Supporting Federal, State, County, Tribal and City Government
Desert Mountain Corporation is proud to have assisted Federal, State, County, Tribal and City government branches in New Mexico, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Texas and Utah. With over 27 years in the dust control, ice melting, road stabilization and soil stabilization business, we are the company that these entities know they can count on for assistance in safeguarding the public with eco-friendly solutions for icy or dirt roads. Our solutions help them ensure public safety, reduce equipment usage and expense, meet budgets and conserve water.
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Safety the first priority for Desert Mountain – for our customers and their communities. Our goal is to assist government public works departments in creating and maintaining safer:
The health of our communities depends on it. Desert Mountain Corporation believes that safer roads save lives. We utilize the best performing and most environmentally friendly ingredients available for our dust control, soil stabilization and ice melting products. Our drivers are experienced in applying the granular and liquid solutions in the precise amounts to the targeted areas to maximize your investment and minimize product waste and runoff. A strong road is a safe road – minor washout damage from heavy rains or melt off can be diminished or even prevented with the solutions we offer.
With budgets tight, public works and roads departments cannot afford major repairs, to upgrade or replace equipment on a frequent basis. By utilizing a soil stabilization product on frequently traveled community roads and bus routes, it reduces the need for watering and grading of those roads. It also frees up the equipment and trained personnel to address other concerns. Imagine being able to put that driver on another assignment or using the water truck half as much – that will really stretch out its life expectancy.
Snow plowing equipment that doesn’t have to work as hard to move the snow off of the major thoroughfares will hold up longer. The long life of Ice Slicer, our granular solution, may reduce the snowplow hours for your team. Utilize a de-icing granular product that is designed to perform better (down to 0*) and gradually melt away without the mess of sanding. Learn more about Ice Slicer vs. Sand & Salt.
Public Works budgets continue to shrink. The fine balancing act between public need and fiduciary constraints weighs heavily on the shoulders of Public Works Departments. When you can spend a little more upfront and ensure the safety and longevity of a road, parking lot or special event area while conserving water and man hours, everyone wins.
One of our most valuable natural resources, water, is often overused in dirt road maintenance when dust control palliatives are not utilized. A properly treated dirt road or parking lot will use 50% less water than one that is not treated. In areas where water rationing is taking place (or may soon), that can mean the difference between having enough water for other projects or community needs. The man hours, use of water trucks, and blading are all reduced when high traffic areas are well preserved.
Trust Desert Mountain Corporation to take care of your icy or dirt roads. We have the knowledge, a variety of solutions and the experience to take that worry off your plate. Selecting the right pre and post-winter event products is easier with the seasoned professionals at Desert Mountain. We’ll work with you to determine if you need Ice Slicer for all your roads, MeltDown for your bridges or a combination of both. And in the summer, we’ll help you select the correct solution and application level for fugitive dust control and to create safer dirt roads for the public.
If we can be of further assistance or answer any questions, please contact us or call 877-718-3878 or reach out to your local sales representative:
Wyoming, Idaho & Montana
Arizona & Southern California
Four Corners Area, Southern Colorado & Utah
Desert Mountain Corporation – Keeping Roads Safe Since 1990!