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10 ft. 6 in. Metal Snow Guard 29-Gauge Galvalume for Metal Roofing

  • Made from durable 29-gauge steel
  • Color matched for compatibility with existing metal roof
  • Helps prevent snow shed onto walkways, balconies, and more
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About This Product

Snow guards are designed to prevent snow shed onto walkways, balconies, and other areas falling snow and ice can be hazardous. The 1-piece snow guards are made with American Steel. Aesthetically pleasing by matching existing metal roof color.

Highlights

  • 29-Gauge steel material color matched to roof panels
  • Mounts to top of ribs to allow water flow between ribs but still hold ice and snow
  • Attached to substrate using 10x1.5 fasteners
  • Sturdy 1-piece construction
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Product Information

Internet # 301530776

Model # HD6852241

Store SKU # 1002456098

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 2 in, W 6 in, D 126 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

126 in

Product Height (in.)

2 in

Product Width (in.)

6 in

Details

Roofing Accessories & Tool Type

Roof Bracket

Roofing Product Type

Metal Roofing Accessories

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

25 Year

Questions & Answers

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Q:Where can I purchase this snow guard? When will it be available for purchase?
by|Mar 26, 2021
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A:  The Snow Guard flashing is only available in certain regions. It's up to the individual Home Depot stores to keep their shelves stocked. If they don't have the Metal Sales panel you're looking for in stock you can go to the Metal Sales website to find a branch near you. They can direct you to a store that stocks the panels.

by|May 7, 2023
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    Q:ARE THESE STILL AVAILABLE? NO RESPONCE FROM "LIVE CHAT"!
    by|Mar 24, 2021
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    A:  Check with your local Home Depot store for availability. Home Depot runs the live chat through their website.

    by|Mar 25, 2021
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      Q:Do you need brackets for this or do you just drill and place the screws? And where do you place the screws at? They did not come with instructions
      by|Nov 24, 2020
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      A:  The slanted side faces the eave. The vertical side faces the ridge (high side) of the roof. This side will hold the snow until it can melt. Fasten both sides of the flashing in the high part of the panel rib if available. Attach to every rib it rests on. Sliding snow will rip these off if not attached properly. Also since you are fastening through the panel, use a Fasteners with neoprene washers and Butyl Tape Sealant between the Snow Guard and the panel to help seal around the fastener. Multiple rows of snow guards may be needed based on local snow load codes. Check with your local codes.

      by|Dec 6, 2022
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        A:  If you want to use these as ICE guards, mount them with the vertical side toward the eve. When the ice builds up and slowly moves down the roof, its own weight will snap off the overhanging part and fall to the ground, in short sections.

        by|Oct 14, 2021
          caret
          Q:What size of screws should I use on this style...my roof panels have about 1" ridges.?
          by|Nov 11, 2020
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          A:  Snow Guard Flashing is installed on top of the panel ribs. Since you are fastening through the panel, use a fastener with a neoprene washer and install Butyl Tape Sealant between the Snow Guard and the panel to help seal around the fastener. You can fasten metal to metal or fasten through the rib down to the substrate below. The slanted side faces the eave. The vertical side faces the ridge (high side) of the roof. This side will hold the snow until it can melt. Fasten both sides of the flashing in the high part of the panel rib if available. Attach to every rib it rests on. Sliding snow will rip these off if not attached properly. Multiple rows of snow guards may be needed based on local snow load codes. Check with your local codes.

          by|Nov 12, 2020
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            Installed quickly on my roof but will not know how...
            Installed quickly on my roof but will not know how good or bad they are until next spring after it snows . I put up two 4 ft apart on a 45 degree pitch roof to hold the snow and ice from sliding off the roof and knocking my oil barrel off the stand and also hitting my propane line.
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