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Modèle # RM-65 Internet # 1000820615

Le déglaçant pour toit Roofmelt aide à éliminer les dégâts causés par les barrages de glace. Jetez simplement les pastilles sur les zones à problème du toit et laissez Roofmelt faire le travail. C'est aussi simple que cela. Roofmelt s'actionne au contact de la neige ou la glace.

  1. Jetez simplement les pastilles Roofmelt sur le barrage de glace
  1. Roofmelt s'actionne au contact de la neige ou la glace
  1. L'eau s'écoule du toit et non dans votre maison

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
8
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
9
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
10
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
10
Poids assemblé (en livres)
16
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
15.875
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
10
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
10

Détails

Forme du produit
Granulés
Pays d'origine
US-United States
Produits chimiques inclus
Chlorure de calcium

Garanties et certifications

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Fondant à glace RoofmeltKMI Fondant à glace RoofmeltLe déglaçant pour toit Roofmelt aide à éliminer les dégâts causés par les barrages de glace. Jetez simplement les pastilles sur les zones à problème du toit et laissez Roofmelt faire le travail. C'est aussi simple que cela. Roofmelt s'actionne au contact de la neige ou la glace.
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Fondant à glace Roofmelt est évalué 3.3 de 5 de 455.
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Rated 5 de 5 de par These work great, if you can put a hockey puck on your roof. These pucks work great, but you have to use them sensibly. Get up on a ladder and set them on the roof, or toss them up like a mini frizbee so they land flat side on the roof, or toss them up into fresh snow so they won't slide. I've been using them for several seasons, and as long as I remember to get them on the roof, I have no ice dam problems at all. The occasional toss comes flying off the roof, but if one breaks in half i toss it back up, or crush it on the sidewalk. At the end of a bucket, take the broken bits, and pour them into a doubled up old sock or panty hose and set it on the worst valley on your roof.
Date de publication: 2014-11-05
Rated 4 de 5 de par Big help! Have been using this product on the shadier edges of my roof that accumulate more snow and ice for the past couple of years, (especially where ice dams form)...have had a real problem some years with that. I don't have a nearby electrical outlet to install one of those warming cables, so roof melt, along with a roof rake (which I highly recommend if you don't have one), have been a great help in keeping things flowing on those shadier parts of my roof. If you can use the roof rake to get at least the bottom several feet of your roof free of snow, that will really help when the sun hits, and it will get things flowing, melting and moving.
Date de publication: 2016-01-05
Rated 3 de 5 de par Nice idea, poorly implemented Like most things these days, this was a nice idea poorly implemented. In theory, it sounds great, in reality. Not so much. The biggest problem is, getting it in the right place on your roof. If you have a low enough roof, you can reach up, or stand on something to get it into position, then it works pretty well. Of course, if you can reach it, there are other cheaper ways of getting at the ice. For higher roofs, it's a balancing act. Most of the ones I threw up there either missed, or else rolled back down my roof and shattered, wasting the tablets. At what they charge for these things, that ain't cheap. Another issue is I wish they came in a container that I didn't need to use a crowbar to open
Date de publication: 2014-02-09
Rated 3 de 5 de par Good idea. Works well. Poor implementation. The good news is that it does what it is supposed to do. Placing it in strategic places will break up the ice allowing the runoff to not back up onto the roof. The bad news is trying to get them to stay on the roof. Throwing them, as suggested, is haphazard and most of the time they end up rolling off of the roof. I finally took a roof rake, rigged a type of scoop on the end with some cardboard and tape, and PLACED the tablets on the roof where I wanted them. Even then, some would roll off and had to be redone. If you have the patience, they are worth having. They are also good for places where you can't scrape or have any roof coils.
Date de publication: 2015-03-31
Rated 1 de 5 de par Save your money A few people recommended I try these tablets to break up some of the ice covering the roof of the back of my home that doesn't get sun. After roof raking, it became a sheet of ice. Because of that, these slide right off, hit the ground and break - useless. What tablets I was able to get onto the roof in the snow drifts, didn't melt at all. I realize it's not supposed to completely melt every square inch of ice, but it didn't do anything. At almost $20 a bucket, save the money and check whether or not your attic is adequately/properly insulated. That's the problem behind my ice dams. I thought this product would help me in avoiding damage until I can re-insulate. The product was completely useless to me.
Date de publication: 2014-02-10
Rated 5 de 5 de par This saved our house We where lucky enough to have Home Depot selling it for the regular retail with free shipping. A good amount of sellers prices doubled or almost trippled during the bad snow here in New England. The product does work. ( we did roof rake as well) We had part of an ice dam fall off our roof and we were able to see the water channels the tablets created. My only compaint is they are hard to get on roof. (we have 3 floors) The best way I have found is an under hand toss. Just aim away from windows they could break them. I think if we were able to get them up there right after the storm the results would have been better. I ended up buy 3 more totes for next year!!!!!!
Date de publication: 2015-04-15
Rated 5 de 5 de par Worked exactly as described We had a terrible winter, with significant ice dams on our new home. These melted the ice dam from below, allowing water to drain off the roof. I ordered extra to have on hand for the future. The picture below is the ice dam that fell off my roof after melting from below. The roof melt tabs melt through the ice, to the roof and then drains under the ice instead of backing up into the attic.
Date de publication: 2014-04-08
Rated 5 de 5 de par Great Box Gutter Protection from Ice Purchased this product after we sustained tremendous interior damage from a ice dam within the box gutter in December, well we had twice the amount of ice and snow in Jan and Feb, and NO ice dams since using this. Very each to use - they are slightly smaller than hockey pucks and have a good weight to them. Very easy to lobe them up to the 3rd story roof into the ridge and box gutter. Wish I did this in December!! Oh and very roof friendly, no residue or salt stains which we were concerned since the roof is only 3 years old!
Date de publication: 2015-03-08
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How big of a area will one puck de-ice?

