SnoFree™ Heated Roof Panels
The roof is often one of the last elements of a building or home that receives attention unless it is severely damaged. However, the roof is one of the most crucial structural aspects of a home and essentially holds it all together. With elegant SnoFree™ Heated Roof Panels you can now create a safe, effective, and beautiful barrier to the elements.
Each of our unique heated roof panel systems is elegantly designed to offer the best protection while both increasing the curb appeal and value of a home. Plus, they are carefully engineered to be extremely energy efficient, saving you money in the winter season and keeping your home safe from dangerous ice buildup.
No matter what style of roof you’re working with, our SnoFree™ Heated Roof Panels are a versatile, efficient, and stylish solution to combat ice buildup.
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For traditional A-line roofs, our heated roof eave systems are designed to melt ice and allow it to flow off the roof without causing ice dams along the edge.
Metal roofs are a very common and effective roofing material, yet they still are susceptible to ice dams. Our heated metal roof panels are an incredibly affordable and durable solution to end ice dam damage once and for all.
Valleys are a common element of residential and commercial roofing, and can be very poorly affected by ice damage. Luckily, our heated roof panel systems can also protect valleys through a complex snap and lock system that blocks and diverts ice.Valin’s Patented Heat Trace Specialists Snofree™ Roof Panel System will Help Protect your Valuable Investment
Zig Zag Heat Cables
Snow and ice are a major problem for both residential and commercial buildings, but simple and customizable zig zag roof heat cables are an affordable option to combat potential ice damage.
Zig zag roof heat trace cables can be customized based on the size and complexity of your roof ice needs and are recommended for mild climates.
Our zig zag roof heat cables are self-regulating and are:
- Simple to Install
- Reliable and a longer design life
- Can be overlapped
- Can be cut to length on site
- Saves energy
- Will not overheat roofing materials or ruin plastic/vinyl rain gutters
Choose your preferred type of roof heat cable design and get started today. Use our convenient calculator
to design your own roof heat cable system or contact your local contractor and ask about Heat Trace Specialists roof heat trace cables.
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