Products to Prevent Ice Dams on New Construction Roofs

Systems engineered and developed specifically for new construction roofs:

HotShinglePRO™

HotShinglePRO™ is a patent pending one-piece roof edge ice melt system engineered to easily install in place as the first row of shingles/shake/tile on all new construction or remodel roofing projects. A specially designed three sided angulated raceway protects and compresses a single commercial grade self regulating heat trace cable in place for a direct heat transfer to achieve maximum melt. The benefit of a direct heat transfer is less heat trace cable is needed to prevent ice dam and icicles formations on most roof edges in high snow load regions. If a 20” melt back is needed, the HotShinglePRO2X is available using only two heat trace cables. We are able to achieve this level of melt back with only two cables because we engineered the separation of the heat trace cables into this one-piece design for maximum melt using less energy and heat cable. Less heat trace cable means lower energy costs to operate. ENERGY CALCULATOR.  PLEASE KNOW, HOTEDGE IS ABLE TO PREVENT ICE DAMS AND ICICLES FROM FORMING USING A SINGLE HEAT TRACE CABLE ON 90% OF APPLICATIONS IN HIGH SNOW LOAD REGIONS WITH THE HOTSHINGLEPRO BECAUSE OF DESIGN AND DIRECT HEAT TRANSFER. HotShinglePRO will not interfere with all gutter systems. The open raceway design conforms to the NEC (National Electrical Code) Article 426 and provides access for insertion, inspection and replacement.  HotShinglePRO2X and 3X are engineered in a one-piece design to hold two and three heat trace cables respectively for extreme applications when additional melt back (20 inches with 2X and 30 inches with 3X) from roof edge is needed.

 

HotValleyPRO

INFORMATION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

This newly developed product is designed to replace traditional valley metal panels on new construction projects.

 

HotFlashingPRO

INFORMATION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

This newly developed product is designed to replace traditional metal flashing panels on new construction projects.