Stop Snow & Ice Accumulation with
Heated Snow Melting Mats
This stair mat is designed to either standalone or connect with other HeatTrak heated walkway or stair mats using its own watertight connectors.
This product requires one Power Unit (for every 13 amps) to connect the system to an electrical outlet. **For your convenience, Power Units will be automatically added to your cart during the checkout process based on the items in your order, or you can add them manually here.**
HeatTrak mats are for snow melting only. Never cover mats. Do not use indoors. Do not use inside pet houses. Residential Mats can only connect to Residential Mats. They do not connect to Industrial Products.
"Wonderful to not worry about people slipping and falling on our front stoop. HeatTrak does the trick."
The HeatTrak Mat makes maneuvering out of the doggy door at this Massachusetts business a little easier with the Northeast snow in the winter.
Knowing I have an elderly tenant who is unable to shovel snow I was very worried about her falling on the slick surface, as well, my liability. After seeing this, I was sold that I had made the right decision." - John C.
"It used to be that a heavy snow made it impossible to even open the back door. And before I got these snow-melting mats, I'd have to shovel a path on the deck and the outdoor stairs just so that my dog could go outside. When it snowed overnight, I had to do this even before my morning coffee." - Ailda
"HeatTrak keeps the two landings and 3 stairs to my hot tub snow and ice free all winter long! On a crisp winter morning, nothing is more enjoyable than leisurely making my way on the warm HeatTrak path to my hot tub."
Will HeatTrak mats cause an exorbitant electricity bill?
No. Your mats will cost you less than $1 per snow day! See exactly how much they'll cost with our electricity calculator here.
Will HeatTrak mats work even in extreme snow conditions?
Yes. HeatTrak mats melt snow at 2" per hour!
Can HeatTrak mats be driven on?
Will HeatTrak mats wear out if I leave them out all winter?
No way! HeatTrak mats are designed to be left out all winter long.