, where we averaged 30 plows per customer, for the entire season. A massive ice storm at the end of April topped it all off, but that’s what makes this current sunny weather feel that much better!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope you all enjoyed some well-deserved time off with friends and family this long weekend. We enjoyed a couple nights at the Erin Fall Fair, including entering a car in the demolition derby. It was great to see so many of you there to cheer us on! A good chunk of our long weekend was also spent preparing our trucks and equipment for the upcoming snow season.
Yetti Construction is excited to announce that as of May 2017, we have moved locations to 6112 8th line of Hillsburgh.
Here at Yetti Construction we have been demoing all types of equipment over the past 2 years. We are proud to announce that we have added our very own CAT 420EIT Backhoe to our growing fleet! This new addition has enabled us to expand our operations in both summer and winter.
While a majority of people dread the coming of winter and all the "joys" that come with it; scraping their car off in the morning, shoveling their way out the door, icy roads, terrible traffic, and the constant cold, I've always viewed it differently. Even as a kid, winter was a season to look forward to. Although my passion for both skiing and snowmobiling might have helped with that, snow was never something that slowed me down.
So, you’re thinking of hiring a contractor to help you with your latest landscaping project? Or you are just sick of shoveling your own driveway? If you’ve never hired a contractor before, here are a few things you should think about and ask prospective contractors before you sign on the dotted line. And by the way, you should read all that fine print before you put your John Hancock on that line!
Why Yetti? I get asked this question quite often and the answer is simple; because it stuck. But truly, it is more than that.
“The Yeti” was a nickname that caught on when I was 15 years old, standing over 6 feet tall with a full beard. Despite being two years younger than him, my older brother, Bryce, had started calling me “Sasquatch” due to my height and huge feet. This name quickly caught on, and spread like wildfire among my family and friends. The nickname was altered to “The Yetti” on my 18th birthday when my parents gave me the vanity license plate THEYETTI. It had to have two T’s because any plate with YETI was already taken. Like me, Yetti is unique and fits me to a T.
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