As I’ve come to learn, people have many questions when it comes to managing rooftop snow. As I’ve also come to learn, the answers to those questions aren’t as cut-and-dry as you would think, with many variables playing into the mix. With every project being different in terms of roof type, location, snow load, eave length, roof slope, snow management needs or expectations, etc, etc, etc….This READ THE REST….
Over the past almost 3 decades we’ve heard our fair share of some of the misconceptions people have when it comes to managing snow on rooftops. To me, the one that always makes me shake my head is when people say something like, “I purposely got a metal roof so the snow would slide off easily. Why would I want to keep it up there with READ THE REST….
Winter 2018-2019: More Snow than Average and Teeth-Chattering Cold “More snow than average” and “teeth-chattering cold” – those are two of the phrases the folks at the Farmer’s Almanac have thrown around when referring to the winter of 2018-2019. And they should know, I mean, they’ve only been offering their predictions on the weather since 1818. Doesn’t take a genius to do that math….that’s 200 years READ THE REST….