Ice on my roof eaves is about 4” thick
Posée par: Dave
They are made to dissolve and run down the roof in a stream to melt a channel through the ice dam. Depending on the coditicond, three to five inches per puck.
Répondue par: Bones
Date de publication: 2021-02-22

How big are these?

How big are these?
Posée par: Curious
Roughly 2" in diameter and 1" thick
Répondue par: Bones
Date de publication: 2021-02-22

Can this be used on metal roofs without damage?

Posée par: Jollyroger123
Like all chloride-based materials, calcium chloride is moderately corrosive to unprotected common metals but, in general, there is little difference in corrosion between the various chloride-based deicers, including rock salt (sodium chloride), magnesium chloride and calcium chloride. One time usage would be fine. It is made to be used in aluminum gutters, though the inside of the gutters generally are not painted as a metal roof would be. So I personally would be concerned about paint corrosion on the metal roofing panels. So an every year usage I would seek to remedy the ice daming on a metal roof another way. Using heated cables, insulating better in that roof line, using a plastic style Roof rake w/extension Poole and remove 3’ foot area of along the metal roof each snow fall. That is what I do to prevent most of the ice damping that occurs on my home. But there are a few valley roofs areas I’m unable to reach even with an 18’ roof rake. So that is where I use this RoofMelt product. Thought I don’t have a metal roof (traditional shingle) I have applied a n industrial clear coat onto the shingles in those valley areas where I’m using RoofMelt.So to have some added assurances the RoofMelt (being used every year) isn’t going to cause corrosion (drying out) of the shingles.
Répondue par: MichiganMantisGuy
Date de publication: 2019-03-03

Will this work differently on a tile roof?

We have a 100 year old house, and it’s the original tile. Also the ice dam has oh so conveniently wrapped around our electric wire (the one that goes from the utility pole to our house).
Posée par: EA
These tablets are safe for use on all roofs. Best if you can use a ladder and place them as strategically as possible. The tossing method is hit or miss. I hope this helps you
Répondue par: Bones
Date de publication: 2021-02-20

How much is in the container?

Posée par: Bkb
About 30 to 40 soap size bricks.
Répondue par: HomeDepotCustomer
Date de publication: 2021-02-06

Does it harm plants ?

Posée par: Diane
No, it would not harm your plants, not the same as Salt.
Répondue par: Zegota
Date de publication: 2021-03-07

About half of my bucket of Roofmelt is powder, can this be pourd on the ice and snow?

About half of my bucket of Roofmelt is powder, can this be pourd on the ice and snow?
Posée par: Dave
Since it's chemical composition hasn't changed, it should still melt the ice. I read an article about a technique in my favorite 'Handyman' magazine that said you can tie off one end of a pant leg (from jogging pants or dress pants you no longer need), put calcium-chloride flakes in it to create a 'tube', and then tie off the other end. You'd place that tube over the gutter section to help the ice melt. This does two things. The pant leg serves to prevent the ice melt from dissolving immediately (slow-release) and it also allows for a more precise application. (versus just 'sprinkling' it like pixie-dust on the tilt-a-whirl, a la, cousin Eddie's son working the tilt-a-whirl ride at the carnival... sorry, I couldn't resist) I imagine pantyhose would also work but wouldn't be as slow-release as a heavier material.
Répondue par: Charlie
Date de publication: 2020-09-04

Can i use this on roof with asphalt shingles

Posée par: Nsi
Yes, I used this on my asphalt shingle roof. No problems. It does exactly what it says but will take most of the container for a really bad ice dam.
Répondue par: Moose
Date de publication: 2021-02-15
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