Entries by Brandon Jensen

Leave Your Flashing Worries Behind

Leave Your Flashing Worries Behind TRA Snow and Sun has something that every roofer needs “flashing”. It’s a must-have for all roofers. We call it the “roofer’s duct tape”. The primary reason any type of roofing exists is to provide a protective layer to maintain a barrier between the interior of a building and the […]

Snow Guards With A Fresh Look To Color Hardware

Take a look at these pictures for a fresh new snow guard clamp-on look. Our black Xylan hardware is now available for any colored clamp-on. Would this be your new snow retention look? Tell us by a simple comment on our contact page… Color Trends… XYLAN BLACK HARDWARE BENEFITS New specialized color option for any […]

Why Specify Snow Guard Retention

WHY SPECIFY SNOW GUARDS FOR SNOW RETENTION? There are several factors that one must evaluate when determining if a particular building requires a snow guard retention system. During the winter months, as snow accumulates on your home, gravity will begin to pull it down the slope of your roof. There are many reasons this can be […]

New Improved Solar Tile Hook

What Makes Our Solar Tile Hook Unique? No hassle is bigger for an installer than finding out you have to re-cut tile because it won’t line up. With TRA Snow and Sun Solar Tile Hook, there’s no cutting required, saving you time on your project. Our Solar Tile Hooks are available for low, medium, and high […]

See the D2HLJ Deck Mount at Western Roofing Expo, Booth #556

June 11 – 12, 2018 Paris Las Vegas Plan to attend “The Largest Roofing Expo presented by Roofing Contractors for the Roofing Industry” – the Western Roofing Expo 2018 – your once-a-year opportunity to maximize your company’s productivity, efficiency and profitability. Known for bringing all of the elements of the roofing industry together, the Western […]

Join Us at Western Roofing Expo, Booth 556

June 11 – 12, 2018 Paris Las Vegas Join us at the Western Roofing Expo in Las Vegas! We will be there at Booth 556. Download a free pass now! ==> http://wsrca.com/…/2018/01/WRE_2018_Free_Trade_Show_Pass.pdf Stop by, meet some of our TRA team Monday from 1 PM – 6 PM & Tuesday from 1 PM – 5:30 PM. DON’T MISS […]

Going For GOLD: In Snow Retention!

  Just as the world-class athletes prepare for an incoming storm of opponent competition, so should we prepare for all possibilities to keep incoming snow and ice from roof avalanching. Keeping snow and ice from avalanching off a roof requires a system of superior strength. When strength really does matter to save lives and prevent […]

Avoid Liability With Snow Retention

There are several factors that one must evaluate when determining if a particular building requires a snow retention system. The first question you should pose is “What would happen if snow slides off the roof?” The second question is “Do we care?” When snow slides off of a roofing surface, it can come crashing down or slide off and […]

The Snow Has Landed!

WOW! Look at all that snow in Atlanta. As you watch the Falcons play football from your comfy home you know you’re safe and protected from dangerous weather. What about if you attended the game in person?  How safe are you? Just as the world-class Falcons prepare for the possibility of an incoming storm of […]

TRA Snow and Sun, Inc. offers AIA continuing education course, “Roofing Solutions for Alpine Regions”

  In response to requests from architects and other construction specifiers, TRA Snow and Sun has decided to continue with the popular continuing education course, “Roofing Solutions for Alpine Regions”.   Learning how to protect people and property from dangerous falling snow and ice just got much easier with the online course created by TRA Snow and […]

The Importance of Snow Retention

Winter is on its way and snow accumulation is imminent across the U.S. The traditional approach to snow accumulation on homes and businesses is to remove it or allow it to slide off as it softens and melts. Unfortunately, this approach can lead to injuries or property damage and is not optimal for home energy […]