Snow Melting Cable – WSM


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Warmup Snow Melting Cables are uniquely designed for snow melting in parking lots, driveways, pavements, stairs, etc. with total safety. They are suitable for embedding under concrete, asphalt or under pavers. Come with a 10-Year warranty.


  

Should I insulate underneath my snow-melting system?


Adding insulation both under a slab and near its exposed edges reduces heat loss into the ground and allows the slab to heat more quickly, which lowers total operating costs.

How fast will my snow-melting system heat up?


A snow-melting system is most efficient when the slab is preheated. As a rule of thumb, a snow-melting system should start preheating for 1 -2 hours before the arrival of snow/ice.

How long does a snow melting system take to melt snow?


During typical Winter conditions, Warmup systems are designed to keep driveways and walkways clear of snow and ice with no waiting time. To operate efficiently Warmup systems are designed to turn on before or at the first sign of precipitation below freezing. By anticipating a storm or sensing it quickly, Warmup systems are able to …

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How far can you space snow melting cables?


If you are installing snow melting cables, you may be wondering how far you can space the cable. Read more here about cable spacing.

Should I use snow melting mats or snow melting cables?


If you are planning a snow melting project you may be wondering if mats or cables are best for your project. Read more here.

Are snow melting cables as effective as snow melting mats?


Warmup offers two forms of surface heating: snow melting mats and snow melting cables. If you are wondering the difference, you can read more here.

Installation of Snow Melting Cable under Concrete


Take a look at a helpful dissection of this type of installation.  Click “Read More” for details.

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