Driveway and sidewalk salt are must-have items in order to safely get through winter in Canada.
And while bulk salt is a necessity in winter, it becomes frustrating in spring when homeowners are dealing with salt damage to things like:
- Interlock pavers
- Shrubs, bushes and trees
- Patio furniture
- Wood surfaces
Slippery ice is a huge winter hazard, and it’s dangerous not to spread bulk salt, but you don’t want it to ruin your outdoor landscaping either.
You can find the solution in How to Protect Your Landscaping Surfaces from Road Salt from Lane’s Landscaping Supplies.
What you’ll learn
Inside your copy of How to Protect Your Landscaping Surfaces from Road Salt, you’ll discover what sodium chloride can actually do to a variety of landscaping surfaces.
More importantly, you’ll learn what you can do to:
- Minimize the amount of salt you need
- Apply it properly when you do spread it
You’ll also learn about the three areas where you should never use road salt, as it can do more damage than good.
Take a sneak peek inside
To see the rest of the content, you’ll have to visit our special download page to get the full copy.
Choose Lane’s Landscaping Supplies for all your bulk salt needs
This winter’s expected to be a tough one. In fact, we’ve already had heavy snow and incredibly cold temperatures. You’ll want to be really prepared for when winter really hits.
From sidewalk salt for homeowners to bulk salt for contractors, we’ve got the tough salt you need to quickly melt away the snow.
And if you’re a contractor, here are two more reasons you should trust Lane’s:
- Your order is kept all season long
- We’re open 24 hours during snowstorms.
For more information, contact us with your questions or comments.