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Garelick 89421 21-Foot Aluminum Snow Roof Rake With 24-Inch Blade

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  • Won't damage shingles
  • 21-foot reach using 4 easy snap together sections
  • Prevents ice dams from forming
  • Removes weight from snow from your roof to prevent eave damage
  • Blade measures 24-inch x 7-inch
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Product Details

Package Quantity: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 62 x 6.4 x 1.3 inches ; 5.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0000BYCD5
  • Item model number: 89421
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (283 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #698 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

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From the Manufacturer

By far the best roof rake on the market with its exclusive, patented "Shingle Saver" rollers. This unique snow flake roller design is easier to use because the blade never touches the roof's surface, preventing damage while making it easier to roll back up the roof. By using the Garelick 89421 21-foot Snow Roof Rake to safely remove snow from roofs, homeowners can prevent the damage of much-publicized ice dams. Ice dams cause water to back up under shingles, ruining roofs, ceilings and walls. Removing snow also relieves unnecessary weight on the roof which can damage the eaves.

Product Description

21' Long Roof Snow Rake, Extra Large Blade 7" x 24", With Poly Roller Glides, All Lightweight Aluminum.


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Customer Reviews

It was very easy to assemble.
Jay Scherer
This snow rake worked well for removing a lot of it without getting on the roof.
ballroller
The wheels on the blade were a plus, I had no damage to my shingles.
Franklin H. Magner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

119 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Todd W. Hader on December 20, 2008
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I just had a new shingled roof put on last summer, so I wanted to make sure that I got a rake that would not damage it when removing snow. I live in the mountains of Maine, so snow is a pretty common event during the winter. After reading the reveiws of this rake, I decided that this would be the best rake for the job. The first thing I did before I assembled it was, replace the nuts, bolts, and washers with stainless steel. This costs less than $4. Some of the other reveiws complained of the originals. Cheap Fix! After using it a half dozen times, I can say that I made the right choice for a rake. Very well built, lightweight, and rugged! I would like to point out that, The proper way to roof rake is NOT to wait until you get three feet of snow accumulation,from several storms, with ice dams already present. If you use this rake the way it is intended, It should last a lifetime.
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By ChuckFan on December 23, 2009
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I got this and used this today to work all around my two story home that has multiple levels and multiple gables around windows etc. Forecast has freezing rain for tonite and rain for tomorrow. With 2 feet of snow all over the roof and snow hanging over the gutters, time to get it off the roof and gutters before this comes. The rake came with both lock washers and lock nuts. I don't see these going anywhere. Assembly was a breeze. I recommend using a screwdriver to hold the slot in the wheels open as you push them onto the blade, that makes it a lot easier than trying to push them on without one which seemed impossible to do. Last week here in WI we received 18 inches of snow. With drifting I had many areas in excess of 2 feet on the roof. This was able to knock week old snow crusted down with no problem. You'll see someone who rated this rake poorly in 2007 and was also using it to pull ice off the roof etc. This is made to pull snow down not to be used as an ice scraper which of course would put too much stress on it. It's made of Al to be lite weight so you can lift it and as such it won't be rugged, common sense is required when using this. I had no problem moving 1 foot wide by 2 foot deep section off the roof. Little pulling is required and if you are feeling resistance when pulling you are trying to move too much at once. If you can, start on the top roof first if you have a 2 story. I made the mistake of doing the lower levels and then moving to the upper. By the time I got up there I could barely lift the thing way up there as my left shoulder was pretty worn out. It's best to lift it up further away from the house and then walk towards the house as you lower it. No problem getting this to land pretty much where I wanted it.Read more ›
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Allen Vis on February 25, 2010
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I bought this snow rake because I had just installed new shingles and did not want to rake the sand coating off the shingles when removing the snow. This is exactly what I needed: An effective, right-size (24"), light aluminum but well-built rake, lots of handle length (up to 21 feet in 5 foot increments), correctly contoured to "catch" snow for removal, AND TWO ROLLERS THAT KEEP THE CUTTING EDGE OFF THE NEW SHINGLES so I don't rake the eave troughs full of sand in just a couple of snow removals, ruining my shingles in the process. Wish I could have had this thing 40 years ago.
DON'T::: 1.--wait too long to remove snow. If there is melting, re-freezing and hardened snow crusts, you'll beat this (and any snow rake) to pieces trying to remove "snow". This is a snow rake, not an ice rake. 2.--(don't)try to move too much snow in a single rake stroke. That is hard on the rake, to say nothing about hard on yourself. Take reasonable sized bites, oftener, and you'll enjoy cleaning your roof without killing yourself. 3.--(don't)pull the rake straight down the roof line, but pull slightly diagonally so that one end of the rake clears the roof before the other and this AVOIDS the entire bottom rake edge from falling into the eave trough, hooking it and possibly damaging it.
Another thing I really like is that with just a bit smaller bites, I find I can "steer" where the snow lands by accelerating the pull in the direction I want the snow to land, for example, beyond a bush, or even a front step.
I love this product in spite of the fact that I have a quite a bit of work connected with it: 168 feet of roof line to contend with.

Enjoy! A.V. Edgerton, MN
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78 of 89 people found the following review helpful By P. E. Chaintreuil on February 21, 2007
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I picked this snow rake up from my local Ace; it was the last one for 20 miles. It does the job, but within the three days I've had to fix it multiple times. Both of the bolts on the diagonal supports that come off the main pole have broken off and have had to be replaced by decent ones from my local hardware store along with some lock-nuts (these have stayed on). The blade of the rake has a bend in it where I pulled on some ice trying to break it free. The rubber grip comes off if you pull on it alone.

Seeing how expensive roof rakes are, you'd figure Garelick would spring for an extra buck in the construction phase and put better nuts and bolts on it -- that alone would have raised my rating a star or two.

After the repairs (which cost me just about a buck) it does it's job of getting snow off the my roof, so I can't complain **too** much.
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