A Star-Spangled July Special

Tomorrow is Independence Day. How will you be celebrating?

At my house, we’ll go to the town parade, eat some fried dough at the carnival afterwards, head home and swim in the pool (it’s going to be 95° in Vermont tomorrow with no clouds in the sky), cook up some pulled pork and watch the fireworks at dusk.

At Alpine SnowGuards, we’re celebrating by offering a special promotion!

Any order of our PP115, PP125, PP225, or PP325 pipe-style snow guards placed & shipped by July 31st will receive an additional 10% off! We appreciate our clients, and we wanted to give you an opportunity to save some dough, and to stock up NOW for future projects (think fall – it’s closer than we think!)

So, what are the uses for each of these snow guards?

What roof types do they accommodate?

What do they look like installed?

Take a look….

PP115

For membrane or metal shingle roofing applications

It’s funny to be starting with the PP115, since I posted about this system just a few months ago – See that post here, and learn more about the PP115, and why it’s becoming the go-to for managing snow on membrane roofs.

PP125

For slate, synthetic slate, comp shingle, and cedar shingle roofing applications

SLICK. That’s the word that always comes to my mind when I see an install image of the PP125. This is a very common system for use on slate roofs in the higher education sector, being installed at the University of Notre Dame and Yale University, to name just a few.

This system is available in 3 configurations: 2-pipe, 3-pipe, and 2 hi-hole pipe (all accept 1” OD pipe), and are compatible with the use of ice screens and ice flags.

The bracket is Aluminum, the base plate is Stainless Steel, and the entire system can be powder-coated in a color to match the roofing material.

PP225

For slate, synthetic slate, comp shingle, and cedar shingle roofing applications

(Image from Passero Associates, Albany, NY)

Rugged. Yet beautiful. Our PP225 height-adjustable snow guard bracket will do the job it was designed to do! The bracket features 39° of height adjustability for varying roof pitches.

Material options:

  • Aluminum with Stainless Steel Base Plate (Aluminum accessories)
  • Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel Base Plate (Aluminum or Stainless Steel accessories)
  • Brass with Stainless Steel Base Plate (Brass accessories)
  • Brass with Brass Base Plate (Brass accessories)

Finish options:

  • Mill Finish (standard)
  • Powder Coating (additional charge) using RAL TIGER Drylac® Exterior colors

PP325 

For slate, synthetic slate, comp shingle, cedar shingle, and flat tile roofing applications

(Shown above on Goldwin-Smith Hall a Cornell University – Image from Charles F. Evans Co., Inc. in Elmira, NY)

The base plate is available in multiple configurations (2-pipe, 3-pipe, and 2 hi-hole pipe), the PP325 is available in Stainless Steel or Brass, with a base plate that’s available in the following sizes:

There you have it. I hope this helps in determining what system makes the most sense for your project! Give us a shout and get YOUR additional 10% off any of these 4 great systems!

If you have any questions, or would like any additional information, you can visit us online, or contact us by phone at 888.766.4273 or by email at info@alpinesnowguards.com.

We hope you all have an enjoyable, safe, and memorable Independence Day!

If you have any questions, just let us know – that’s what we’re here for! If a sample would be helpful, we’ll send one out, no problem.

We manufacture snow management systems for ALL roof types, new or retrofit, offering traditional pad-style, pipe-style and fence-style snow guards, as well as snow management systems designed specifically for use on solar arrays!

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We keep snow in its place

www.alpinesnowguards.com

info@alpinesnowguards.com 

888.766.4273

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