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Roof Deicing Options

When it comes to roof deicing you have several options, all of which can be customized to meet your specific roof heating needs. We strive to provide you with a selection of the best, most proven radiant heating solutions. Our experts will help you select the one that will best meet your needs and fit within your budget. Depending on the size of the application and area you wish to heat, there are several options available, each of which can be customized to meet your snow melting needs:

Roof deicing, self-regulating gutter heat trace cable. Gutter Melting
Warmzone radiant roof heating and gutter trace cables are durable, self-regulating cables that help to protect the structural integrity of your roof by melting heavy snow and ice from gutters, valleys and downspouts. These roof deicing systems can be easily installed in existing roofs to prevent icicles, ice buildup, and ice dams. Radiant roof heating systems are a great investment that not only enhances safety, but also protects structures and enhances the lifespan of your roof. Learn more about radiant roof heating and roof deicing.
Heat the edge of your roof.

Heat the Roof Edges
Applying radiant heat to the roof edges is the most common application for our radiant roof deicing systems. The attractive RoofHeat Panels systems feature self-regulating heat cable that is channeled into an aluminum panel that is designed for maximum heat transfer.

You can also install the thin, RoofHeat STEP low-voltage heating element discreetly under your roofing to provide heat for the roof eaves and prevent heavy snow from accumulating.

Installing roof heat in roof valleys to prevent ice dams.

Heat Roof Valleys and Problem Areas
Ice dams are typically the most problematic areas of roofs in cold-weather climates. When the temperature in the attic is above freezing, it can cause the snow on the roof to melt and trickle down the roof. When it hits the colder eaves, it refreezes. You can eliminate this threat by installing roof heat in your roof valleys. Our roof deicing systems are versatile and can heat almost any size or shaped area to fix ice buildup on roofs and prevent potential damage.

Low-voltage roof heating system being installed. Heat the Entire Roof
Heating your entire roof is the least common roof heating application, but it is still used. Most structures in climates that receive a lot of snow feature steep roof grades; however, buildings with flatter roofs need a more comprehensive roof heating solution. Heating the entire roof can be extremely beneficial because it eliminates snow and ice buildup, protecting the structural integrity of the roof and reducing the chance of water damage to the home.


Prevent roof damage by installing a roof deicing system.View photographs of how roof deicing systems are installed, and view roof heating systems in action by visiting our Roof Deicing Projects page.


FREE Roof Heating Quote

To provide you with an accurate estimate, we will need to know the dimensions of the area you wish to heat. It may be necessary to see a plan of your roof.


Email us or fax (801.948.7599) us a plan or sketch of your roof heating project and we will be happy to provide you with some options that are specific to the needs of your unique project. We will also include expert recommendations and an accurate price estimate.


Submit your information today and receive a FREE quote.