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Sno Shield Rib Guard Clamp on Snow Guard (10 Pack)

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  • Attaches to standing seam ribs without penetrating the panel
  • Made from durable, virgin grade, UV stabilized polycarbonate
  • Can be attached in any weather
  • Y-shaped design for more effective collection of snow
  • Uses no adhesives for quick and clean installation
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Technical Details
Part Number RG1
Item Weight3.4 pounds
Product Dimensions5 x 5.5 x 4 inches
Item model numberRG1
Size1 5/8"
Item Package Quantity10
Number Of Pieces10
UsageOnly to be used on roofs with a standing seam.
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #351,191 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 pounds
Date First AvailableOctober 23, 2013

Product Description

The Sno Shield Rib Guard standing seam snow guard 1 5/8" is made to attach to standing seam metal roofs shorter than 1 5/8" without penetrating the rooftop panel. This snow guard is attached to the standing seam rib using two stainless steel set screws and multiple structural cleats. This "clamp-on" style snow guard helps avoid potential leaks and warranty infractions. The Rib Guard is made in two widths to accommodate different standing seam profiles. Customize the Rib Guard with Sno Shield's Color Armor for a perfect match to any metal roof.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jezabellsmom on October 13, 2014
bought these directly from the company. POS almost begins to discribe these. Installed per instructions in 2012, now is 2014. Most have fallen off the house. Huge waste of money and time. If you really are aching to try them I have 50 that I will give you for nothing. Oh yeah they were installed in the summer and tightened again in the fall. Still came off the roof.
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