Project Images You’ll Want to See!

You’re probably used to it by now – every few months, I gather the project images we’ve received from our clients and put them together in one post, so we can all revel in their beauty (seriously – they’re beautiful!) This time around I would like to share images from 3 projects. PROJECT #1 THE CONTRACTOR: Gillespie Contracting – Glenmoore, PA THE PROJECT: Haverford College, Haverford, KEEP READING

Designing a Snow Management System

At Alpine SnowGuards, we’ve been designing, engineering, and manufacturing snow management solutions for nearly 25 years! Just over 10 years ago, the founder and President of Alpine SnowGuards, Brian Stearns, wrote the below editorial for RCI Magazine. A decade is a long time, and we’re going stronger than ever (and so are our snow guards that have been installed over the years). Long story short: We’ve KEEP READING

This is Why We Recommend Specific Snow Guard Placement

First, and most importantly, Happy New Year to our clients, partners, friends and industry peers! We hope your time over the holidays was spent with family and friends, and was a warm, memorable and happy time for everyone. I, for one, took full advantage of the extra time to catch up on some much-needed sleep! My Son is at the age (12) where he’ll sleep until KEEP READING

Managing Snow: It’s What We Know

Does your roof sport a solar array? If the answer is yes, congratulations – it’s one of the best investments you’ll ever make, and the ROI can’t be beat. When it comes to managing the snow on your array, you’ve come to the right place. Alpine SnowGuards has been an industry leader in rooftop snow management for over 20 years, and our solar snow management line KEEP READING

Calculator Upgrade: Now for Pad-Style Snow Guards, too!

Late last week we launched our improved Online Project Calculator and we wanted you to be among the first to know about it! We are confident that you’ll appreciate the changes/additions to the calculator that will make things much faster and easier for you, our cherished clients. YOU are what is most important to us here at Alpine SnowGuards, so we’ve decided to streamline our Online KEEP READING

No-Hassle Attachment to Metal Standing Seam Roofing

When it comes to mounting and attaching utilities to metal double-lock or single-lock standing seam roofing, Alpine SnowGuards has you covered with our ASGU2 clamps. For unsurpassed strength, our ASGU2 Utility clamps are fabricated from 6000 series aluminum,  an alloy that contain both silicon and magnesium which forms magnesium silicide – this formation makes the aluminium alloy heat-treatable and extremely durable. The ASGU2 clamps utilize clamp-to-seam KEEP READING

BIM Me Up, Scotty!

I feel it’s important to first point out that, while the title of this blog post is a play on words from Star Trek, I am not, nor have I ever been, a fan of the show. I think the only reason this is, is because of the fact that I grew up way out in the country, on a 5-mile dirt road, with a rotor KEEP READING

Snow Guards & Membrane Roofing

♥See our FALL IN LOVE WITH FEBRUARY special at the end of this post♥ Our talented CAD Designer/Animator, Matt, has done some really amazing work forAlpine SnowGuards and Sister Company EcoFasten Solar, in the form of install animations for some of our top products. Take a look at this one, for our PP115 two or three pipe system for membrane roofing: So easy, right? The PP115 system was designed specifically KEEP READING

ASG3000: An Ideal Residential Snow Management System for Metal Standing Seam Roofing

I don’t want this to get lost in the story, so before I begin, I wanted to take a minute to let you all know about our January Special: We’re offering FREE FREIGHT on any standing seam order that ships in January! Just mention this post when you call (888.766.4273) or email! Order for current need, or STOCK UP for future projects! OK, back to the KEEP READING

DANGER: FALLING ICE AND SNOW

We’ve all seen it – snow and ice falling from a rooftop, crashing to the ground below. There are countless videos online showing the occurrence (and the result of) a roof avalanche – none seeming to end well. Cars are destroyed, landscaping crushed, and most importantly, anyone in nearby proximity to the building on the ground below is in harm’s way. Just this past week, in KEEP READING