Denver is known for its skiing, the Rocky Mountains and its mile-high elevation but while the Mile-High City is a beautiful place to behold, it’s also a cold and often snowy one. According to currentresults.com snow mostly accumulates during December and January. Typically, on two or three days in January and in December, the snow covering Denver gets to five or more inches deep.
Snowstorms of over five inches a day normally occur a couple times a year. But major blizzards that dump ten inches or more in one day are rare events, that don't necessarily happen every year. While uncommon, snowstorms of that severity can still descend on Denver anytime from October to April. A driveway snow melting system can be an essential home improvement by removing the winter hassle of shoveling snow and ice from your driveway.
Saved from Mile-High Winter Headaches with Snow Melting System
These homeowners were replacing their driveway and had heard the praises of a snow melting system from their neighbor. When it came time to start planning their project they knew they just had to include driveway heating. They chose to heat the 24 x 23-foot space with WarmlyYours snow melting mats. See floor plan below.
For this project, the cost was $4050.00 for two WarmlyYours snow melting mats to heat 405 square feet of driveway equivalent to just $10.00 per square foot. The next step is to choose from a wide variety of available snow melting controls to operate the system.
Control Your System According to Your Schedule
You can select a control from an expansive collection to perfectly suit your budget and your schedule. The assortment ranges from manual and economy to advanced and premium. One option is the snow and ice melting economy control that provides for economical, automatic operation of snow melting. Featuring a UL Listed, wall-mounted metal enclosure, it enables detection of temperature and moisture. This affordable control option is easy to program and includes a digital interface and maximum 2 sensor capability.
These Denver homeowners chose the premium, automatic snow/ice melting control for easy installation and operation to minimize energy use. The premium snow melt control includes an OT-Sensor (for use as an additional air temperature sensor) and features a UL-Listed, wall-mounted NEMA 3R enclosure. With an Energy Management Computer (EMC) interface and heater hold-on and test capabilities, the unit is rated for 120Vac and supports up to six sensors. For additional information you can review the full complement of snow melting control options on the related product pages for cables and mats.
A Smart Plan Ensures a Smooth Installation
It’s a good idea to start off right with an installation plan for your snow melting system. WarmlyYours provides a free, no-obligation SmartPlan that includes an installation plan, an electrical plan, and an itemized quote, all of which are prepared by a highly skilled team of engineers.
It’s simple to get your plan. Just provide a rough sketch of the project that includes dimensions and other relevant information, like where power will be most readily accessible. Typically, within one day of providing this information, you’ll receive your free SmartPlan. Or you can get started now with an Instant Quote here. The itemized quote included in your SmartPlan will also include MSRP pricing so that you can easily budget for your project.
All WarmlyYours snow melting systems are backed by our unbeatable 10-year warranty. In addition, you have 24/7 access to our installation specialists so that whenever you need assistance you know you can call upon our knowledgeable technical support experts at 800-875-5285 for the answers to your installation questions. Call us or visit us at www.WarmlyYours.com. We have both indoor and outdoor radiant heating solutions to simplify your life.