U.S. Lawns uses a variety of products (such as liquid deicers) to help prevent ice from forming or adhering on your walkways, and to melt it quickly when it does appear. Ice melts are among the most important winter weather services we offer because ice leads to slip-and-fall injuries as well as car accidents.
Ice Melts for Concrete Surfaces
At U.S. Lawns, our teams have expert knowledge in the many different ice melt products on the market. It’s important to choose a product that will keep your roads and walkways clear, and we can help you find just the right ice melts for your property. There are many options to choose from, each with their own unique characteristics. For instance:
- Liquid deicers quickly remove ice and can prevent ice from forming, but they’re not as effective on thick layers of built-up ice or snow pack
- Granular deicers can keep traction on roadways and can help penetrate thicker layers of ice
- Sand can provide valuable traction, but it’s not able to melt snow or ice
Whether it’s a brine solution or a chemical compound, we’ll identify the perfect de-icing solution for your property. Best of all, we’ll visit your property to apply it preventatively and after ice has built up, keeping your walkways clear for visitors.
U.S. Lawns – Raleigh
3305 Ruritania Street
Raleigh, NC 27616
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Ice Melts are Part of Your Snow and Ice Management Contract
Just like we visit your property throughout the year to provide inspections, maintenance, and enhancements, we’ll automatically provide ice melt services when cold weather strikes. While many property owners are forced to wait for services because they’re not on the appropriate waiting list, we’ll be there with the appropriate granular or liquid deicers when you need us.
Contact U.S. Lawns today to learn more about how we help keep our customers’ properties free of icy buildup throughout the winter.
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