Every winter, property owners, managers and of course contractors rely heavily on the ability to melt troublesome snow and ice from our paved roads, parking lots, driveways and sidewalks. A common snow and ice melting practice includes the application of specific granular and/or liquid ice melt materials (sodium chloride, calcium chloride, potassium chloride, etc.) directly to paved surfaces either before, during and/or after a winter precipitation event. Ice free pavement can be readily achieved with the right ice melt material, calibrated application equipment and proper timing. A great way to ensure the best application timing and to reduce the cost of ice melt materials applied is by maintaining adequate seasonal ice melt supply directly at the property being serviced.
1). Temporary steel storage container (also known as a shipping container or conex box). Sizes vary from 10′ to 53′ in length, 8′-10′ in width and up to 9.5′ tall. Containers can be rented or purchased.
2). Unused garages or sheds.
Please be sure to contact Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc. with any winter service related questions you may have. Thank you for reading our blog and have a great day!