Posts Tagged ‘deicer’

How to Eliminate Common Pedestrian Hazards in Your Parking Lot

Friday, January 24th, 2020
how to eliminate common pedestrian hazards in your parking lot

Removing snowfall immediately is an important step in preventing your parking lot from developing common pedestrian hazards.

Even if you are taking measures to remove snow from your parking lot this winter, your pavement can still become dangerous to pedestrians by accumulating ice and developing cracks that can trip customers. If your visitors don’t feel safe traveling in your parking lot, you can not only lose business but suffer long-lasting damages to your reputation. To avoid the negative consequences of pedestrian hazards in your parking lot, follow the guide below for spotting dangerous areas and eliminating them as efficiently as possible.  (more…)

The Effects Of De-Icing Products On Asphalt

Friday, November 2nd, 2018
icy roads

Learn about the effects of de-icing products on asphalt.

While de-icing roads and driveways with salt and chemical de-icers is a common practice, the products can have a negative effect on asphalt. However, there are other options for effectively removing ice from your pavement without damaging the asphalt. Continue reading to learn about the impact of de-icing products and a few alternative products to try this winter. (more…)

Blizzard Warning! Why You Should NOT Use De-Icer!

Friday, January 22nd, 2016
De-Icing Chemicals Concrete

De-icing chemicals are a nightmare for your concrete. Let’s take a look at how these chemicals negatively affect your concrete and the environment.

Well, we’ve all been waiting for it (some more patiently than others) – a massive snowstorm is on its way to the Mid-Atlantic region! Blizzard Jonas is expected to produce considerable amounts of snow, heavy winds and reduced visibility. Snow like this can be hazardous. We are here to remind you once again – DO NOT USE DE-ICER! Let’s review why this winter maintenance tip is important.