Snowmelt system is helpful

In my local area, the cold winter weather lasts a long time. It’s not usual for us to operate the heating system for more than half the year. I typically turn up the thermostat in early September, and there’s below freezing temperatures by October. We usually have several inches of snow on the ground by Halloween. Along with temperatures down to twenty-five below zero, the snow is a constant problem. We get a lot of it. Shoveling is time-consuming, labor-intensive and unpleasant. It’s often necessary to shovel the sidewalks and plow the driveway in the morning and again in the afternoon. So much snow falls that it’s impossible to get in and out of the driveway. It can be a struggle to get the mail or walk the dog. Plus, all that snow piles up and there’s nowhere to put it. Hiring someone to regularly plow or for snow removal is costly. The ideal solution is a snowmelt system. Installed beneath the pavement of the driveway, walkways and steps, a series of pipes link to a boiler system in the basement. Just like the radiant heated floors inside the house, hot water travels through these pipes and radiates heat across the surface. Inside the house, the radiant heat keeps every room perfectly warm and cozy. Outside, the radiant heat melts away snow and ice. The system is set to automatically start up in response to temperature drop and moisture. We eliminate the huge piles of snow and the need to shovel. There’s no worry over wet feet or slipping and falling on the ice.
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