Guest User
1/30/2004
Can you help me solve a problem? I live in Greensboro, North Carolina. We have 2 or 3 ice and snow storms each year. As the ice or snow begins to melt, it slides down the metal panels and mutilates anything in its way. Bushes, trees, lights, bird baths, people..... Is there anything that can be installed on my roof that could either alter the path of the ice or break it into smaller pieces on its journey to the ground? Is there anything I can do?
Guest User
1/30/2004
You can find a variety of "snow guards" on the internet. If you have a standing seam roof (concealed clip fasteners) I suggest using snowguards that attach with adhesive or snowguards attached with S5! Clips.
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