Bulk Salt & Bagged Salt

If you are a contractor or a municipality you need to keep your city streets, walkways and parking lots clean and safe all winter long.

We offer both treated and untreated bulk salt and bagged salt.  We are committed to providing you with the type of salt product you need when you need it.

Call (847) 459-7200 or stop by one of our locations to order.

We are open 24/7 during snow events.

Winter Hours (Dec 1 to Feb 28)
Monday – Friday: 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Additional Resources: Commercial Services | Contractor Pickup & Delivery | Grinding & Screening | Dumping Services | Certified Playground Safety Inspector | Contractor Estimate Request

Bulk Salt

Bagged Salt

Ice Away Rock Salt

Ice Away Rock Salt

  • Melts to +5oF
  • Sodium Chloride

$5.99 per bag
$4.99 per bag (pallet pricing)
$244.51 per pallet (49 bags per pallet)

*Save $49 when you buy a pallet*

Lightning Premium Ice Melter

Lightning Premium Ice Melter

  • Melts to -20oF
  • Blue Dye
  • Magnesium Chloride and Corrosion Inhibitor

$7.90 per bag
$6.90 per bag (pallet pricing)
$338.10 per pallet (49 bags per pallet)

*Save $49 when you buy a pallet*

Sizzle Professional Ice Melter

Sizzle Professional Ice Melter

  • Melts to -25oF
  • Lavender Dye
  • Calcium Chloride and Sodium Chloride

$8.75 per bag
$7.75 per bag (pallet pricing)
$379.75 per pallet (49 bags per pallet)

*Save $49 when you buy a pallet*

Peladow Calcium Chloride

Peladow Calcium Chloride

  • Melts to -25oF
  • White Pellets
  • Calcium Chloride

$14.25 per bag
$13.25 per bag (pallet pricing)
$728.75 per pallet (55 bags per pallet)

*Save $55 when you buy a pallet*

Bulk Salt

Bulk Delivery Available  •  10 Ton Minimum

Rock Salt  –  $129 per ton picked up
Treated Rock Salt  –  $149 per ton picked up

Prices are subject to change without notice. No mixing of product for pallet price savings. Tax not included.

All chart rankings are based on products being used as directed. (1) Salt, potassium chloride, magnesium chloride and calcium chloride do not chemically attack concrete. Concrete damage is caused by freeze/thaw cycles where melt water from the deicing process may soak into porous concrete and re-freeze, creating pressure within the concrete structure. Generally, the fewer number of freeze/thaw cycles, the less chances of concrete damage. The lower the working temperature of a deicer the fewer freeze/thaw cycles.