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  • As silly as it sounds, this is used on the most homes out there. People are spending thousands on specific shingles matching the home, then drape them with black wire.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. This presentation overviews the problems of roof ice and how to prevent ice buildup effectively.
  • 3. Thermal Technologies’ Heat Panel systems stop Ice buildup at the roof’s edge. AFTER BEFORE
  • 4. Heat panels are installed at the roof’s edge and valleys, where ice naturally forms.
  • 5. The panels between roof shingles. They are available in a wide variety of sizes and types to fit any new or existing roof.
  • 6. Why is preventing ice buildup so important?
  • 7. Ice buildup can cause roof damage and introduce leaks and mildew inside the home.
  • 8. Ice can buildup at the roofs edge, causing the formation of ice dams.
  • 9. Ice dams are formations of ice that can create a large, massive pond of water behind the blockage.
  • 10. How do Ice Dams form?
    • Snow accumulates.
    • Snow begins to melt from solar heat and home heat loss.
    • Refreezing occurs along colder valleys and overhangs, forming dams of ice.
  • 11. Ice Dams Cause Roof Damage
    • Water pools accumulate behind dam, causing leaks
    • Massive ice expands and causes roof and gutter damage
    • Dangerous icicles grow as more refreezing occurs
  • 12. Ice Dams are a major concern for homeowners in cold climates
  • 13. Ice Dams Introduce Water Damage Mold & Mildew Certification can cost more than the typical heated roof panel install, many times over. Stained Stucco and wood, water deposits on brick and facea and interior water damage. Some molds can be deadly. Protection a roof against seasonal ice and snow.
  • 14.
    • Dangerous mold and falling ice are a serious safety concern.
    • Mold & Mildew Certification can cost more than the typical heated roof panel install, many times over.
    • There’s only so much weight a gutters or even the entire roof can take before it must give under the pressure.
    Water & Ice Damage is not covered by insurance.
  • 15. Heated Roof Panels Stop Ice Dams
  • 16. Thermal Technologies has a wide variety of options to stop ice dams, icicles and snow load on any type of roof
  • 17. For mild climates, and moderate snow fall, traditional heat cables are a great choice.
  • 18. Zig Zag Cables are tacky looking
    • Energy Inefficient
      • Less than 2” melted surface area—40 watts per foot
    • Not a good choice for cold climates
  • 19. For this home, heat cables were not adequate.
  • 20. If heat cables are not adequate, heat panels are an obvious choice.
  • 21. Using heated panels is cheaper to operate than heat cables alone. The type of eave panel you need depends on your eave overhang size and roof type.
  • 22. T1 Heated Eave Panel (8”)
    • Key Features
    • Effective roof de-icing for small overhang up to 12”
    • Melts more snow and ice with less energy
    • Fully automated
    • Elegant, classy design
    • Accepts Two Sizes of Heat Cable
  • 23.
    • Designed for homes with little to no eave
    • 8” heated surface area
    • Integrated heated drip edge
    • 2 passes of 8 w/foot, Self Regulating Heat Cables
    • Effective in eave melting and icicle removal
    • Finish – Durable Powder-coated finish or Decorative Color Claddings
    • Easy installation as a retrofit or as new roof
    T1 Panel After Before
  • 24. T-Panels
    • Energy Efficient
      • 12” melted surface area—12watts per foot
      • 18” melted surface area—18 watts per foot
    • Aluminum Alloy extruded panel maximizes heat transfer
    • With interlocking transition, Expandable 6” panel sections melts up to 12”
  • 25. T-Panels
    • Specially designed channel system fits both Self Regulating Heat Cables, and Hydronic Tubing
    • Direct contact eliminates wasted air space, increases heat transfer to the surface
    • Snap on face plate makes for easy installation
    • Finish – Durable Powder-coated finish or Decorative Color Claddings
    • Easily expandable
  • 26. T2 Panel on Asphalt Roof T2 Panel With Copper Cladding
  • 27.  
  • 28.  
  • 29. T3 PANEL
  • 30. T3 PANEL – HYDRONIC OPTION
  • 31. T3 PANEL ON SHAKE ROOF
  • 32.  
  • 33. T3 PANEL ON METAL ROOF
  • 34. T-Zone Panels are larger than T-Panels. They accommodate roofs with larger eaves and provide a very attractive architectural accent.
  • 35.
    • Designed for Eaves over 24” and above
    • Largest coverage area on the market
    • Modified Standing Seam Design
    • Fits both Self Regulating Heat Cables, and Hydronic Tubing
    • Effective in melting and cutting snow from eave edge
    • Decorative Color Claddings
    • Easy installation as a retrofit or as new roof
    T-ZONE
  • 36.
    • Heated Transition designed for use on home where eave “Slip Sheet” have been placed
    • Allows for snow to release and cut away from upper roofing material
    • Easy to retro fit and instal
    • Fits both Self Regulating Heat Cables, and Hydronic Tubing
    • Decorative Color Claddings
    T-ZONE HEATED TRANSITION
  • 37.  
