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Difference Between Sand, Kitty Litter And Walk On Ice

As homeowners, we shovel fresh snow after a snowstorm and salt on our walkways. It may appear to be the most excellent technique to remove slick ice surfaces. However, we...


 

Preparing Your Driveway For The Blizzard

The biggest reason for concrete damage, erosion of roads and, and slip and fall accidents in winters is the snow and deicers. Chemical-based ice melt or deicers leads to the...


 

Tips For Applying Walk On Ice On Different Surfaces

Attempting to traverse terrain that has been frozen solid by ice is a risky endeavor. When trying to walk on ice without slipping, you should use all of your senses....


 

Best Way To Deal With Black Ice

Black ice may not be that common but a sudden surprise may not be a pleasant one.  Black ice is a thin layer of ice that forms on roads and...


 

5 Steps To Preventing Slip And Fall Accidents In Your Area

Slip and fall accidents are common in winters. As a responsible citizen, you don’t want such accidents near your house and area. If you’re wondering how to walk on ice...


 

Upkeeping Your Premises For Employee Safety

Injuries and accidents in the winter season are common. While we cannot control snow and weather we can take a few precautions to keep ourselves safe from the winter woes....


 

Helpful Hints On Walking On Snow Or Ice

Every year there are numerous cases of slip, trip, and fall, especially during the winter months due to snow and ice. If you’re a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to keep...


 

Black Ice And Your Pets- Things To Keep In Mind

Walking on the ice is challenging as well as dangerous. Black ice is even more dangerous as well as difficult to spot. It is a thin invisible icy layer on...


 

Black Ice On The Parking Lot- What To Do?

At one point in time, sand and salt were very popular for creating traction. Salt is often considered a natural way to melt ice, which it is not and we...


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