22 02, 2021

The Pros and Cons of Having a Heated Driveway

2021-02-18T19:34:05-05:00February 22nd, 2021|Categories: Home Improvements, Home Upgrades, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Although the prospect of snow in southeastern states is less likely than in some other parts of the U.S., the southeast does experience a notable degree of winter weather. In fact, in December a nor’easter dropped ice across at least four cities in North Carolina. To spare your potential homeowner the hassle of having to sprinkle rock salt to melt ice and snow on their driveway, or having to scatter messy kitty litter for traction on slick surfaces, consider a radiant heating system for your driveway. Before investing in a radiant heating system for your flip, though, it’s best to

16 02, 2021

2 Radiant Heating Systems to Warm Your Driveway and Floors

2021-02-18T19:26:00-05:00February 16th, 2021|Categories: Home Improvements, Home Upgrades, Remodeling Tips, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , |

As a house flipper who operates primarily in southeastern portions of the country, where the prospect of snow is less likely than in other areas, you may not see the need to install heated driveways to melt snow and ice. But states in the southeast do experience wintry weather. For example, Raleigh, North Carolina averages 7.5 inches of snow a year, and Charlotte gets about 6.5 inches each winter. The town of Boone averages about 35 inches of snow annually. Just last year a mid-December nor’easter threatened states from North Carolina to Maine, dropping ice on many parts of the

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