Managing Icy Sidewalks- 4 Tips
During the long, icy winter, you don’t want your driveways and paths to be the source of injury. There are some time-tested tips for walking on ice that we can use. Traction makes walking on snow and ice a cakewalk. So, here are four tips to keep your icy sidewalks safe for your family and visitors.
Remove Snow By Shoveling
Make sure you shovel the snow as soon as possible. Keep in mind that the longer the snow remains on the ground, the more likely it is to turn into ice. There is nothing that works better than a shovel when it comes to removing snow. As you cannot shovel all the snow, be prepared for using other effective measures to safeguard your family and guests from slippery conditions.
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