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This project exemplifies the process of successfully designing and installing a snow retention system. By leaning on Berger's experience and knowledge, the installer was able to complete the project with confidence and provide the homeowner with peace-of-mind knowing the system will perform for years to come.
When selecting a snow retention system, it is important to consider the following criteria: safety, budget and aesthetics. Knowing this, be sure to consider which guards will best reduce snow and ice slides, understand your client's budget and what products best fit their specific needs and determine whether the selection visually complements the project design.
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Application: A residential project that involved integrating a snow retention system with an custom residential roofing system featuring multiple transitions and varied slopping details
Snow Retention System: Berger Building Products SL1 Snow Meister
Roofing System: Fabral 1 1/2" SSR Standing Seam Panels
Color: Antique Bronze
Here is how it got done:
Overall, this was a seamless process - even including the 3 revisions. By securing snow guards via Berger, not only was product secured but much needed application experience was accessed and used.
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