This way, not only would we actually be warm enough inside but the radiant heated flooring could handle the shoveling for us
I guess you could say that I am not built for winter. I am a rather small human being with a temperamental internal thermostat, to say the least. I feel like my body temperature fluctuates from hot to cold several hundred times each day. However, my general temperature setting is colder than other human beings. I am often shivering, uncomfortably cool, and begging for more heat to be pumped into my environment. However, people do not understand how terrible my internal temperature regulation system seems to be. This is why I was trying really hard to convince my family that our woodsy cabin was going to need some kind of driveway heating solution this winter. Each year there is a ton of snow and ice cold air to contend with at the family cabin. Generally, nobody is around to worry about the dangerous temperatures or inconvenient snowfall. However, this year we are planning on utilizing the cabin despite the uncomfortable climate. We have all agreed to split up the household chores, including changing the air filter, feeding the wood burning fire, and shoveling. The problem is… I don’t think I can shovel the long driveway without catching hypothermia. I keep trying to convince my family that we should invest in more suitable heating solutions for the cabin. Namely, a centralized boiler system to heat the house and radiant heated flooring under the driveway. This way, not only would we actually be warm enough inside but the radiant heated flooring could handle the shoveling for us. We could easily melt the snow outside using modern technology rather than subjecting ourselves to frostbite. We’ll see if anybody has the cool head to listen.