You’ve probably heard some variation of the phrase “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it”. This mentality may work in the short term, but in the long run, the breakdown can cost you a lot. Therefore, proactively preventing risks for your home is a super good investment.
USE HEAT TAPE ON YOUR ROOF AND GUTTER
Roof deicing cables will work when installed properly, although they are not as aesthetically pleasing as one would expect. These wires do not completely remove snow spots; instead, they melt ice instantly and allow water to drain easily. Some cabling systems are even self-regulating, meaning that as temperatures drop, they generate more heat and cycle as needed to minimize your costs.
Clip Style Snow Guards are small devices that are placed on roofs in a pattern to create friction while keeping ice and snow in place. They are 1.5" to 3" tall and are set in one or more horizontal rows just above the ridge of the roof. Additional rows may be required to stabilize the snowboard depending on the roof type, yard, and snow load on the roof.
Fence Style Guards are extremely robust snow retention systems that are employed in high-snow-load regions and on rooftops where even little snow releases might cause property damage or injury to people.
Providence Construction Group will design a snow retention system installation arrangement that is specific to your property.
INSTALLATIONS OF EMERGENCY ROOF ANCHORS
To be able to protect yourself and your family members from emergency hazards, it is important to choose an anchor connector for a fall protection system. Anchor connectors are designed to fit a variety of roof types. The main connection point for the anti-fall system will be provided by solutions for temporary and permanent anchors. Let's create a safer living environment with Providence Construction Group.