Q: Where are these shipped from?

Asked by: Al - 10/24/2017
A: All in stock orders are shipped 1 to 2 business days from Lemoyne, Pennsylvania
Answer provided by: MSRG Customer Service (10/24/2017)

Q: What Spacing is recommended?

Asked by: Douglas Rusch - 8/6/2019
A: Please click on the link at the top of the web page for spacing.
Answer provided by: MRSG Customer Service (8/6/2019)

Q: What is the price range? Is it based on quantity? Can these be powder coated to match my roof?

Asked by: Keith - 1/10/2020
A: The price range for the mill SnowCatcher is based on quality.
(25-49) $4.00 each
(50-149) $3.50 each
(150-500) $2.95 each
(500+) $2.75 each

Theses snow guards can be powder coated in 8 different colors and the price is $4.50 each. Minimum order for powder coated SnowCatcher is 100 pieces.

The link for the powder coated SnowCatcher is at https://www.metalroofsnowguards.com/Powder-Coated-Metal-SnowCatcher_p_51.html
Answer provided by: MRSG Customer Service (1/10/2020)

Q: What type of snow guard is best for my low-sloping roof (less than 3 - 12)?

Asked by: Scot - 2/2/2020
A: The panel type is more important than the roof pitch when determining which type of snow guard to use. The style and material that the snow guard is made from is a matter of personal preference. Please give a call at 800-766-5291 if more clarification is needed.
Answer provided by: MSRG Customer Service (2/2/2020)

Q: Do the metal guards come in red ?

Asked by: john - 5/2/2020
A: Yes, the metal SnowCatchers do come in red. There is a 100 piece minimum order and the lead time is 3-4 weeks. There is a link to the powder coated SnowCatchers in the description.
Answer provided by: MRSG Customer Service (5/4/2020)

Q: Do these each come with an EPDM gasket?

Asked by: Craigd - 8/5/2020
A: A 1/16" thick adhesive backed V742 CCF PVC foam sealer base pad is included.
Answer provided by: SnoBlox-Snojax (8/6/2020)

Q: How many snow guards would you need for a 2000sq ft metal roof?

Asked by: Neville Moore - 9/28/2020
A: There is a spacing tab at the top of the page that will give you a guideline of how many snow guards to use.

https://www.metalroofsnowguards.com/Spacing_ep_33.html

You will need to know:
Roof Pitch
Panel Length from peak to gutter
Length of the building that you are using snow guards.
Answer provided by: Metal Roof Snow Guards Customer Service (9/29/2020)

Q: How far up the roof (about 45 degrees) and laterally spaced should they be?

Asked by: Tom - 10/23/2020
A: Click on the word "spacing" at the top of any page on the website. The link will take you to the snow guard spacing web page.
Answer provided by: Meta Roof Customer Support (10/23/2020)

Q: Do they stock the stainless snow guards in Lemoyne

Asked by: Irv - 3/26/2021
A: Yes, the stainless steel snow guard are usually in stock at our Lemoyne warehouse. If you are using a GPS to get here the address is 671 Oak Street, Lemoyne, PA 17043. Our business hours are Monday - Friday from 8am to 5pm. Thank you for your interest in our products.
Answer provided by: Meta Roof Snow Guards (3/26/2021)

Q: Is this snowguard good for a copper roof?

Asked by: Lella - 8/18/2021
A: Stainless Steel snow guards would not be suitable for copper roofs. You would need to look into purchasing copper snow guards that solder to the panel or bronze snow guards that clamp to the roof seam. This is not a product that we sell. Thank you for your interest in our products!
Answer provided by: Metal Roof Snow Guards Customer Service (8/18/2021)

Q: What is the recommended ground snow load psf for the stainless steel snowcleate?

Asked by: Tom - 10/25/2021
A: The Stainless Steel Snow Catchers were tested to approximately 3923 pounds of force. There is a spacing link at the top of the main web page that has snow guard spacing guidelines. The stainless steel snow guards are recommended for up to 70 pounds of ground snow load. If your ground snow load is higher than 70 pounds, we would recommend using the ColorBar snow rails sold in 6' kits on this website.
Answer provided by: Metal Roof Snow Guards Customer Service (10/25/2021)