Ice & Snow Melt

Keep your parking lots and walkways safe!

When the weather gets nasty, we can help make sure your property is safe. We offer pre-treatment before snow/ice storms or we can service your business afterwards to help accelerate the melting process.

Choosing to use Ice Melt can prevent dangerous slip-and-falls as well as any hazardous conditions for driving. If you have a parking lot, walkways, or large entrance, this is the best solution for removing ice!

What is Ice Melt? 

Ice melt is a liquid pre-treatment applied to concrete and asphalt to help melt ice and snow. Ice melt works by lowering the freezing point of water, so water will remain liquid at temperatures colder than 32F. It works best as a pre-treatment so it can form a barrier over the concrete to keep ice from accumulating, but it works afterwards as well.

Ice Melt
Snow Melt

Benefits of Ice Melt

What are the benefits of Ice Melt Services? 

  • Can be applied quickly
  • Works quickly to melt
  • Doesn’t track like salt
  • Will not damage/corrode concrete like salt
  • Pet and environmentally friendly
  • Safe for asphalt
  • Easily washed away for cleanup
  • Can be applied before a snow or ice storm or after

Ice Melt vs. Rock Salt

The Ice Melt that we use is non-toxic and calcium chloride based. It’s generally safe for most pets and plants, while rock salt can be more harmful to plants and vegetated areas. Rock salt can also be dangerous to pets and animals since it cause gastrointestinal disorders when ingested. Ice Melt also works much faster than rock salt because it is able to generate natural chemical heat.

Will Ice Melt Damage Concrete?

The easy answer is no. But there are some fair concerns that de-icers can damage the concrete due to the chemicals that heat and melt the ice. The good news is that our ice-melt is not salt based and is a much more environmentally-friendly solution. Also, the chemicals in the ice melt are not going to harm the concrete.

Additionally, the residue of salt that is left behind can damage concrete, pavers, lawns, wood, and decking. It can also be tracked inside to damage floor coverings and wooden floors. This is not the case with our ice-melt products.

Snow melt

Our Process is Easy

  1. Get A Quote – We strive to provide transparent pricing from the start. We’ll ask you a few questions about your business and the surfaces we’ll be cleaning, then give you a fair assessment of what it will take to get the job done.
  2. Get Scheduled – We will get a date on the calendar that works best and then you can expect text and email reminders of when we’ll be arriving.
  3. Get Ice and Snow Melt Treatment – We will arrive on time, get to work, and leave your property better than when we found it.


Call for A Free Consultation Today!