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Easy Heat ADKS-300 60-Foot Roof Snow De-Icing Kit

4.5 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews
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  • Manufactured in China
  • Easy to use
  • Highly durable
  • Snow de-icing cable prevents winter damage to roof, gutters, and downspouts
  • Provides uninterrupted path for melting water to flow off roof
  • Suitable for most roof and gutter configurations; available in several lengths
  • Easy to install; no maintenance required
  • Includes 6 clips and 2 mounting screws
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Prevent winter damage to the roof, gutters, and downspouts with an Easy Heat ADKS Roof Snow De-Icing Kit. The simple yet effective design features a low-profile, black cable that snakes along outdoor surfaces and provides an uninterrupted path for melting water to flow without re-icing and forming dams. Suitable for almost any inclined roof and approved for both metal and plastic gutters, the cable is easy to install with the included clips and spacers and provides a handy service year in and year out with no maintenance required. It is also CSA Certified and UL Listed, provides 5 watts per foot and 120 VAC, and comes with a three-wire grounded plug and a 6-foot power cord. The cable is available in 30-, 60-, 80-, 100-, 120-, 160-, and 200-foot lengths to fit any sizing need; all mounting hardware is included.

From the Manufacturer

It's not those big icicles that do the real damage, it's the ice you don't see that backs up in gutters and under shingles. When the ice melts it can really do a number on repair costs. Easy Heat ADKS-300 60-Foot Roof Snow De-Icing Kit prevents water and ice damage by providing a clear path for melting water to flow off the roof. The versatile design adapts to most roof and gutter configurations. This product is intended for the sole use of preventing ice dams from forming on inclined roofs with tab shingles, in gutters and downspouts. This roof de-icing cable is not intended for use as a snow melting system to clear roof of ice and snow. This system can be installed with confidence that it will operate for years without requiring service. All components are made of the highest quality material and are tested during critical points in the manufacturing process.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6 x 8 x 8 inches
Item Weight 2.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Easy Heat
ASIN B0000DGAKI
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Item model number ADKS-300
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4.5 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
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I live in NE Wisconsin and this year we have had a larger issue with ice dams due to the snow fall and temperatures. Prior to placing the cable, I removed all traces of the ice with roof salt. I placed a double row, with the supplied spacer clips to insure that the cable did not cross. There was some light snow that fell and some additional from the roof that blew around, and the cable actually created ice from the snow. These were in temperatures that were below 15 Degrees F. Thinking that I had a defective cable, Amazon was nice enough to replace it, I redid the installation, and had exactly the same result. I contacted Emerson Customer Service, and was asked to verify the cable with a simple resistance check across the plug, which it passed. The first cable passed, as well. Customer Service indicated that the cable doesn't work well at lower temperatures. I've returned both cables with Amazon's incredibly great customer service.

I went in search of a functional gutter de-icer, and came upon the Raychem W51 Self Regulating Heating Cables. They were not available at Amazon, but I found them at good pricing here, [...] , Zoro Tools.

I installed it in the same location where the other cable was embedded in ice, and within 8 hours, my gutter was clear, and I could remove the Easy-Heat Cable. I hope this helps the next person, as I froze my fingers twice installing the Easy-Heat Cables.

Amazon folks, maybe you can put these into your stock and make a lot of folks with the ice dam problem happy.
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I live at 7800 feet in the mountains of Colorado. This bad baby is a must have for our long winters and heavy snow-load. I wish I would have found them sooner! I have a few of these. Some are permanently placed (easily done with the clips included in the kit if you have a shingled roof) and some I keep free floating to wrap around the icebergs that form on some parts of my roof. For the permenent placements I focus on the valleys of my roof and the edges of a steeply sloping roof that I cannot walk on without fear of falling. Be aware of the lines when using a roof rake. For the icebergs, I wrap the cord around the bottoms until the heat from the cord cuts the ice away from the roof then I use pure man power to roll the boulder off the roof. One recent winter we had 6 feet in one night so don't think that I have been neglecting my roof and thus the boulders :) One caveat... they hog the energy so our electric bill skyrockets in the winter. I use the temperture plugs that turn on at 32 degrees and off at 45 degrees to cut down on the power bill. This means... get a size that will work for your space. Don't get a big one just because you would like to have some extra line on hand... the bigger it is the more costly they are to use. Also, test them every year, its not good to have a big snow and realize that one of them isnt working. Be gentle with the cables, no snatching or pulling.
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For our garage's north roof prone to ice dams, I installed two of the 100ft length boxes per the recommended spacings using two different electrical circuits so that each was on a separate circuit and switches. Installed each one with its own sensor and configured additional small cords that allow non-sensor use with standard timers plugged into the outlets feeding each circuit. Why? Because sometimes I wanted to override the sensors to keep the heaters on all night to speed up melting when the sensors would normally not activate when temp and moisture criteria were not present. A neat trick I did was to also add during the system installation last summer, some security additions to the roof heater cords at the apex of each triangle and along the eaves where the clips were attached for the heater wires (this is where the heater wires change direction ie. the bottom apex of the heater cords triangles) . The security additions amounted to adding some small neoprene metal washers sandwiched into the provided clips. I pre-drilled small holes into the provided roof clips to allow a small neoprene hex head bolt to pass through the clip (ie the folded over part above the hook holding the heater cord) and the sandwiched neoprene washers and be driven into the 5/8" plywood decking without penetrating completely. All this was carefully designed and tested first off roof to make sure of the result. None penetrated and are holding magnificently despite some heavy wet snows. I didn't want any clips getting moved down by the freeze/thaw cycles and melting ice and snow. As far as I'm concerned, this product and system is fine. Other systems are many times more expensive but I wonder how much more beneficial for their high cost.
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I've got a couple of these cables and they're both doing great work. One is in a trick big gutter keeping it as ice-free as possible.

The one I'm happiest with though is the one I got last week after the 2+ inches of ice here in Indiana. I've been using it on my driveway to melt a grid and loops in the ice and it goes through the ice like a hot knife through butter. Once the cable has melted huges cracks and lines in the ice, it's easy to pry them up off the driveway. My driveway was cleared much faster this way than any of my neighbors dumping bag after bag of ice melting salts on theirs.

Depending on the outside temp, it took 2-4 hours to melth through each couple of inches of ice, then I'd love the cord to the next section.

Love it.
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