Heat-Line Reports Record Sales of Retro-Line as Property Owners Prepare Water Systems Before Winter Freeze

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Heat-Line Freeze Protection Systems (http://www.heatline.com) reports record spring/summer sales of their internal heat tracing system Retro-Line, as cottage and rural property owners nervous about a repeat of last winter’s extreme cold temperatures prepare well in advance to protect outdoor waterlines from freezing this winter.

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Last year’s long cold winter has been good for business as people are rushing to install waterline freeze protection systems.

Heat-Line Freeze Protection Systems (http://www.heatline.com), a Canadian company that designs, develops and manufactures an extensive line of innovative freeze protection products for the home, cottage and multiple commercial applications, reports record sales this spring and summer of Retro-Line—an internal heat tracing system designed to provide freeze protection for existing polyethylene water supply lines. The jump in Retro-Line sales is due in large part to rural homeowners and vacation property owners who are purchasing the freeze protection systems to protect vulnerable waterlines from freezing. According to Heat-Line C.E.O. Lorne Heise, memories of last year’s brutally cold winter and the damage caused by the extended deep freeze is prompting owners to prepare their rural home or cottage water systems early—well in advance of the winter.

“Last year’s long cold winter has been good for business as people are rushing to install waterline freeze protection systems so they won’t get caught unprepared if we have another winter like the one we endured last year. Many rural home and cottage water systems froze last winter and owners don’t want a repeat performance,” says Heise. “This spring and summer has been markedly busier than usual, and we are also anticipating a higher volume of sales for the fall and winter of 2014/2015. Currently, we are building up our inventory so that we will be able to meet the higher demand in sales that we are expecting. We have also signed on a new sales representative for Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and South Dakota, to help market and promote awareness of our freeze protection products in new market areas," reports Heise.

Retro-Line is an internal heat tracing system that was designed to provide freeze protection for existing polyethylene water supply lines (CSA 75 PSI or CSA 100 PSI) without their removal. As there is no need to excavate below the frost line, Retro-Line is easy to install and can be used for many different water supply pipe applications including, cottages, rural homes, farms and resorts. The product can be used in river, lake, and dug or drilled well applications and also work in conjunction with other Heat-Line products and accessories making it the most energy-efficient and reliable freeze protection systems on the market. Retro-Line is cCSAus approved and comes with a five-year limited warranty.

Contact Information:
Lorne Heise, CEO
Heat-Line Freeze Protect Systems
a division of Christopher MacLean Ltd.
1095 Green Lake Road
Carnarvon ON K0M 1J0
Local: 705-754-4545
Toll Free: 800-584-4944

About Heat-Line: Located in Haliburton, Ontario, Heat-Line Freeze Protect Systems is a Canadian company that specializes in developing and manufacturing advanced water pipe freeze protection systems using advanced self-regulating technology. Heat-Line offers an extensive line of safe, innovative and energy efficient freeze protection products for home, cottage, commercial and industrial applications. Eliminate water line freeze up and pipe freezing economically and effectively, even in the coldest climates, with cable heat trace systems from Heat-Line. To learn more about Heat-Line water pipe freeze protection systems and other quality Heat-Line products, including Kompensator, Paladin, Retro-Line, CARAPACE, and ArcticVent, visit http://www.heatline.com or call 1-800-584-4944.

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