During winter weather, salt provides safer surfaces for pedestrians and vehicles. From cleaning off sidewalks to clearing interstates, salt makes it possible for people and traffic to move safely. Clear roads also keep businesses running.  Communities lose wages, retail sales and tax revenues when roads are closed or people don’t feel safe traveling. Before salt was used to clear roads, snow and ice on the highways endangered lives and slowed or stopped traffic. Now, salt is used to not only remove snow and ice, but it is also applied in advance of a storm to help prevent ice from developing on paved surfaces. It’s an economical way to keep roads open.

Salt melts ice down to a pavement temperature of Fahrenheit.
Melt the ice and snow with our ice melt products
Rock Salt  50 lb. bag $7.99  (includes sales tax)
Rock Salt  25 lb. bag $4.99  (includes sales tax)


Ice and snow melt the moment they come in contact with Calcium Chloride which offers one of the lowest melting temperatures available. A powerful, self-initiating chemical reaction generates heat, so melting occurs even in exceptionally cold weather.  They look like little white beads and are much safer for the environment, animals, and concrete.

Melts ice to 25° below zero Fahrenheit.

Calcium Chloride   50 lb. bag $17.99 (includes sales tax)