Are Heated Driveways Eco-Friendly?

Driveway Heating is Easy on You and the Environment

There is a lot to love about having a heated driveway. You abscond from back breaking snow removal after every single snow storm for the entire time you live with a radiant heated driveway. You should love your radiant heated driveway for that perk alone, but it does so much more. Having a heated driveway allows you to stash your snow shovel, snow blower, salt and deicing products. You don’t have to hire anyone to provide snow removal and you don’t have to do it yourself either.

Grass damaged from salt applied to melt snow during winter

Because of the simple automation of radiant heated driveways there is no longer a worry about using harsh chemicals to keep the ice away. The snow melting system takes the burden of snow removal from you and the harsh products out of your soil and gutters. Installing a heated driveway helps keep the environment clean, by avoiding cruel environmentally toxic products.

Radiant heated driveways are wise investment to any new home construction and a valuable resale home improvement project to your lived in and loved in home. But heated driveways also reduce your impact on the environment by eliminating fuel emissions from your snow blowers, trucks with blades, even four-wheelers that push snow. The costs are more minimal that you might imagine as the technology is perfected and the competition more savvy, pushing everyone to improve on the radiant heating cables being used as well as the overall cost to the end users.