Snow and ice melting technology...
... can add safety and prolong the life of your driveway or sidewalk.
Tired of sweeping, shoveling, plowing, salting, or just grouching about snow and ice on your patio, walkway, or driveway? Hydronic technology available through Pittsburgh Radiant can end these hassles, make your driveway and sidewalk safer all winter, and also prolong their life.
Hydronic Snow and Ice Melting (SIM) and Radiant Floor Heating (RFH) involve laying a pattern of special heat-transfer pipe under your driveway or sidewalk. We can use engineering and weather data to help you design a system with output capacity perfectly tailored to your unique installation.
These systems can be installed in any number of substrates from pavers to concrete. A typical system works with conventional heating equipment. Automatic sensors turn the system on when snow starts and off in warm weather,
Pittsburgh Radiant can arrange installations using Hydronic technology by Rehau, an international leader in the plastics industry,
Either technology can be used in almost any residential or commercial application. Visit Pittsburgh Radiant in the Allgreen, Inc. showroom to see examples of these products and find out how economical it can be to use snow and ice melting technology in your next project!
Send E-mail to Rob Blair at:
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Last update 4 March 2015