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Why You Should Never Use Salts To Remove Ice?

If you search for ice melt on the internet, you will come across hundreds of products that promise to melt ice in a jiffy.


 

Pittsburgh, Stop Salting Your Pavements

You may already know by now that this year we’re having a La Nina weather pattern. Usually, during a La Nina year, there are cold conditions in the tropical Pacific...


 

Don’t Salt Your Steps: Ice Melting Tips

Are you not looking forward to a winter wonderland? Yes, most of us are. But one thing that we often forget is the long list of things we need to...


 

4 Things You Can Do To Reduce Your Snow Removal Cost

With winter quickly approaching and snow starting to gather up outside your home, you’re probably already starting to budget out the cost for hiring professionals to remove all the built-up...


 

Coping With Winter In Your Vegetable Garden In Virginia

Winter is here, and with winter comes an old friend, snowfall. On average, the first snowfall in Virginia occurs around October 23, and the heavy ones knock on the door...


 

5 Environmentally Friendly Ways To Melt Ice In Utah This Winter

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has predicted drier and warmer conditions for the Southern part of the United States and cool and wetter conditions for the Pacific Northwest...


 

Coping With Ice Melt Problems In Minnesota

Minnesotans! Are you ready to welcome snowy winter?  According to the updated National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released recently, Minnesota can expect more snow than usual in the coming...


 

Tips To Safely Use A Snow Melter

When we think of snow melter, you usually think of a simple solution designed to remove ice. But, do you know that snow melt or ice melt can result in...


 

How To Choose And Apply Ice Melter On Roof This Winter In Rockford, Illinois

So, the snow season is upon us. According to Farmer’s Almanac, this winter temperatures will be much above normal, on average in Rockford. Snowfall is predicted to be below normal...


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