January can bring with it some of the coldest temperatures of the year. With these cold temperatures comes ice build up on your walkways, driveways and around your curb.
Traditionally, rock salt has been one of the most effective ways to prevent ice build up and avoid any unnecessary collisions with the concrete ground. However, rock salt can also seriously damage the concrete it is trying to protect. Thus a home or business owner is forced to choose between maintaining the integrity or curb appeal of his or her concrete while also making sure that approaching the home or business is not hazardous to ones health! When planning on de-icing this season keep some things in mind:
For all your maintenance needs this January contact the experts at VHM Home Maintenance, they can set you up with the right materials and the right advice to survive the cold!
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