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Roofmelt Pellet Ice Dam Melter - 14 lb

Article #62525000 Model #RM-65 Format 14LB
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Description

Roofmelt ice dam melter helps prevent damage from ice dams. This 100% calcium chloride ice melter is effective and easy to use: while on the ground, simply toss tablets on the ice dam and let Roofmelt do the work. Roofmelt tablets melt through the ice dam down to the roof. Water drains safely from the roof to the ground, the pressure from the water under the ice dam is then eliminated.
  • Helps prevent damage from ice dams
  • Simple to use - toss tablet on roof
  • None others
  • None other

Product specifications

Primary Active Ingredient
Urea
Biodegradable
Yes
Natural
Yes
Stains
Yes
Calcium Chloride Included
Yes
Minimum Working Temperature (Fahrenheit)
-25 Fahrenheit
Minimum Working Temperature (Celsius)
-31.66666667 Celsius
Application Type
Pellets
Warranty
None
Type
Ice melt
Sodium Chloride Included
No
Magnesium Chloride Included
No
Corrosion Resistant
No
Package Type
Bucket(s)
Storage Requirements
Store in dry environment
Series Name
Roofmelt
Package Quantity
1
Package Size(lbs.)
14 lbs.
Epa Registration Number
82835
Package Size(kg)
6.3504 Kilograms
CMA Included
No
Model Description
14# Roofmelt Ice Melter

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How many pucks in the 14lb. tub?

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Roofmelt Pellet Ice Dam Melter - 14 lb is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 41.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works if you know what to expect and how to use it [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I called Roofmelt's customer service, and learned that the right way to use Roofmelt is *not* according to the directions on the package. Throw three pucks just above the ice dam, every six or seven feet. Above 25 degrees Fahrenheit, these will need to be reapplied every one to two days. In colder temperatures, one only need reapply every three to four days. Roofmelt will *not* make the dam vanish. Instead, it melts the bond between the bottom of the dam and the roof, so that the water will drain out of the bottom of the dam. So, yes; Roofmelt works to prevent water from entering the wall, despite not making ice dams disappear.
Date published: 2018-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from They work very well! This is my second season using them, my house is prone to ice damming. First I use a roof rake after a heavy snow, and then I toss the pucks up to the area I didn't rake. I also toss them up to the areas that I cannot reach with the roof rake. This has almost eliminated build up for the second year. It is important to use prior to the damming, although I have not tried them after damming it seems as though it would be more difficult to eliminate the problem. Also, be careful when tossing....follow the path of the puck because they sometimes roll off the roof and you need to get them out of the snow! Not a big deal.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does the trick, works as good as anything I've use These work quite well at loosening and breaking up ice dams. It took several pucks in several spots to be effective, but then again I get really big and nasty ice dams due to poor insulation. The best way to use these is to place several in a few different spots to cut a place for the melting snow and ice to flow. It also loosens up large sections at a time so I was able to break large chunks of the dam after a few hours, letting me remove a complete dam in some sections. Just like any ice melt it's a consumable so it takes multiple applications just like your driveway as snow and ice melt and refreeze as temperatures change. All in all I'm quite pleased with the results, it's easier to use than the old ice melt in stockings trick I used to do and gives similar results. Until I re-insulate the attic, I'll keep using these.
Date published: 2015-02-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Melts the ice if it doesn't roll off the roof! I purchased this product a few days ago, and attempted to place the pucks on my roof as close to the ice dam as possible. Some of the pucks melted a hole in the ice the same shape as the puck. All that was left was a white puck stuck on my roof. You can't toss or throw the pucks on the roof because they just roll off. Basically, you need the appropriate ladder tall enough to hand place the pucks on top of the ice dam. You are better off breaking up the pucks into small pieces, almost like regular rock salt. Bottom-line: I stll have ice dams three days later, but no pucks.
Date published: 2015-02-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst purchase ever made at Lowe's Product did not work. I threw about 10 discs up on the corner of my front door where I have significant ice build up and it just didn't touch it. Ice just kept building up and never melted a thing. Road Runner salt in a knee hi nylon stocking works MUCH better than this roofmelt and is a whole lot cheaper.
Date published: 2013-01-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from waste The product is about as effective as tossing a snowball on your roof.
Date published: 2013-12-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Don't just throw it on your roof! This product does melt the ice, but you cannot just throw it on your roof and expect all the ice to go away. You have to get the water to flow off of your roof, and once it starts to flow you have to get it down your gutters. My advise is to place them in your gutters on top of the ice, do not just throw them up on your roof expecting them to land just right. then place them in a row going up your roof. Again get the water to flow, make a channel on your roof. I use them to keep the gutters clear and then use calcium chloride socks to keep channels clear on my roof. the best solution is to get the snow off the edge of your roof, but it the ice gets there first, then use this product with calcium chloride socks.
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Well in Conjunction with Snow Rake Seeing all the poor reviews led me to write this one. I have had a positive experience with roofmelt. I live in Northeast US and have been using them for about a week and a half. One bucket full. I "rake" the roof of snow near gutters, but I can't always keep up, it just is not enough, and the second story is tough to reach. So, thought I would try the roofmelts, after dismissing them last year. I threw the pucks half way up the roof on the first story, just past where I raked away the snow. Just a few to test them out. They appeared to help create channels for the ice / water to flow. It took some time, but was clearly working. So I threw up lots more. Water is dripping onto the ground a week or so later. There are still ice dams, but it appears that the water is getting past them (according to roofmelt package it goes under the dams). About this time last year this was not the case, though I did not snow rake (nor use snowmelt), so can't say if they will work without raking too. My major concern was the shingles, but so far they appear okay where the sun has recently exposed them on certain parts of the roof.
Date published: 2015-02-25
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