Electric Heated Sidewalk Mats for Melting Ice and Keeping Clear of Snow
Stay Safe with Electric Heated Sidewalk Mats
When we get ice and snow, I always worry about my Mom because she is unsteady on her feet and could easily fall down on a patch of ice. We try to keep her front door area and walkway clear so she can get to her mailbox and car without slipping, but it's not always easy to do.
Fortunately, now there's electric plug-in heated mats that can be used for walkways, sidewalks, ramps, stairs, and as door mats. Now I don't have to worry about her falling down, nor do I have to go over early in the morning to clear off the ice and snow.
Stay Safe on Icy Steps
Industrial Quality; Melts 2 inches of snow per hour.
Perfect for Most Winter Climates
These outdoor mats for melting snow and ice are designed to be non-slip and durable. They can be left outside during the whole winter season. They will melt snow and prevent ice from building up. They are great for safety and convenience.
Video about the HeatTrak Ice Melting Mat - Fox interviews the inventor! Pretty cool. I mean, Pretty warm!
Can't plug in an electric mat? - Try a Non-Slip Mat for your walkway, ramp, or sidewalk
This mat is ideal for use as a door mat or entrance mat. It has raised bar like design to make it easy to scrape snow, ice, or dirt off of shoes at the entryway. It has drainage holes in it to stop water from accumulating. It won't melt snow like a heated mat, but it could help with safety.
Another simple option - Non-Slip Outdoor Rug / Carpet for Walkways! - great for outside steps too!
This has mixed reviews, but apparently works for some people! It's cheap and easy to install, so it may be worth a try!
Black Ice, Corn Snow, Freezing Rain, Fluffy Snow - - We've gotten it all this year!
I live in Western Washington, and this year we've gotten snow earlier than usual, and it's stayed around longer than usual. Last week, we had to deal with ice every day! We didn't get above freezing for long enough for the ice or snow to melt.
So, as I've been struggling with this wintery weather mix, I've been thinking about which I'd rather have.... Let's debate the topic!
Which is worse?