Heated Driveway Installations in Maryland
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Are You Tired of Shoveling Snow?
Heated driveways are becoming more popular among homeowners. While you might find the installation a significant investment, for many people the benefits far outweigh the costs.
In addition to keeping snow off your driveway, heated driveways melt ice off your pavement making your home a safer and more comfortable place. It also significantly reduces the need for salt and other chemicals that tend to damage your driveway. They also save you money in maintenance and repair costs long-term.
How Do Heated Driveways Work?
Heated driveways use radiant heat under the surface of your asphalt or concrete to melt snow as it lands rather than let it pile up.
There are two types of heated driveway systems: electric and hydronic. Electric systems use an electrical resistance cable laid approximately 2-inches underneath the pavement.
Hydronic systems use a flexible polymer tubing along with a boiler/water heater to pump hot water through the system. Snow melts away as you turn on the heat generated by the cable or piping.
Both types of snowmelt systems have their advantages and disadvantages. If you’d like to know more about which solution is right for your home, call Limitless Paving & Concrete, and we’d be happy to answer any questions you have.
Is a Heated Driveway Worth the Cost?
A heated driveway has many benefits for homeowners, the main one being you no longer need to shovel snow or pay a snow removal contractor. If you value your time and would like to spend less of it in your driveway with a shovel, then you should consider a heated driveway.
Plus, you’ll save money and time on salt and other de-icing products. Over time, these products will damage your pavement leading to a shorter overall service life.
A heated driveway is an excellent investment if you are looking to save time, money, and keep your driveway pavement healthy for many years to come.
Why Should I Choose Limitless Paving & Concrete to Install a Heated Driveway?
Heated driveways must be installed by a licensed, experienced contractor. Many factors can affect the proper performance of your system, including correct installation, good drainage, and the condition of your current driveway. It’s essential that you choose a paving contractor that has experience and an excellent reputation in the community. Not all driveways can be retrofitted with a radiant heat system, and a complete driveway replacement may be necessary to have your system installed.
We offer a wide variety of snow melting solutions from several manufacturers, ensuring that your home gets the most suitable solution. With Limitless Paving & Concrete, we pride ourselves on excellent communication. We will go over with you, in detail, the benefits and challenges of your project before we get to work.
We’d be happy to schedule a free inspection and give a no-obligation quote to determine if one of our radiant heat solutions is right for you. As with all of our other services, we are committed to 100% customer satisfaction. Call us today and enjoy the peace of mind knowing you will never have to shovel snow off your driveway again.
Heated Driveway F.A.Q.
A) Anyone who has had the experience of shoveling their driveways for countless of hours each winter will understand the difference a properly installed heated driveway can make. With heated driveways, you are able to remove all the snow accumulated in your driveway at the push of a button without even having to step outside. We know the headaches during winter months caused by removing snow. In fact, if you are like most people out there, you probably spend countless hours each winter shoveling your driveway manually. But if you have a heated driveway, you can effectively get rid of all the snow on the driveway at just the push of a button – no shoveling needed.
A) It doesn’t actually matter. Heated driveway systems can be installed underneath pretty much all types of surface – be it a patio, decks, sidewalks, or anything else. Get in touch with our Frederick office to schedule an inspection. Simply put, wherever you want to avoid using a shovel for removing massive piles of snow, you can install a driveway heating system.
A) Depending on the work involved, the average heated driveway in Frederick, Maryland can cost anywhere around $12 to $20 per square foot. However, we also offer custom packages to our customers depending on their needs and preferences. Get in touch with one of our friendly estimators at Limitless Paving and Concrete, for more information.
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