There’s a certain comfort and joy about being at home while snow falls outside. It’s so peaceful and beautiful from your window while you’re warm inside. But once you have to go outside and travel in it, things can quickly change from calm to stressful. Clearing the driveway and walkways becomes your first priority. But for Infloor snowmelt system customers, they have added peace of mind that their outdoor surfaces will always be free of snow and ice, leaving them free to focus on other things. Snowmelt systems are becoming more popular in today’s homes and businesses as a convenient… READ MORE
Holland, Michigan, a town just off the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, sees a lot of snow. But instead of relying on a network of snowplows, salting, and shovels, Holland diverts waste heat from a nearby power plant to run under the streets and sidewalks to melt the snow.
Imagine waking up early on a winter weekday morning. It has been snowing all night, and you have a busy day ahead. But you’re not thinking about shoveling, you’re thinking about the delicious coffee brewing at that very moment thanks to a programmable coffeemaker. You have added peace of mind knowing your driveway and walkways and parking lot at work are already clear of snow and ice, thanks to another programmable piece of technology, an Infloor Snowmelt System.
Winter is quickly closing in, and we are busy designing and providing Snowmelt systems for many of our customers. Here’s a look at an Infloor Snowmelt System currently being installed near Denver. It is a concrete application for a patio that connects the house to the garage.
There is a silent and invisible assistant at the ground floor in the fight to save lives. And it’s one of the most unlikely, and perhaps least recognized of technological helpers. It’s radiant heating.