Category: Snow-melting

Mirror Defoggers – Look Your Best - July 4, 2014 by Alice Warnier

There is nothing like a hot shower. But that foggy mirror will slow you down if you are in a rush to get ready. Warmup has a solution for you: mirror defoggers. These ultra thin heat pads are easily affixed to the back of your bathroom mirror and will turn on and off with your existing lighting circuit. They make for an excellent upgrade in an existing bathroom or as part of your upcoming remodel. Available in rectangular and round shapes, Warmup Mirror Defoggers are priced between $40 and $100. Warmup/Mirror Defoggers.

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Heated Driveways and Walkways, Not Just For the Wealthy! - June 4, 2014

We have survived yet another winter here in the US and for many of us it was a winter wonderland where we “wondered” when we were going to get a break from the snow and/or ice.  Some folks enjoy shoveling snow or running their snow blower but here at Warmup, we offer a slightly different […]

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Read This Before You Start Shoveling Snow This Winter - October 29, 2013

More than just being a pain in the back (no pun intended), shoveling snow this winter could be downright hazardous to your health.  One study that analyzed data from US emergency departments over a 17-year period found the following: 195,000 emergency room cases 67% were males 1647 deaths With this information in mind, we found […]

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Slip & Fall Accidents – The Terrible Truth - October 18, 2013

The sad truth is that most of us have either suffered the results of a slip and fall accident or know someone who has.  The Icy stairs, walkways and driveways that come with winter don’t help matters either, do they?  Here are some sobering statistics to consider. Falls account for over 8 million hospital emergency […]

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How to Prevent Snow and Ice Buildup on Steps & Walkways - September 10, 2013

Everyone knows about ways to melt or remove snow and ice on steps and walkways after they have become slippery and require attention.  Salt and sand are the usual methods, and then of course there is the traditional shoveling adventure. Salt damages concrete and kills plants around it Shovels will ruin stonework At Warmup, we […]

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Rock Salt Vs Sand? Nothing beats Under-Surface heating. - March 13, 2013

It can be tempting to go for the quick fix when it comes to clearing the walkways come winter.  Most people opt for Rock Salt or Sand. Both options are ineffective short term solutions for melting driveways and icy paths which have long term consequences…   Did you know that millions of tons of Rock […]

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Eco-Friendly Ways to Keep Your House Warm this Winter - December 4, 2012

At Warmup, one of our goals is to make your house the most energy-efficient possible in order for you to save on your energy bills. That’s why we strive to provide you with the best innovative heating products. As green living becomes the best solution for the environment and future generations, you can also save […]

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Prepare for Winter with Warmup Heated Driveway Snow Melting Systems - July 25, 2012

It’s never too early… to prepare for a fuss-free winter! Yes, summer is here: the sun is shining, beaches are crowded and the grill is on every weekend… But at Warmup, we already think about winter! We’ve designed a new heated driveways website with our customers in mind to create a platform where all their questions and concerns are answered. Heated […]

A Blizzard Survival Guide by Warmup - February 13, 2012

Many of you in the North East may be wondering where winter went with the unusual mild temperatures we’re having right now… Well, you might want to ask people in Colorado (or even people in Europe!) how they feel as a massive snowstorm hit them last week… A few rules apply when faced with such a snowstorm, […]

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Shovelling Snow Is Dangerous, Heat Your Driveways With Warmup Snow-Melting Systems - December 6, 2011

Metro News readers can’t say they weren’t warned! In today’s edition, an article revealed the dangers of dreadful snow shovelling! A recent study from researchers at Queen’s University in Kingston (Ontario), published in the journal Clinical Research in Cardiology, revealed that many patients with heart problems experienced the first symptoms after shovelling snow. An article published […]

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