72 Pane Road, Newington, CT 06111
Phone: 860-667-1948 • Fax: 860-667-1430 • Email: [email protected]
Newington Electric

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Roof and Gutter Snow and Ice Heat Cables

100% eliminated snow and ice dams through professionally installed heat cables.

Roof Ice Melt Cables


Snow and Ice De-icing CablesIce dams completely overtaking a gutter and forming dangerous icicles.

Preventative measures taken


Without a roof and gutter ice melt system

With a roof and gutter ice melt system


This picture shows how roof de-icer cables prevent ice dams before they start.

Melting snow, freezing rain, and heat being released through the roof creating an ice dam

De-icer cables are the answer!


 Icicles this large, weighing more than 100 pounds each, create a hazard for people and property.

Ice dams can form along the edge of your roof and completely over take your gutter system. This causes giant icicles to form and hang from your gutters over entrance ways, sometimes causing an unsafe condition for unsuspecting visitors.

Hanging icicles can cause serious personal injury. The icicles shown above weigh between 50 and 150 pounds.


Brand new homes and older homes alike can be subjected to water damage due to ice and snow buildup.

Ice dams are formed from melting snow and water that run down the roof and freeze along the roof line and into the gutter. This then causes water to back up and go under the roof shingles, allowing water to leak into the home.

The combined weight of this ice dam is more than 1,200 pounds, which can cause severe exterior structural damage to the home by ripping down part of the roof and gutters.

 After ice dams have formed, removing the snow is little or no help to prevent water from coming up underneath the shingles.

 Ice dams create a pool of water that can seep under shingles and refreeze, causing damage.

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Poor installation by an unqualified person

Proper installation by the professional electricians at
CT Roof and Gutter Ice Melt Systems.