Snow Melting Systems
We have been successfully integrating snow melting and radiant systems into commercial, retail, industrial and residential environments since 1964. When temperatures drop, heated water and antifreeze are pumped into tubing, melting any snow that collects on your driveway, walkway, stairs or roof. We back our systems by providing robust components with extended warranties along with our engineering expertise, project specific design and, system drawings, all parts and components necessary for installation and full technical support after the sale.
- Automated driveway snow melting
- Eliminate the need for physical snow removal
- Driveway snow melting increases your driveway's longevity
- Convenience, safety and peace of mind
Heated Stairs and Walkways
- Provide safe, secure and low risk environments
- Prevent hazardous accidents
- Add the benefits of an ice/snow melting system for common area maintenance
- Reducing ongoing maintenance costs
- Increasing the value of your property
Integrating Snow Melting Systems In To Green Buildings
Our experts can integrate snow melting systems with renewable energy sources such as solar thermal and geothermal as well as green building solutions such as permeable paving systems. We take pride in being able to customize our process to the needs and considerations of our clients, be they building owners, homeowners, architects, contractors or developers.
Integrated Solutions / Green Building Solutions
Snow Melting Systems can be integrated with alternative energy sources and environmentally sustainable surfaces. We have the experience and expertise to design and implement your integrated snow melting system.
- Radiant heating
- Geo-thermal heating
- Permeable Pavers
Snow/ice melting, radiant heat system is highly useful and adaptable in many applications. Libraries, offices, municipal buildings, sports stadiums and many entertainment venues incorporate sloped ramps and steps to accommodate both regular foot traffic as well as those with disabilities. We have installed a great number of snow melt systems in steps and ramps; solving the accessibility issues while staying in compliance with ADA requirements for full accessibility. Snow melting and radiant heating systems can be installed retroactivity in most pre-existing structures. There is of course a significant cost saving when it can be designed in the initial planning stage of your project.
Geothermal heating systems can be used with snow melting systems. Geothermal energy can be used to heat pavements and melt snow during the winter. Geothermal heating systems use stored heat from the earth's crust in conjunction with heat pump technology to move and amplify heat instead of making heat. Snow melting systems can be incorporated into geothermal system design.
Permeable paving systems and in particular permeable pavers, enable storm water to filter into the soil instead of draining into overwhelmed storm sewers. This can help satisfy state and local storm-water management requirements. Permeable paver systems trap pollutant and allow filtered water to reenter the ground through the actual pavement system which can eliminate or lower costs related to storm sewer systems and retention ponds. Permeable brick paver systems provide value through the reduction or elimination of retention ponds, zero puddling. Permeable paving also offers invisible repairs, long life cycles and LEED Points. In colder climates permeable paver installations can be compromised by freezing of the compacted sub-soil which can cause pavers to heave and sanding which clogs and disrupts the pavements filtration process. These problems can be eliminated by adding a heat source such as our snow melting systems.