Heated Sidewalks: The Innovative Solution to Ice Hazards

- Heated walkway mats - Snow and ice removal - 2- or 3-foot widths - Various lengths (5' to 60') - Heat output of 50 watts per square foot - Installation on existing concrete or asphalt surfaces - Additional 2" pour - Installation on earth's surface before a new pour - Hand rolling recommended for asphalt installations - Heated walkway pavers - Snow melting mats or cables - Placement on earth's surface - Layer of sand or fine gravel - Fully automated and maintenance-free system - Qualified electrician for wiring - Warranty validity - Installation process for a radiant snow melting system - Concrete sidewalks - Heating cable laid out after frame and remesh installation - Paver walks - Heat cable embedded in paver sand or mortar - Proper spacing and zip ties for securing cable to remesh - Pre-sleeves for handrail installation - Caution to prevent cable damage with shovels - Contact information for more information about snow melting systems.

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Heated Driveway Hydronic: CostEfficient Solution for Winter Belle

- Hydronic snow melting systems - Hot water and propylene glycol - Prevent freezing - Circulated through PEX tubing - Heated by a water heater (boiler) - Routes through PEX tubing to warm driveway or sidewalks - Retains heat after boiler shuts down - Various energy sources - Lower operating cost than electric snow melting systems - High-quality components - Fully automated - Snow sensor to activate system only when needed - Customer service and support - Free installation training courses - Professional system design and engineering - Flexible PEX tubing - Mixture of hot water and propylene glycol - Natural gas, propane, or oil powered - Higher installation costs compared to electric systems - Lower operating costs over time - Durable and resistant to chemicals and corrosion - Long service life - Easily repaired if kinked - Contact a radiant heat expert for more information and price estimate.