Roof Snow Removal Tools: Must Have Tools To Save Your Roof

Roof Rakes

Now that the storms are still pounding most states it's important to get that snow off the roof before it collapses, leaks, or it can start to bow walls or ceilings. Using a Roof Rake, or a sno brum is your best defense and your quickest way to remove snow from the roof.

Roof Rakes: A Roof Saver

AVALANCHE! Snow Rake Pro is a awesome roof rake that can extend up to 16 feet so that you can reach those hard to reach spots. Sometimes you'll think of it's just a powder, well when water runs underneath it and creates a large ice berg on your rood that is what can cause damage to your roof because it gets extremely heavy. Using the roof rake is a easy method and helps keep you safe from climbing up on a slippery roof.

Also includes snap on couplers, convenient storage bracket, and a vinyl end grip. For 20 years Avalanche! has been the leading roof snow removal solution because it's easy to use and very effective

Cleaning your car of in record speed and ease

Using the Sno Brum will help anyone clean the vechiele quicker. Truck owners can speed clean their truck with the sno brum. It comes with a long pole to help reach all areas of the car or truck I can clear my car in a snow storm of 8 inches in about 45 seconds versus using a snow brush. The sno brum is a foam pad that is very durable so it's gentle on your car,s o that you don't need to worry about scratching anything.  The durable molded polyethylene foam head has been lab tested for non-abrasiveness, freeze resistance, center load stress, and durability. The high-impact plastic face plate is supported by seven columns that distribute the weight load, making it effective on even heavy wet snow.  

Also a great snow remover for people with spa covers, or hot tub covers.

"after using it to push off huge amounts of snow with one sweep I was hooked"

"Snobrum is great!"

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Zakmoonbeam 5 years ago from Parts Unknown

Thank you!! I knew I needed something to get the snow from my roof (Scandiavia still has a bit at the mo) but never knew what is was called, or what to Google.

Having just spent an entire weekend removing the best part of 1/2 a meter of snow from the outbuilding roofs, I will gladly be purchasing one of these doohickies without delay :)

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