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The Home Depot to hire over 1,100 in Salt Lake City area

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – The Home Depot is hoping to fill hundreds of open positions in the Salt Lake City area.

Over 1,100 part and full-time positions will focus on customer service, filling online orders picked up curbside or in store, unpacking overnight freight, and merchandising. The Home Depot says the positions will support its busy spring season.

Available positions will vary by store. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply by texting JOBS to 52270 or visiting the Home Depot online.

The Home Depot offers specialized resources and programs for military associates and their spouses, like customized benefits, networking, coaching, and transitional programs. They also guarantee employment opportunities to associates who are spouses of relocating members of the military.

The company recently relaxed its mask guidelines, saying fully vaccinated customers and associates are no longer required to wear face coverings, except when mandated by state and local ordinances.

Multiple other national companies are looking to hire in the Salt Lake City area. Amazon is looking to fill over 1,400 positions while UPS has over 200 job openings.

TSA is looking to hire 20 full-time and five part-time Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) to work at Salt Lake City International Airport. Newly hired TSOs will receive $500 when they start the job and an additional $500 after one year of working for TSA.

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Buying Rock Salt From Lowes or Home DepotAlthough it’s unfortunate, many home and business owners wait until after the weather turns inclement to start thinking about purchasing rock salt and ice melt. As a result, these individuals are forced to make a last-minute dash to a big box landscaping and home improvement store like Lowes or Home Depot in order to pick up some rock salt before the weather turns extremely bad.

What these individuals fail to realize is that this is not at all in their best interest. By limiting your options to the small inventory of rock salt from Lowes, for example, you could end up with an inferior product, an ice melt that doesn’t meet your specific needs, or overspending.

The smartest property owners plan ahead and purchase from a business like Braen Supply that can offer a wide range of ice melting products for low, wholesale prices.

We’ve decided to dive into some of the problems associated with buying rock salt from Lowes and Home Depot, and how to make a better decision as you purchase your ice melt this winter.

The Problems With Buying Rock Salt from Lowes & Home Depot

Because chain retailers like Lowes and Home Depot have become household names throughout the nation, many people have come to believe that they are the best sources for their landscaping and home improvement needs.

Upon further inspection, though, it’s obvious that there are some flaws associated with these stores. Some of the larger problems you might experience when buying rock salt from Lowes or Home Depot include:

  • Minimal Options – In many cases, you’ll find that the larger retail stores may have a large quantity of rock salt to sell, but that the various types of available products are actually quite limited. These stores focus on a few of the leading brands instead of offering customers the option of different brands and product functions.
  • Lack of Knowledge – Because nationwide chain stores are so large, they often require a large staff. In order to keep labor costs down, you’ll notice that many of these retailers employ people who aren’t very familiar with the products that they’re selling. This means that, should you have a question about the ice melting product that you’re planning to purchase, you may receive incorrect information about the material, or you may not be able to get any information or answers at all.
  • Higher Prices – Because so many people count on chain stores for rock salt, these stores generally have higher prices than other places.
  • Increased Likelihood of Shortages – Due to the fact that a number of home and business owners depend on major retailers like Lowes and Home Depot, these stores often see a spike in business whenever the temperatures start to drop. Because so many people are rushing out to purchase rock salt at the same time, these big box retailers are more likely to sell out of ice melting products before smaller, local suppliers. As a result, you may not be able to purchase rock salt in your moment of need.
  • No Delivery Services – For the most part, you’ll find that when you buy rock salt from Lowes or Home Depot, you won’t be able to request a delivery service to your location. The majority of big box stores don’t offer this type of service. This means that if your property requires a bulk order of ice melting materials, you’ll either need to hire a third party service to transport it from the store to you, or hire a truck to do so on your own. Either way is expensive and inconvenient.

Finding a Better Place to Buy Rock Salt

Fortunately, home and business owners have a better option than giving their business to big box retailers when purchasing rock salt and ice melt. Local suppliers like Braen Supply are focused on and passionate about the industry, and are therefore the most qualified to help customers make a decision about which type of rock salt or ice melt will best suit their needs.

Braen Supply allows consumers to pick up their own rock salt at two NJ locations, or can bulk deliver products throughout NJ, NY, PA and CT. Best of all, when you decide to buy locally, you’re supporting your own regional economy.

Next time you think about picking up rock salt from Lowes or Home Depot, reconsider. Buying from a local store like Braen Supply will offer you a host of benefits that will pay you back tenfold.

Photo courtesy of BU Interactive News.


