Protect Your Home and Enhance Safety
Warmzone roof heating systems are very versatile. There are several roof deicing options
that can be easily customized to provide snow and ice melting
for just about any type of roof and configuration. You
even have the option of choosing either an electric
or hydronic roof heating system. Warmzone radiant
heat experts are available and will work with you to evaluate
your project and challenges, understanding that are some
systems that will serve your needs better than others and
thereby recommend the optimum solution for you.
Roof deicing systems are based on cost, performance and aesthetics. We not only
consider your snow melting needs, but we also work around your budget to find and maximize
your investment to the best possible solution for your roof. (A large assortment of
heating options are available from Warmzone.
Call a radiant heating expert at 888.488.9276 to
learn more and determine which roof deicing system is best for your needs.)
Ice dams are the most common problems associated with
winter roof damage. A ridge of ice forms at the edge or
valley of a roof and prevents the melting snow
behind it from draining properly. The water backs up behind the
dam where it freezes and melts again. Eventually water
seeps through a compromised part of the roof, causing damage
to ceilings, walls, floors and eventually resulting in mold and mildew growth.
Warmzone roof heating systems can eliminate ice damming and prevent the need for costly
repairs. A variety of roof deicing systems are
available from Warmzone, and our experts will help you to
find the optimal solution for melting snow and ice from
roof eaves, valleys, and even entire roofs. Thin heating
elements can be discreetly installed under the shingles
and help to protect your home during the harsh winter months.
Warmzone is also the exclusive
U.S. distributor of
STEP roof deicing system. This innovative roof
heating system is a proven roof deicing solution that
continues to gain popularity. The advanced system features
a thin, self-regulating, low-voltage, semi-conductive
polyethylene heating element that can be used in a number
of radiant heating applications.
heating systems are ideal for new construction and/or remodeling of existing roofs.
heating systems are fully automated, utilizing
sensors that activate them only when necessary.
Warmzone roof deicing and radiant
gutter trace systems have been installed in most cold
regions throughout Northern America and are still the
most effective and discreet for roof deicing.