I have serious back problems so I always end up paying for it every time I pull out my snow shovel and clear my driveway.
Luckily, the winters in my neck of the woods are relatively mild in terms of snowfall. That means the actual times I need to shovel snow are few and far between.
But if I lived in upstate New York, Utah, the northern great plains or some other area where it snows often and deep I’d want a way to keep the snow off my driveway without ever having to pick up a snow shovel!
I’d probably just hire someone to do my snow removal chores for me, but I’d definitely consider installing a driveway heating system under my driveway if I was planning to have new asphalt put down anyway.
A heated driveway will melt any snow that falls on it, leaving it nice and clear regardless of how low the temperature drops or how much snow happens to fall.
Check out this very short video that shows a heated driveway in action.
Note: As always, you can watch the video at full screen
by clicking the “square” icon in the lower right-hand
corner of the video.
Pretty neat, right? That’s a back-saver for sure!
And here’s another short video that shows the very heated driveway being installed.
(Again, be sure to click the “square” icon to watch it at
If you’re interested in having a heated driveway system installed you’ll find lots of great information at WarmlyYours.com.
If you’re the “Do-It-Yourself” type you’ll find all the components of the WarmlyYours heated driveway system at Amazon.
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