Monday, November 9, 2020

How to Make Roof Snow Removal Plans at the Best Time

Roof Snow Removal Plans
We use preventative monitoring technologies to help our clients stay on top of roof snow removal plans for the winter season. Save time, money, and property by preventing roof collapses and weather damage from accumulated snow. Cold weather can cause materials to become brittle over time, which makes any sagging a potentially dangerous situation. Using technology to help us gauge when to call for snow will help businesses avoid roof collapses.

COVID Safety Measures

Providing preventative monitoring technologies for our clients is vital in helping them and their customers stay safe. But on that same note of safety, we take the COVID safety measures with the utmost seriousness. Our team follows a few guidelines to help everyone stay safe:

·         Separate SRS Workstations to Reduce Close Contact Between Technicians

·         Clearly Mark SRS Work Areas to Minimize Contact with Client's Staff or Other Contractors

·         Have Hand Sanitizer Readily Available and Used Frequently While On the Worksite

·         Regularly Disinfect Doors, Door Handles, Countertops, and Other Surfaces In the SRS Work Area

·         Coordinate Work Site Plans and Timetables with Building Management and Any Affected Contractors

Contact us today for more details about our products and services and our COVID protocols. We'll be glad to discuss any concerns or answer any inquiries.

How to Detect Signs of Roof Collapse

Roof Collapse

Architects make roofs from very strong materials, and we often don't think about the roofs over our heads because we trust that the structure is safe. However, when it comes to wintertime in the Northern US and Canada, wet, heavy snow can really strain the structure's integrity and potentially cause a roof collapse. Safe Roof Systems cares about everyone's safety, especially in moments when the roofs are in danger of collapsing. Most property owners don't realize that there's a problem until it's too late; that's why we make our snow roof alarm available.

Using technology like this will help alert you when you need to call for snow removal, which will save you time and money in the future. This device is specifically designed for commercial use. Roof collapse is incredibly scary in a place where many people are in one facility, such as a community center or shopping center. When left unchecked, wet snow can pile up to unimaginable weight and make the roof sag. Over time sagging and cold weather can make the material turn brittle and cause a collapse.

Contact us today to learn more about how you can prevent roof collapse with our roof snow alarm system.

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Staying Safe While Installing a Roof Snow Alarm System


Roof Snow Alarm System
As winter comes around, the threat of snowfall comes with it. That could mean a great deal of added weight pressing down on your business, causing a potential roof collapse if you aren’t careful. That is why business owners must have a roof snow alarm system specifically designed to warn when the amount of snow on their roof is starting to get to be a bit too heavy.

While, in the past, having someone install one of these systems might have only meant researching some reviews and picking the right contractor to meet your needs, things are a bit different today due to COVID-19. Rely on Safe Roof Systems for proper installation of your business’s roof alarm system. You can be sure we are going to take all of the necessary safety precautions to reduce the possibility of exposing you, your employees, your customers to this virus.

When you contact our roof snow alarm contractor, make sure to ask us about the different COVID-related safety precautions we take when installing your system. We utilize high-quality, proper PPE, sanitize, and only bring the number of contractors needed for the job. We put our customer’s health first when reducing the risk of snow damage.

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Why You Need to Install Predictive Monitoring Technologies Before Winter Arrives

 

Predictive Monitoring Technologies

Proactively protecting your business is the only way to stop disasters before they start. By knowing you need to take action before a problem reaches its critical point, you can act quickly and avoid major repair bills. This is especially true when it comes to installing a roof monitor on your business before winter. From stadiums to schools, Safe Roof Systems has your snow alarm needs covered.

When those winter storms start blowing and dumping pounds of snow onto your business, you need to know precisely how much weight your roof can handle before it starts to cause damage. With predictive monitoring technologies from Safe Roof Systems, you can keep track of the amount of snow on your roof so you can have it removed when the time comes. You won’t need to make needless trips to the roof or risk waiting too long to clear the snow.

By the time the storms start, it could be too late to take advantage of this technology. Instead, make sure your business is ready before winter so that you don’t end up staring down expensive roof repair or replacement bills due to snow damage. Safe Roof Systems is able to install a system that works with your roof to ensure that you have a good idea about just how much snow your roof can handle.

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Safe Roof Systems’ Best Practices for Covid




The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has created unforeseeable challenges for all of us, and like the customers we serve, we are adapting to the crisis by implementing new safety measures. At Safe Roof Systems, we place the health of our customers, staff, and technicians as the highest priority. When you call us to install a top-quality roof snow alarm that can spare you from the expense of preventable damage, you can count on us to follow strict guidelines.

Social distancing, regular sanitization, and minimizing exposure are essential in the fight against this disease. So, when you hire our team, we follow best practices to ensure safety with Covid. All SRS technicians are equipped with PPE; limiting work-site exposure between our team and your on-site staff and guests.

Our team follows a few simple guidelines to help everyone stay safe:
  • Separate SRS workstations to reduce close contact between technicians
  • Clearly mark SRS work areas to minimize contact with your staff or other contractors.
  • Have hand sanitizer readily available and used frequently while on the work site.
  • Regularly disinfect doors, door handles, countertops, and other surfaces in the SRS work area.
  • Coordinate work site plans and time tables with building management and any effected contractors

 We will be doing our part as well while we install your snow alarm on your roof. By cooperating and following common guidelines, we can better protect each other as we carry on with our regular business practices. Office managers, contact our team to coordinate your site-specific concerns and requirements.

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Safe Roof Systems Supports Work-Place Health & Safety Protocols



Rules and procedures for contractors accessing work-places have changed significantly with the spread of Covid-19. The reality is that these standards will likely be in place for years to come. Our team at Safe Roof Systems is dedicated to maintaining the highest standard of safety.

Important questions and concerns include:
  • Does contractor access now require business managers to send their staff home again?
  • Will contact areas require sanitization after work is complete?    
Snow removal operations often require a large crew. Questions our customers have had include:
  • How difficult will it be to safely remove snow when needed?
  • Can you limit the size of a crew safely and responsibly?
SRS roof deflection alarms tell you when to act and also helps limit work-place exposure by qualifying how many contractors will be needed. Our alarm systems also show our team where contractors are required.

Know when and where to remove roof snow. Save time and money while maintaining a safe work environment with Safe Roof Systems. Contact SRS today for an on-line roof risk review and alarm system proposal.




Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Predictive Roof Monitoring - Make Your Life Easier!

predictive monitoring technologies



Always be prepared – a Boy Scout motto that has particular value today.

Predictive roof monitoring is a must-have tool for facility maintenance going forward.
Because, in our new reality, inviting service crews into a workspace brings opportunity for viral exposure.  It is no longer going to be convenient or safe to have a team of roofing specialists entering your building or place of business unless it is absolutely necessary. 

Our deflection alarm systems have always provided savings. Now, with today’s new priorities, roof monitoring allows facility managers to safely monitor and maintain roof conditions without inviting outside personnel into their buildings.

A DMD-series roof deflection alarm system automatically alerts facility managers when and where roof load mitigation is required. This allows you to scale the response and balance the need with safe staffing levels. 

Contact Safe Roof Systems today and learn how to always be prepared by adding remote and automatic roof load monitoring to your facility's predictive maintenance program.