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The HeatTrak Homeowner Blog

Facilities Maintenance, Safety and Surviving the Snow

HeatTrak in Gizmodo: 15 Technologies to Fortify Your House During the Holidays

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You need your house to feel safe over the holidays, whether you're heading out of town, or staying home to host family between turkey time and New Year's Eve. That's where technology can help. Here's a look at the essential items to consider when you're defending your castle this holiday season. Read More...

Snow Melting Mats offer Safe Winter Solution for Disabled Housing

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 At East End Disability Associates (EEDA), caring for those on Eastern Long Island with developmental disabilities is a full-time operation. The organization, which provides housing as well as educational, medical, and recreational services to over 650 disabled individuals, admits that maintaining a slip-free environment during the snowy winter months can be a challenge. Read More...

Two Ways HeatTrak Just Gave You a Better Handle on Winter Weather

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With summer winding down, HeatTrak introduces two new products that make the not-too distant winter weather a lot less worrisome. The company, which manufactures electric heated mats for melting snow on walkways and stairs, released two new accessories: a wireless remote control switch (Model # HR-Wireless) and thermostat extension cable (Model # HR-THERM3550). Read More...

HeatTrak on New Jersey News Room: HeatTrak Mats Inventor Hillel Glazer Shovels in Success

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When he was 16 years old, Hillel Glazer lugged a snow shovel around his neighborhood every snow storm, in the hopes of making a few bucks. But eventually the Teaneck teen grew tired of pushing and toting the white stuff. "I thought, there's got to be a better way," said Glazer, now 33, who owns HeatTrak, a Paterson-based company that manufacturers ice melting mats for residential and industrial use. Read More...

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