WarmlyYours Introduces New Portable Snow Melting Mats

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WarmlyYours, an industry leading manufacturer of radiant heating products, including electric floor heating, towel warmers and heated driveway systems, recently expanded its portfolio with the addition of outdoor portable snow melting mats.

Tired of shoveling ice and snow that accumulates in the entryway and walkways? Afraid of slipping on an ice covered stairway? Now, WarmlyYours offers HeatTrak® portable snow melting products to provide a safe passageway for family, friends, employees, and guests.

Great for home or business, HeatTrak's mats are plug-in and designed to be left out for the entire winter season. Just plug the mat in to a standard outlet right before snowfall, and flakes evaporate before accumulating. These mats are great for the sidewalk, deck, loading dock,
handicap ramp, and more. HeatTrak® walkway mats come in 17 different sizes in both 120V and 240V, with widths of 2, 3, and 4 feet and lengths up to 20 feet.

One of the most popular applications is the HeatTrak® 2' x 3' entryway mat which is just $99 and comes with a stylish charcoal gray carpet top.

There is also a HeatTrak® modular system which is designed to accommodate stairways with as many as 10 steps. Each individual stairway mat is 11" x 31" and can be customized for only the number of stairway mats that you actually need.

All WarmlyYours home comfort solutions are backed by our exclusive 24/7 installation support service and lifetime technical assistance plan for maximum customer confidence and convenience. For more information about WarmlyYours, call (800) 875-5285 or visit http://www.WarmlyYours.com.

WarmlyYours is a preferred vendor for CCA Global, Shaw Flooring Alliance, CarpetsPlus / ColorTile, Floor-To-Ceiling, SEN, BKBG and DreamMaker. For additional information and expanded content, contact Erin Mitmoen, Marketing Communications Coordinator,
Tel: (847) 550-2453; e-mail: emitmoen(at)warmlyyours.com;
website: http://www.WarmlyYours.com/press.

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