Winnipeg Weather Forecast for March 2012 is Great for Building!

Have you had a look at Winnipeg’s long range weather forecast lately?  All I can say is that from now until March 20th we are in store for higher temperatures than normal – 6 degrees all the way up to 15 degrees Celsius!

What better year to get a jump on the building season?

Have you been losing patience waiting for the weather to clear so you can build that sunroom you’ve been saving for?  Maybe you want to get a jump on the flooding season and reinforce your cottage on a high and dry water-proof foundation?  Or, perhaps you are a contractor who can’t wait to get out the tool-belt so you can put some dough in your wallet.

It might not be concrete season just yet, but we at Postech Winnipeg are chomping at the bit to continue getting some early projects completed.  Just this week we installed 10 custom-ordered massive screw piles for a commercial ramp in Winnipeg (and the weather was nothing like what is in store).

Don’t wait, let’s take advantage of this great weather and get your projects built before the Benjamins even know they’re falling behind.

For the month of March 2012, Postech Winnipeg will even pre-drill through the frozen soil for FREE – you get an off-season foundation for the same price as a regular season foundation. 

Serving Winnipeg, Rural Manitoba, and Cottage Country.  Visit your favourite Manitoba piling contractors online at screwpiling.ca or call us now at (204) 793-0653 in Winnipeg or toll-free 1 (855) 474-5464 (4-PILING).

About screwpiling

We install premium pile foundations which are guaranteed against movement due to frost heaving. Our piles are affordable and professionally installed according to torque, this means you get a perfect install every time! We proudly serve the Greater Winnipeg Area, Steinbach, South-East Manitoba and Interlake regions. Start off on a solid foundation with a Postech Thermal Piles, the most solid and stable piles ever designed.
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