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Amerimax Home Products Snow Guard Clear Vinyl Surface Mount
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Amerimax Home Products

Snow Guard Clear Vinyl Surface Mount

$3.98 /each

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Amerimax Home Products Surface Mount Snow Guards are made from a crystal clear polycarbonate with U.V. stabilizers. The unique vent rib system allows for adhesive out gassing, which increases the shear and mechanical strength. Surface Mount Snow Guards can be attached to any panel having a flat surface of as little as 3.5 in. wide.

  • Manufactured in crystal clear polycarbonate
  • Has U.V. stabilizers
  • 3:1 Base to blade ratio adds superior strength to the shear and peel adhesion
  • Well suited for adhesive or mechanical attachments
  • Can be attached to panels with a flat surface of as little as 3.5 in. wide
  • Adhesive failure does not constitute Amerimax product defect
  • Use in conjunction with amerimax SB-190 Sure Bond Ever Seal adhesive
  • Check your metal roofing manufacturer's warranty before application

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is there a snow guard that attaches to the standing ridge and does not require penetrating the roofing ?

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August 21, 2016
i am concerned with voiding the installers warranty if i have to screw the guards into the metal sheething.
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August 26, 2016
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Thanks for your question. Our sister company, Fabral, offers a RTCLSM clear polycarbonate surface mount snow guard that can be glued onto a metal roof. The SB-190 Surbond Everseal is the adhesive and it will secure about 8 to 10 snowguards. Check with your local Home Depot to see if they stock the RTCLSM. If not, call our Customer Care office at 800-681-2184.
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Do they have to be on both sides of a roof for load balance?

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May 18, 2016
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Thanks for your question. The answer would depend on whether both sides of the roof get the snow accumulation. Load balance would not be a determining issue.
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Will these work with an "R" panel metal roof?

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May 12, 2016
I have 1 3/4" flats between ridges on my pole barns roof.
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May 18, 2016
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Thanks for your question. We recommend using metal snow guards on metal roofs.
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How do I figure out how many I need? ?

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Live in a Tri level house
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December 22, 2015
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Hi Jeff. The best positioning will vary depending on the particular roof. in general, snow guards should be placed 1 every 40 inches over the entire roof or in 2 groups of 3 staggered rows on 30 inch centers with 1 group at the eave and 1 group midway on the roof slope. On long slopes, multiple groups with 6 ft. space separation maximum. You can check out more information in our online catalog at Read More
Hi Jeff. The best positioning will vary depending on the particular roof. in general, snow guards should be placed 1 every 40 inches over the entire roof or in 2 groups of 3 staggered rows on 30 inch centers with 1 group at the eave and 1 group midway on the roof slope. On long slopes, multiple groups with 6 ft. space separation maximum. You can check out more information in our online catalog at http://www.amerimax.com/product-catalog under snow retention systems. Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Snow guard mount I bought the snow guards to make it safer to enter my shed after a icy snow storms . They were easy to mount an work as intended. January 5, 2016
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