WarmlyYours extends electric outdoor heating products promotion

All across the continent, snow melting systems are showing up in driveways, patios, walkways, and in any place a person might have to experience the harrowing tradition we’ve come to call “shoveling.”

In fact, for the last eight consecutive quarters, snow melting systems have been among the fastest growing product lines for WarmlyYours Radiant Heating, and that trend shows no signs of slowing down.

Despite this popularity, many people are unaware that the best time to install an snow melting system is in summer — the time of year when absolutely no one wants to think about snow. This is why WarmlyYours is extending its “snow is a four-letter word” promotion until the end of June.

This limited time promotion offers you 15 percent off of all outdoor heating elements offered by WarmlyYours. This includes all cables and mats for snow melting, roof and gutter deicing, and pipe tracing systems. This promotion excludes controls and accessories.

The electric snow melting systems offered by WarmlyYours can be installed under a variety of different surfaces and are some of the only systems that can be installed in asphalt.

Don’t wait too long to get a snow melting system. This promotion, like summer, won’t last forever.

About WarmlyYours Radiant Heating
For more than 15 years, WarmlyYours Radiant Heating has offered the industry’s most innovative solutions in radiant heating technology, from our flagship floor-heating systems and radiant wall panels to snow-melting systems, as well as comfort products, including towel warmers, mirror defoggers, shower floor and bench heating, and countertop heaters.

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