Salting Services

Snow Salting Services in Charlotte, NC

As the winter season reaches its peak, commercial properties must prepare for what lies ahead. Although the season is often associated with cheer and merriment, it also brings with it a mix of snow, ice, and hail — all of which can cause accidents or injuries. As such, it’s important to take precautionary measures.


Charlotte Snow Plow is a local, fully insured company that provides snow and ice salting services to businesses and properties in the Charlotte, NC area. We can complete any job in a timely and effective manner.

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Benefits of Professional Snow Salting Services

While you can de-ice your property using salt yourself, the job is best left to professionals.

Faster and More Convenient

Professional snow salting services are just plain faster than a DIY approach. We already know what to do and how to do it, which saves both time and money. Additionally, it’s significantly more convenient to leave the task to professional hands. While we perform the salting service, you can focus on your commercial property or tend to your customers.

Applied Evenly

Commercial snow removal is often a long and tricky process, especially if you don’t know how to go about it. While salt is easily accessible, applying it isn’t as simple as you might think. Salt must be applied evenly or else it has no effect. When applied in clumps, salt won’t help with deicing and snow removal.

Minimal Disruption

There’s no need to worry about closing up shop while we carry out our road salting services. When you partner with Charlotte Snow Plow, we can work with your preferred schedule and minimize disruptions to your business. We understand that remaining in operation is a top priority for you, and we’re committed to seeing that through.

Why Choose Charlotte Snow Plow?

Our technicians use the industry’s best practices when fulfilling our road salt services, so you can bet on unparalleled results every time. When you work with Charlotte Snow Plow, you work with the best in the business.



  • Snow Removal. Before applying salt to the area, we make sure to first clear it of any ice or snow. To do this, we use the latest equipment and tools, such as an industrial-grade snow plow, ice scrapers, and various solutions. By clearing the area, we allow ourselves an empty canvas of sorts where salt can be distributed evenly.

  • Pretreatment. If necessary, our technicians will use different treatments to melt the ice or prevent it from forming. These treatments include potassium chloride, potassium acetate, calcium chloride, magnesium chloride, and calcium-magnesium acetate.

  • Treated Salt. Here at Charlotte Snow Plow, we use eco-friendly and concrete-safe treated salt for your commercial property. Untreated salt isn’t suitable for temperatures below 15 degrees Fahrenheit.

A Diverse Set of Areas. Our technicians can work on an assortment of facilities and areas. We cater to hospitals, schools, malls, HOAs, and other commercial properties. We can salt sidewalks, parking lots, driveways, walkways, and more.

For the Best Snow Salting Service in Charlotte

Here at Charlotte Snow Plow, we pride ourselves on fast and proven snow salting services you can count on. We provide local businesses and commercial properties with various solutions, including snow removal, ice removal, and snow pretreatment. With years of experience and a team of highly capable professionals, Charlotte Snow Plow can help you fight the winter mix and keep your customers safe. Contact us today at 1-844-327-1986 or fill out the contact form.

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What Is Salting? And Why Does It Melt Snow?

Salting is a method wherein sodium chloride, commonly known as salt, is used to melt ice and snow by lowering their freezing point. Water freezes at a temperature of 32 °F or 0 °C. Adding salt can lower that freezing point by many degrees. When water and snow mix together, it forms a brine solution that prevents the buildup of ice.


Salting offers traction on roads and sidewalks, allowing vehicles and people to move safely without slipping. It is a cost-efficient solution during the winter months. But, left in the hands of amateurs, salting isn’t as effective as it can be.

Cities We Serve

Charlotte Snow Plow caters to properties in the following cities:

  • Charlotte
  • Ballantyne
  • Belmont
  • Concord
  • Cornelius
  • Dilworth
  • Gastonia
  • Huntersville
  • Indian Trail
  • Kannapolis
  • Kings Mountain
  • Lake Norman
  • Lancaster
  • Lincolnton
  • Matthews
  • Mint Hill
  • Monroe
  • Mooresville
  • Mount Holly
  • North Lake
  • Rock Hill

Frequently Asked Questions

A good rule of thumb is to use 2.3 pounds of salt per 1,000 square feet. This is the baseline if the ground temperature is at 30°F. Generally, the colder it is, the more salt you will have to put down.

Yes, pre-salting before snowfall can help with easier snow removal. It also prevents the snow from sticking to the ground.

Salting is best done prior to extreme weather conditions such as freezing rain. Putting down salt is more effective for snow removal and ice prevention before rain or snow than after.

Road salt is ideal when temperatures are at 25°F or above. When it drops below that, salt becomes less effective.

Salting works best before heavy snowfall or rain. Make sure to remove any snow on the ground first before you put down salt. Salting large spaces is particularly difficult, though, especially for commercial properties and residential communities. For big salting jobs, make sure to call a snow salting company like Charlotte Snow Plow.

It is better to salt your driveway before it snows. The salt works as a protective layer that prevents snow from sticking to the surface. It also makes snow removal much easier. Of course, it is also possible to apply salt after snowfall. The salt can help melt the snow, but it can take a long time. As always, preventive maintenance is better than corrective maintenance.

Yes, salt does make ice melt faster through a phenomenon called freezing point depression. Salt lowers the freezing point of water, allowing ice to melt at a much quicker rate.