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  • Gough SGAR Snow Guards

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    Model #SGAR Gough 24 Oz. Copper Snow Guard.

    A heavy-duty solid copper snow guard that's nailed or screwed into place during the installation of new slate roofs. Face is 3 1/4" wide and 1 3/8" high.

    Snow guards should be installed where the potential for the sudden sliding of ice and snow can be hazardous to people or property below. Falling snow is a safety issue, and careful consideration of liability issues should be part of a carefully designed roof system in all areas prone to winter snow and ice.

    "Retrofit" snow guards are designed to be added to already existing slate roofs. Regular snow  guards like these are designed to be installed on new slates roofs when the slate  is being installed.

    FOR RAFTER LENGTHS UP TO 16 FEET:  Traditionally, in the Midwest, snow guards have been installed 30" to 36" on center in each row with 3 staggered rows beginning above the outside wall at the eave, i.e. approximately  one per linear foot of gutter line. In the northeast, snow guards are typically installed at every other slate horizontally, and staggered at  every horizontal slate course or every other horizontal slate course vertically, with 3 horizontal rows minimum.

    FOR RAFTER LENGTHS OVER 16 FEET: The number of rows is increased with rafter lengths over 16 feet and with roof pitches greater than 6:12. Increased snow load in some states requires additional snow guards per square farther up the roof.

    • $9.95
  • Gough SGAR-SLS Retrofit Snow Guards

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    This is a heavy-duty solid copper retrofit snow guard that's slid into place under existing slates and hooked on an existing slating nail on an already installed slate roof. 16 3/8" long, 14" reach, face is 3 1/4" wide and 1 3/8" high.This product is also available in custom lengths. Call us at 814-786-9085 for custom orders.

    This retrofit snow guard has a longer 
    reach than the Berger Brothers #100 series by a full inch. This allows the snow guard to be more easily used on roofs with 24" long slates and on graduated slate roofs.

    This is a good all-around retrofit snow guard for use on roofs with any size slate. The solid, low-profile face prevents the bending and twisting often seen on snow guards with higher profiles, while still retaining snow loads. Retrofit snow guards are designed to be added to already existing slate roofs. Regular snow guards are designed to be installed on new slates roofs when the slate is being installed.

    FOR RAFTER LENGTHS UP TO 16 FEET: Traditionally, in the Midwest snow guards have been installed 30" to 36" on center in each row, with 3 staggered rows beginning above the outside wall at the eave. In the northeast, snow guards are typically installed at every other slate horizontally, and staggered at every horizontal slate course or every other horizontal slate course vertically, with 3 horizontal rows minimum.

    FOR RAFTER LENGTHS OVER 16 FEET: The number of rows is increased with rafter lengths over 16 feet and with roof pitches greater than 6:12. Increased snow load in some states require additional snow guards per square farther up the roof.

    We offer free shipping on orders of sufficient quantity. For more information, call us at 814-786-9085, or send us an email and include the item, quantity, and shipping zip code.

    • $13.95
  • Gough SGBK Tile Roof Snow Guards

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    The Gough English Tile Snow Guard Model SGBK is designed to be installed on new and existing Ludowici Clay "book" roof tile. This snow guard is made of 24oz. cold rolled copper. The upper strap is 32 oz. cold rolled copper. The hook at the top will fit up to 5/8" thick tile.

    It is fitted close to the tile so as not to hold up the row of tile above it. It includes two vertical pedestals of double 24 oz. copper making it the strongest, most stable, snow guard on the market. The wide, flat copper base allows the guard to hug close to the tile. Its medium height provides stability. 

    It weighs 5.7 oz., is 8 3/4" long, has a 3 1/4" wide face, and protrudes up from roof about 1 3/8". Also available in lead-coated copper or powder-coated at additional cost. Custom sizes are available as well.


    This item requires at least one week lead time and is non-returnable.
    • $13.00
  • Gough SGSP Tile Roof Snow Guards

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    Gough Spanish Tile Snow Guard Model #SGSP is designed to be installed on new and existing Spanish tile roofs. This snow guard is made of 24 oz. cold rolled copper. The flat copper base allows the guard to hug close to the tile. The hook at the top will fit up to 1/2" thick tile.

    It weighs 5 oz., is 8 1/2" long, has a 3 1/4" wide face, and protrudes up from roof about 2 1/8". Also available in lead-coated copper or powder-coated at additional cost. Custom sizes are available as well.

    Options:

    SGSP8 - 8.5" - $13.50
    SGSP11 - 11.5" - $15.00

    This item requires at least one week lead time and is not returnable.
    • $13.50
  • Gough SGAR-STR Snow Guards

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    Gough Model #SGAR-STR 24 oz. copper snow guard with hooked strap installs over the top of the slate. The strap is 15" long with a one-inch fold at the top. 3.25" wide at the base, stands 1 3/8" off the roof at the base. 14" reach (see image).

    For random width slate and an even, consistent, aesthetic pattern of snow guards, the hooked strap will allow you to select the horizontal position of the snow guard from left to right without being limited to the position of the copper nail of the slate.

    This snow guard has a 14" reach if you're using it as a retrofit snow guard, but you would have to be able to slide it under slates that are already nailed in to be able to use it as a retrofit, which may be difficult unless the slates are loosened.

    This product is also available in custom lengths. Call us at 814-786-9085 for custom orders.

    FOR RAFTER LENGTHS UP TO 16 FEET: In the Midwest, snow guards are installed 30" to 36" on center in each row with 3 staggered rows beginning above the outside wall at the eave. In the northeast, snow guards are typically installed at every other slate horizontally, and staggered at every horizontal slate course or every other horizontal slate course vertically, with 3 horizontal rows minimum.

    FOR RAFTER LENGTHS OVER 16 FEET: The number of rows is increased with rafter lengths over 16 ft. and with roof pitches greater than 6:12. Increased snow load in some states require additional snow guards per square farther up the roof.

    • $13.95