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Heated Mats | HeatTrak

Updated on July 3, 2011

Floor Heating Mat

Many people who get lots of snow in the winter time have discovered one of the best ways to keep their entryway dry and clear of snow as well as ice is using a HeatTrak electric heated door mat. If you get a lot of snow you may want to consider buying a heated outdoor mat. They really are worth the price. The Heattrack outdoor heated mat will help to prevent the usual accumulation of snow that can often prevent people from opening the door. My favorite part is that heated mats also help to prevent snow being tracked in the house. A heated floor mat is perfect for seniors as it will help to prevent possible falls and accidents. And your pet dog will love you for it. You will give them a nice warm place to snuggle up.

There are also heated walkway mats that are much longer so they keep are larger area free of snow. And there are indoor floor heating mats and floor heating systems that are perfect for a bathroom floor or a kitchen floor. These are perfect for those who wish they had nice warm floors to walk on.

Radiant Heat Mat | Heated Pet Mat

Your Pets will love your Outdoor Snow and Ice Melting Electric Heated Door Mat.
Your Pets will love your Outdoor Snow and Ice Melting Electric Heated Door Mat.


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    • Wendy Krick profile image

      Wendy Krick 7 years ago from Maryland

      I think it is the coolest idea. I really wish I had one for my deck last year. We had 3 different blizzard. It would have made life so much easier. I will be ready for old man winter this year.

      Thanks for the comments ladies.

    • Rose Mari profile image

      Rose Mari 7 years ago

      Love this idea. Now I just need a heated driveway mat that I can roll out & never have to shovel snow again!

    • Hello, hello, profile image

      Hello, hello, 7 years ago from London, UK

      Gosh, whatever do they invent next?