By Dani Sheehan.
Do you work in an area with heavy snow loads and harsh winter months? Are you helping your customers choose composite roofing systems as a more durable solution for their home? Have you thought about snow retention systems, and can you accurately speak to their benefits during a sales pitch? A recent article in Architectural West Magazine highlights the importance of snow retention systems, particularly when paired with synthetic shake and slate tiles. Rocky Mountain Snow Guards is making it easier than ever to provide project layout specifications and product quotes to ensure your customer’s home stands up against the weather.
Composite roofing options from DaVinci Roofscapes offer homeowners lightweight, yet durable solutions that are aesthetically pleasing and meet both Class A fire and Class 4 impact standards. They are also resistant to algae and mold growth, holding up against extreme climates. However, when snow accumulates on composite roofs, they can be extremely slippery and dangerous. Large chunks of snow or ice have the potential to slide off the roof like an avalanche, causing damage to the property below or posing risks to people and pets. Snow retention systems offer a proactive solution to keep property and homeowners safe from disaster.
This is why Rocky Mountain Snow Guards not only offers free project design and layout specifications for architects, designers and roofing professionals, but they specialize in composite roofing solutions. They offer snow fences and snow guards specifically designed to install with DaVinci Roofscapes synthetic slate and shake roofing tiles.
Photo credit: Architectural West Magazine
Dani is a writer for the Coffee Shops and AskARoofer™. When she's not writing or researching, she's training for trail races and working on her yoga teaching certification.
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