Leading Snow Guard Distributor SnoBlox-SnoJax Explains It’s Now Preparing to Help People Protect Their Homes Against Harsh Winter Storms While There’s Still Enough Time for Installing Snow Guards
While so many people are out and about enjoying the pleasant fall weather now, the team at SnoBlox-SnoJax is making a public service announcement to remind homeowners that it’s important to take steps to protect their homes now with Snow Guards against imminent, dangerous falling winter snow.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Lemoyne, PA, November 24, 2021 – SnoBlox-SnoJax, inventor of the original polycarbonate Snow Guards (also referred to as “Snowguards”), announces that it is already preparing for the upcoming winter season to ensure that all residential homes in need will be protected from dangerous, falling snow.
Production of snow guards will continue apace this fall to meet upcoming consumer demand. The company is also ready to address growing customer inquiries about this important piece of safety gear.
Snow guards have a reputation in the industry for being a practical, cost-effective way to maximize the value of homes with sloped metal roofs.
It might seem strange to focus on winter weather now during the height of fall, but it’s prudent to make repairs and upgrades to a home’s roof now when skies are clear and contractors are more easy to schedule.
When it grows colder, the work day will be shorter too, and more homeowners worried about protecting their roof will all be trying to order snow guards and arrange for installation at the same time.
Snow Guard Protection Available Now
While homeowners are relaxing in their backyards they also know it’s prudent to keep up with maintenance, inspections, repairs and upgrades on a regular basis. That’s the key to reducing the total cost of ownership of a residential building.
And at the heart of any home protection plan should be a proven way to safeguard it from the harshest of elements. A case in point is falling snow that steadily accumulates on a person’s roof. Ice and snow are capable of causing severe damage to the structure. But with the translucent Snow Guards, damage from falling snow is mitigated.
They operate in a simple, elegant fashion: Snow Guards hold snow and ice in place on the flat area of a metal roof’s paneling. There, it melts off slowly and safely.
Not only is this good for protecting the building, it also keeps people safe from falling slabs of dangerous ice.
Keeping Up Appearances
Protecting a building from avalanching ice and snow doesn’t mean that the structure has to sacrifice curb appeal. Original Snow Guards come in clear polycarbonate. The SnoBlox-SnoJax Snow Guards are available in a wide range of hues from which to choose, including:
* Dark Gray
* Light Gray
Homeowners can choose color matched snow guards or clear snow guards, as a matter of preference as they will provide the same level of protection.
Homeowners and journalists who would like more information about SnoBlox-SnoJax Snow Guard Protection are invited to visit the company’s website for details. They can also get in touch with SnoBlox-SnoJax through Facebook and Instagram.
SnoBlox-Snojax invented the first polycarbonate snow guard in 1976. This breakthrough solved the problem of rust and panel corrosion from steel guards that were previously used. It’s a solution that protects the roof and keeps it from being stained and structurally damaged. Gutter Guards and Ventsavers are more examples of the company’s commitment to developing products that help customer protect their buildings. A multi-generation family business, SnoBlox-SnoJax is proud that all of our products are manufactured in the United States. SnoBlox-SnoJax’s mission is to meet the ever-changing needs of the metal roofing industry with ongoing research and development of our professionally tested metal roof snow guard systems.