Roof Snow Removal
Winters can be a tough time for your roof.
When heavy snow accumulates on your roof, its weight causes your roof a great deal of stress. A novice snow removal team will not understand the complexities and hazards on your roof and can oftentimes do more harm to your roof than good.
Don’t put your people or property at risk. Make sure you are signed up for CentiMark’s Rooftop Snow Removal Services. Just read through the Snow Removal Waiver, sign and return it and you will be at the top of our list. With hundreds of calls coming in after a heavy snowstorm, priority scheduling will be critical for your roof!
Professional Commercial and Industrial Rooftop Snow Removal Services:
- 24/7 emergency snow and ice removal - anytime, anywhere
- CentiMark associates trained in proper snow removal techniques and equipment to avoid damage to the roof
- Special attention to interior structures that could be affected such as drop ceiling tiles and computer cables
- Our crews are professionals at repairing all major roof systems, if leaks or damage has occurred
The steps CentiMark takes to ensure proper safety and removal of snow:
- Underdeck inspection paying attention for deflection
- Place flag markers to identify skylights and other projections before removing snow
- Provide clear passage to all drains
- Clear all roof units, vents and gutters
- Special attention to snowdrift areas (parapet and firewalls, penthouses and elevation changes)
Preventative Snow and Ice Solutions:
Snow Guards – On sloped roofs, they hold the snow at the edge or peak of a roof allowing the snow to melt gradually. This prevents a massive amount of snow from sliding off the roof and causing unsafe conditions on the ground below.
Four Facts you should know about Snow and Snow Removal:
- 1Factors such as how your building was designed, constructed and what modifications have been made affect how much weight your structure can sustain.
- 2One inch of wet, dense snow is equal to 1.66 pounds per square foot. So if you get six inches of snow, you have 9.96 pounds per square foot. If your roof is 50,000 square feet you have 498,000 pounds of load on your roof!
- 3Snow drifts affect the total weight being applied to your roof by placing a disproportionate amount of weight in certain areas of the roof.
- 4If snow melts and then refreezes, ice can slow or eliminate the ability of the roof to drain properly, causing dangerous weight amounts on the roof.
Snow Removal Services
12 Grandview Circle
Canonsburg, PA 15317
or email it to: National.Accounts@CentiMark.com