Very clever and satisfying way of removing snow from your roof

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+21 1. ComentAtor commented 6 years ago

nice .. if you can reach the roof
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+6 2. Gorf commented 6 years ago

Why would you want to? As long as it's not too heavy for the structure, snow is a great insulator.
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+1 3. isitmeor commented 6 years ago

so why not hit straight to the root of the problem and place a thin film of that plastic all over the roof next winter ?
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+4 4. ringmaster commented 6 years ago

#2 not if the roof gives... And you can't be absolutely certain. Insurance companies in Norway refuse to cover neglicence.
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+9 5. smi commented 6 years ago

This way is much more clever, faster and satisfying. >:)
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0 6. OneBadApple commented 6 years ago

....and we think we're so big for landing men on the moon. Hey, I resolved the same issue by moving to Florida.

Annual minutes required to maintain a clear roof: Zero
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+1 7. BooTheGoose commented 6 years ago

#1 That's what the pole is for...
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0 8. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

Would work on a tiled roof :P
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+1 9. peelo2020 commented 6 years ago

#2 We already have proper insulation in our roofs and walls due to recurring winters every year :). There is no need for "snow insulation". Besides, it would need to cover the whole building, not just the roof.

#4 Not sure where you got the Norway from, but they are speaking Finnish in that video. Soooooo, I would assume they are from Finland. I know that because, you know, I'm from Finland :)
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0 10. adamschule85 commented 257 days ago

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