  • 38.  
  • 39.  
  • 40. Valley panels create a channel to allow water to escape. Thermal Technologies offers a variety of valley panels to coordinate with the new or existing roof.
  • 41.
    • Designed to retro fit into existing valleys without the need to remove roofing material
    • Large melted area clearing valley from snow or ice
    • Use on Metal or Asphalt roofing material
    • Fits both Self Regulating Heat Cables, and Hydronic Tubing
    • Powder coated finish to match shingles or eave panels
    T-PANEL SINGLE HEATED VALLEY
  • 42.
    • Designed to retro fit into existing valleys without the need to remove roofing material
    • Large melt path areas clear valley from snow or ice
    • Use on Metal or Asphalt roofing material
    • Fits both Self Regulating Heat Cables, and Hydronic Tubing
    • Decorative Color Claddings
    T-ZONE SINGLE HEATED VALLEY
  • 43.
    • Designed for use in valleys of new or tear off roofs
    • Huge melted area clearing valley from snow or ice
    • Use on Metal or Asphalt roofing material
    • Fits both Self Regulating Heat Cables, and Hydronic Tubing
    • Decorative Color Claddings
    T-ZONE DOUBLE HEATED VALLEY
  • 44. We have several specialty products suited for a wide variety of roof types, including metal and flat roofs.
  • 45.
    • Designed for Standing Seam Metal Roofs
    • Customizable surface melt area
    • Fit in between standing seam “Ribs”
    • No cutting of existing roof material
    • 2 passes of 8 w/foot, Self Regulating Heat Cables
    • Color Matched decorative cladding blends heat panels to roof
    RETRO ZONE
  • 46.
    • Designed for Corrugated Metal Roofs
    • Customizable surface melt area
    • 2 or passes of 5 w/foot, Self Regulating Heat Cables
    • Hidden design
    HEAT WAVE
  • 47.
    • Designed for low pitch and flat roof buildings
    • 6” – 10” surface melt area
    • Integrated heated drip edge
    • 2 passes of 8 w/foot, Self Regulating Heat Cables
    • Used on Asphalt, Metal or EPDM membrane roofing products
    • Eliminate dangerous snow and ice from falling from building roof
    HEATED DRIP EDGE
  • 48. Many Thermal Tech products accept pex tubing to allow for hydronic heating. A fluid is heated, then pumped through the panels. This can provide dramatic energy savings over using heat cables.
  • 49.
    • Only system designed for roof deicing on market
    • Fits most Thermal Technologies panels
    • Huge reduction in energy consumption over electric cables
    • Engineered to retrofit to existing or stand alone boiler options
    • Can be powered by electric, gas, solar and geo thermal means
    HYDRONIC ROOF DEICING
  • 50. Why Choose Thermal Technologies?
  • 51. Protecting my investment
    • Water damage history reduces value of home
    • Mold and mold certification. Property purchases can’t proceed without a mold certification.
    • Cosmetic damage to home (Stained Stucco and wood, water deposits on brick and facea, icicles, ice dams, heat tape looks unattractive)
    • Physical damage to home (Brocken gutters, water damage to roof and interior sheetrock, warping roof, floors, paint damage, carpenter ants eating moist wood)
  • 52. Safety for me and my family, tenants, and the public
    • Snow and ice falling on children and other family members, tenants, and public
    • Ice deposits forming slip hazards on ground
    • Mold spores damaging health
    • Lawsuits for damaged property
  • 53. Cost Savings
    • Heat Cables are Expensive to operate (electricity costs, not green)
    • Costly repairs to roof, surrounding fixtures like decks, and water damage
    • Costly repair for mold removal
    • Costly insurance claims and rate hikes from ice and water damage
  • 54. Convenience
    • It’s a hassle to work with insurance agents to resolve claims
    • It’s a hassle to work with contractors to repair damage
    • Our revolutionary systems are the best at solving ice dam problems and concerns
  • 55. Why Our Competitors Products Fail
    • Cheaper quality materials
    • Inferior design
    • Does not effectively remove ice dams and snow from roofs
    • Shorter lifecycle
    • Unattractive
  • 56. Why choose Thermal Technologies
    • Our products have these features:
    • High Quality Aluminum Alloy extrusions
    • Removes ice and snow along the entire length and width of the panel with high-efficiency thermal conductivity
    • A longer life-cycle than competitors products
    • Having these features means:
    • Our products effectively prevent the formation of ice dams when other products fail
  • 57. Why choose Thermal Technologies
    • Protect your investment by preventing water damage, water stains, and mold
    • Protect your family from physical harm by preventing falling ice and snow, mold spores, and slick ice deposits on the ground
    • Save money by using less electricity
    • Save money by preventing the need to repair damage from water and ice caused to roofs, decks, facea, etc.
    • Prevent the inconveniences caused by filing costly insurance claims and dealing with costly repairs
    • Prevent lawsuits due to damaged property and personal injury
  • 58. For More Information
    • Visit www.thermaltechusa.com