It is generally understood that unrestricted snow and ice cascading off of an elevated surface can be a dangerous situation. However, when we install snow management systems to protect us from these dangerous conditions, we tend to forget that there is a mass of snow and ice resting atop our roofs. Snow Keep reading….
Spring in the northern Vermont is an unpredictable season. It could be 65° and sunny for six days straight, and on that seventh day, the temperature cuts in half, snow begins to accumulate, and what was once bare ground is now a sheet of white. This is a yearly occurrence that we Vermonters should Keep reading….
Putting the Ledge-Guard to the Test! On the final weekday of February, with a warm weekend in the forecast, the team at Alpine SnowGuards (Alpine) tested the two-rod variation of the “ASG Ledge Guard”. With spring encroaching and the winter snow depleting; we took the weather into our own hands, applying 6-8” of dense Keep reading….