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The Avalanche Original Snow Removal Systems with the snow slide was invented in 1977 and sold in hardware stores. It has been tried-and-true in Minnesota winters ever since. It’s now lighter weight and more effective than ever before.
Removing roof snow is necessary to keep ice dams from forming and to prevent structural weight problems for a home or any structure. Ice dams can cause damage to shingles, sheetrock and more. Removing snow with each snowfall is important to prevent ice dams from forming by clearing the first 4-8 feet of snow from the edge of your roof. For deep and heavy snow, the Avalanche! is perfect and popular in high snowfall areas because it allows deep snow to be removed from roofs quickly and safely.
To remove snow, place the Avalanche roof rake head on the bottom edge of your roof. Roll the Avalanche up and snow easily slides off the roof. The Avalanche is fun and satisfying to use; it’s been known to make neighbors jealous. A lightweight handle and cutting head allow Avalanche to remove up to a ton of snow a minute. It’s designed for users of all ages and is less strenuous on the body than a traditional snow roof rake. Not only is the Avalanche Original easy to use, but also requires no tools to assemble!
Important facts about ice dams for homeowners:
Ice Dams occur when temperatures drift between 10 and 30 degrees Fahrenheit. Ice builds up on the edge of the roof, but snow will melt above the ice ridge and the water will collect and flow under the shingles and into the house, causing tea-colored stains on walls and ceilings and destroying wallboard, plaster and insulation.
How Do I know if I have ice dams?
To determine if your roof has ice dams, or is merely sporting innocent winter decoration, look for a ridge of ice at the roof’s edge, or a bulging area under a layer of snow above the icicles. Those are ICE DAMS. You often have to remove the snow buildup to see the ice ridge.
The Good News:
You don’t typically need to remove all of the snow on your roof to avoid ice dams. If you remove the lowest 4 to 8 feet from the roof edge this is usually enough to keep ice dams from forming.
Standard asphalt shingle roof: Original 500 Model with 1.5 inch wheels is designed specifically for this roofing material
Metal, tile, cedar shake, or architectural, and solar panel roof designs: Original 750 Model with 3 inch wheels designed specifically for this roofing material
Semi Truck Trailer, Mobile Homes and other Flat Roof Tops: Big Rig Rake 2000 with angled pole to access rooftop and removal snow
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The Avalanche! Story:
We know snow In Minnesota! In 1977 the Avalanche was invented in Minnesota. The goal was for a better tool to remove snow from a roof than the traditional roof rake.
The concept was a “snow slide” that used gravity to allow snow to slide off the roof rather than having to “pull” snow off a roof. This would eliminate the hard work of snow removal, but the challenge was, how to protect the roof's shingles. The solution was a cutting head that used wheels to elevate the head just enough to keep the cutting head above the shingles. The Avalanche Original was born.
This was the start of a company devoted to roof snow removal products and innovation for more than 40 years. Avalanche started selling in Minnesota hardware stores for the first time in 1977.
Today’s Avalanche Original has many improvements from the 1977 model and is designed to be even more effective and lighter weight.
Avalanche Inc. is based in Maple Lake, Minnesota where they manufacture and distribute.
We’re Passionate About Roof Snow Removal amp; Protecting Your Home
For more than 20 years we’ve been helping customers prevent ice dams and prevent damage to their roofs. We often hear from excited customers about Avalanche Original’s effectiveness and their jealous neighbors. We’re proud to sell a product invented and made in the USA!
Avalanche is committed to producing efficient and safe roof snow removal products. Our focus is serving our customers, superior products amp; quality relationships.
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