Heat-Line Freeze Protection Systems

Heat-Line Freeze Protection Systems

May 28, 2015 16:36 ET

Heat-Line Canada Announces Expansion into New England and the North Central United States

Heat-Line Freeze Protection Systems, a Canadian company that designs, develops and manufactures a wide range of innovative freeze protection products for the home, cottage and multiple commercial applications, announces that they are expanding into New England and the North Central United States

CARNARVON, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 28, 2015) - Heat-Line Freeze Protection Systems (http://www.heatline.com), a Canadian company that designs, develops and manufactures an extensive line of innovative freeze protection products including pipe freeze protection and low voltage freeze protection solutions, is pleased to announce that they are expanding into New England and the North Central United States. Heat-Line will have a sales presence in the states of Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

"With colder winters in New England and the North Central US, demand is growing for advanced freeze protection products. From a business point of view, it made good sense to have a sales presence in these regions. Our company provides an advantage unlike any other in the market; highly advanced and energy efficient self-regulating heating cable systems combined with world class technical support and manufacturing expertise. We employ self-regulating heating cable technology that responds to changes in temperature microscopically along the length of the system. Heat output is simultaneously increased in areas of cold and decreased in areas of warmth creating a truly effective heating cable system far unlike any traditional heat tape. In addition, our Heat-Line products offer unparalleled quality and durability for the homeowner, business, farm operation or transportation industry," says Lorne Heise CEO of Heat-Line.

"Internally we have identified that our sales to New England and the North Central United States have been increasing steadily. It was a natural extension of our business plan to serve this area at both the wholesale and retail levels giving our customers greater access to our products and first hand expertise. There is a ready market in both the New England and North Central US states demanding our full line of Heat-Line products, such as our internal Retro-Line, Retro-DWS and Retro-FM systems, as well as our external Paladin/ EXT series pipe freeze protection. Applications of our products include water supply pipes, waste water lines, roof ice dam solutions, stack vent freeze protection, farm industry bowl heaters and a variety of low voltage applications commonly used to prevent freezing of water tankers, recreational vehicles, and fire engine pumps. If there is something critical that can freeze, we have a solution for the problem," says Matt Roberts, Operations Manager at Heat-Line. "The population of New England alone is over 15 million, so it's a sizeable market to pursue with our very specialized product line that solves numerous freezing problems efficiently and reliably," adds Heise.

Heat-Line, a division of Christopher MacLean Limited, was founded in 1988 by inventor and entrepreneur Lorne Heise. A licensed electrician, Heise became intrigued with finding an effective and energy efficient solution to prevent winter freeze damage to vulnerable water systems at the family cottage. Applying his time and knowledge he developed the first of many freeze protection products, and Heat-Line was born. The company has experienced rapid growth over the years and has expanded to include a research and development facility adjacent to their manufacturing and distribution location in Haliburton, Ontario.

About Heat-Line: Offering innovative and energy efficient freeze protection products for the home and cottage, and for commercial, agricultural, industrial and transportation applications, Heat-Line Freeze Protect Systems is a Canadian company that develops and manufactures the most advanced freeze protection systems employing state of the art self-regulating technology. In sub-zero temperatures, you can rely on freeze protection products from Heat-Line to safely and economically keep all of your water systems flowing. Eliminate frozen water lines and prevent water system damage, even in the coldest climates. To learn more about Heat-Line freeze protection systems and other quality Heat-Line products, including Retro-FM, Retro-DWS, Kompensator, Paladin, Retro-Line, CARAPACE, and ArcticVent, visit http://www.heatline.com or call 1-800-584-4944.

Contact Information

  • Lorne Heise, CEO
    Heat-Line Freeze Protect Systems
    a division of Christopher MacLean Ltd.
    Local: 705-754-4545 or Toll-Free: 800-584-4944


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