Kansas City Skyline at Sunset
Kansas City Skyline at Sunset

Kansas City (KC) sits on Missouri's western edge, straddling the border with neighboring Kansas. Located in the heart of the Midwest, as well as near the geographic center of the country, Kansas City lies at the confluence of the longest river in the country, the Missouri River, and the Kansas River (also known as the Kaw River). KC is renowned for its barbecue, jazz heritage and fountains. 

Kansas City winters can be unpredictable with December and January recording the most snowfall. Based on currentresults.com the average snow fall in December is 4.4 inches while January experiences 4.1 inches. While winter can bring hazardous icy, snow-covered walkways and driveways, there is a convenient solution. A snow melting system from WarmlyYours can ease the stress of winter by saving you from dealing with the snow removal and any expensive de-icing chemicals, while it ensures that your home can be safely accessed. 

WarmlyYours has Got Your Back with Driveway Heating

This homeowner was replacing his driveway and with the variability of winter weather in KC he figured a driveway heating system would be worth the investment. He was getting close to retirement age and wanted to save himself (and his back) from the wear and tear of another winter keeping his large (29 foot wide x 55 foot long) driveway free of snow. When he discovered that a free installation plan comes with the system, that sealed the deal for him. This layout plan helps ensure that the installation goes smoothly. See below.

Snow Melting Cable Installation Plan - Driveway
Snow Melting Cable Installation Plan - Driveway

The cost for a WarmlyYours snow melting cable system to heat 1593 square feet of his new concrete driveway was $11,915.00. That amounts to just $7.48 per square foot. Now, check out the variety of snow melting controls available to operate the system. 

There are Controls to Minimize Operating Costs

Advanced Snow Melting System Controls by WarmlyYours
Advanced Snow Melting System Controls

From manual and economy to advanced and premium, there are a wide range of snow melting controls designed to meet any budget. The WarmlyYours Manual Snow Melt Control is a simple, affordable option. This unit features a 12-hour, adjustable timer and a NEMA 1 enclosure with hinged cover. The Manual Snow Melt Control is appropriate for use with relay panels with 120 VAC operational voltage, and is UL listed.

This homeowner chose the Advanced Snow Melt Control that provides for advanced control of snow melting while helping minimize operating costs. With automatic and manual override operator controls, the Advanced Snow Melt Control includes an adjustable hold-on timer to continue heater operation up to 8 hours after snow and ice accumulation stop to ensure complete melting. You can compare all the snow melting control options on our products page.

Now is the Time to Install Snow Melting – Get Started with a Free Plan

Snow Melting Cable Heating System Banner
Snow Melting Cable - Driveway

Summer is an optimal time to install snow melting, so if you’d like to see what’s available and/or get a quote, just visit www.warmlyyours.com and check out our Instant Quote Tool. Simply enter some project details to get started. We also suggest you get a free installation plan to ensure your snow melting project goes smoothly from start to finish. It’s easy as 1-2-3 to get a custom installation plan for your project, 1) you can submit a floor plan online, 2) contact a WarmlyYours sales representative at sales@warmlyyours.com or 3) simply call 800-875-5285.  

The snow melting systems are backed by our unbeatable 10-year warranty. If you have any questions during installation, it’s not a problem. You have 24/7 access to our installation experts so that you can call them with any questions at 800-875-5285. Since summer is an ideal time to install a snow melting system, why wait? Next winter you’ll be ready for whatever comes your way.

Have you already installed a snow melting system under your driveway, walkway or patio? Tell us about it by sharing your story on the WarmlyYours Facebook page or tweeting us at @WarmlyYours.


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