Ice Control, Ice Melting & Ice Removal Services
Looking for ice control in North Vancouver for your residential or commercial properties? Well, ice might cause serious problems for property owners, which is why it is essential to get a hold of the best ice melting services from us as soon as possible. Our professionals are well versed with all ice-forms and can offer reliable salting services for parking lots, traffic areas, walkways, entryways and much more. With our ice removal services in Vancouver BC, you can save yourself from slips and falls.
Even for commercial areas like communities, nursing homes and retail centers, our ice melting services prove to be very useful. We care for your surroundings and don’t want to face any risk while driving or walking.
All accumulated ice is melted in no time. For property owners, our services prove to be a blessing in disguise. Our company offers affordable services coupled with perfection.
We offer a variety of services to prevent any ice formation, and we will choose only the best fit for your needs. Ice formation is the main factor to all the insurance court claims therefore it will be our priority to take care of
Limitless Snow Removal – we prevent our clients from receiving any insurance claims and allow them to focus on things that matter to them most…
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Methods that we utilize
- COMMERCIAL SALT GRAIN
- BRINE SOLUTION
- ICE MELTER
Here are the means for de-icing that we use for our clients
Rock salt (Sodium Chloride, NaCl) is more effective once the ice is already formed on the ground. The lowest effective temperature of salt +20°F (-7°C). Salt is easily applicable and is more traditional
Brine can be applied with much more precision than salt, which spreads as it’s sprayed. For this reason alone, it often causes less damage than bulk salt.
In general, brine takes longer to melt ice than salt does. This is why we use it most often as a pre-treatment solution for preventing the formation of ice on the walkable surfaces of a property
Ice melt comparisons are more complex. Ice melt describes a chemical class of salt that prevent ice from forming. Not every ice melt is made from the same ingredients or used in the same application.
Calcium Chloride (CaCl2) is the most widely used non-sodium chloride deicer and the one that we use. Its lowest effective temperature, -25°F (-32°C), is below that of other common deicers. Calcium chloride is a hygroscopic material that attracts moisture from its surroundings, speeding the creation of brine to give melting action a fast start
Sand doesn’t melt snow and ice; it sits on top, providing a gritty surface to improve traction and help prevent slips and falls.
The primary drawback with sand is that it must be swept up between storms to prevent little piles from building up. There are big benefits to sand: for one thing, it can also be reused; simply sweep it up and place it in a bucket for use next year, or incorporate it into clayey soil to create tiny air pockets that can improve water flow and promote healthy plant growth. It also doesn’t harm the soil if some of it washes away.
Sand can be used at any temperature