Josh Braen is the general manager of Braen Supply. He manages both the inside and outside sales staff and oversees all day-to-day operations.

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NORTHSTAR423

01-22-2013, 09:26 PM

i went t home depot online to look at salt for salting and treating my pond they have around 7 types and kind each one i guess has a different porpoise can some one let me know which type of these salt i need to use to treat my pond and aquariums for koi and gold fish
dont want to treat with wrong kind thanks


NORTHSTAR423

01-22-2013, 09:31 PM

i went t home depot online to look at salt for salting and treating my pond they have around 7 types and kind each one i guess has a different porpoise can some one let me know which type of these salt i need to use to treat my pond and aquariums for koi and gold fish
dont want to treat with wrong kind thanks

HERE IS URL TO HOME DEPOT LINK TO SALT http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/catalog/servlet/Search?storeId=10051&langId=-1&catalogId=10053&keyword=WATER%20SOFTENER%20SALT&Ns=None&Ntpr=1&Ntpc=1&selectedCatgry=Search+All


jimfish98

01-22-2013, 09:36 PM

The biggest thing is purity. Look for the 99%+ pure salt. Most are in that range there.


Joey S

01-22-2013, 09:42 PM

No additives or Rust inhibitors, just pure salt.


Russell Peters

01-22-2013, 10:02 PM

50lb.bag for $4.49...there is no 100% pure salt...


Sweetwater

01-22-2013, 10:25 PM

This one:

http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-100172669/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&keyword=WATER+SOFTENER+SALT&storeId=10051

Also available in 80 pound bag.


Russell Peters

01-22-2013, 10:44 PM

This one:

http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-100172669/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&keyword=WATER+SOFTENER+SALT&storeId=10051

Also available in 80 pound bag.

His Home Depot doesn't have that type...


Marilyn

01-22-2013, 10:59 PM

Regardless of brand, the ingredients listed in the link Sweetwater shared are what should be sought.
99.6% (or better if another brand?) pure salt, coarse salt, no YSP additives etc. My Ace carries that Diamond Crystal albeit in 40lb bags.
Just a note, if the salt seems to be formed into pellets, avoid it. Those usually are the ones that have additives but always double check the listing on the bag to be sure. You've got to find one that doesn't have additives.


lomaponder

01-22-2013, 11:06 PM

"Solar Salt" :yes:


Russell Peters

01-22-2013, 11:09 PM

50lb.bag for $4.49...there is no 100% pure salt...

The one I listed above was from the link from the original poster. It is solar salt and a crystal form. It is the correct one that he can get at the store he specifically asked about.


Sweetwater

01-22-2013, 11:28 PM

The one I listed above was from the link from the original poster. It is solar salt and a crystal form. It is the correct one that he can get at the store he specifically asked about.

Sorry about that. Following the link took me to my local Home Depot. Probably explains why there was no 40 lb bag of salt for $4.49 listed.


NORTHSTAR423

01-23-2013, 12:03 AM

the one i listed above was from the link from the original poster. It is solar salt and a crystal form. It is the correct one that he can get at the store he specifically asked about.


ok thank one and all i see what i need now thanks for the help


totallyvictorian

01-23-2013, 09:21 AM

i went t home depot online to look at salt for salting and treating my pond they have around 7 types and kind each one i guess has a different porpoise can some one let me know which type of these salt i need to use to treat my pond and aquariums for koi and gold fish
dont want to treat with wrong kind thanks

Just a question...are you planning to salt your pond now? It is pretty cold here in Tennessee, and if you have read the threads on salt here..it is not advisable to
salt in the winter.


My water temp is 50, I just raised the salt to 4.8 to treat for ick and a couple small sores (brown spots) how long should I leave it before I start a water change? Why should you not salt?


NORTHSTAR423

01-24-2013, 08:38 AM

Just a question...are you planning to salt your pond now? It is pretty cold here in Tennessee, and if you have read the threads on salt here..it is not advisable to
salt in the winter.

no just want to treat my big inside fish tanks


Graham

01-24-2013, 09:37 AM

My water temp is 50, I just raised the salt to 4.8 to treat for ick and a couple small sores (brown spots) how long should I leave it before I start a water change? Why should you not salt?

I hope you meant 0.48, as 4.8 would be up there with the Dead Sea. If you treating for Ick then at least 3 weeks....even then I doubt that it'll clear it, as the water temp is way too low for the Ich to be active...have you done a S?S to be positive thats what you're treating. The salt may not help the sores at all at those temps


Lol that was a smart phone typo :) I bet that will clear it up lol. I meant .48% I raised it to .6% last night


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