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SnoBlox Deuce Sandstone


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All Metal Roof Panels With At Least 1.5" Panel Flat
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Please refer to the spacing guideline page for proper snow guard placement.

SnoBlox Deuce Sandstone Key Features

  • Made in America

  • A flat, forward-facing design is proven to cause less roof stress, failures, and leaks than other competing options.

  • Each snow guard holds 3,456 pounds when attached with screws and 1,379 pounds with SB-190 adhesive.

  • Our best-selling snow guard

The SnoBlox Deuce is our most popular item thanks to its universal fit and ease of installation.

This patented product has stood the test of time as an aesthetically appealing, low-cost solution to the problem of sliding snow and ice on metal roofing.

The SnoBlox Difference

The SnoBlox Deuce Sandstone Snow Guard is Strong

The SnoBlox Deuce revolutionized the patented polycarbonate snow guard industry with its low profile forward mounted 2.5" high face and its sleek 1.5" wide waffled tapered back. The flat, forward face holds snow and ice in place without harming the integrity of your roof. The waffle base provides nearly triple the strength of smooth bottom guards of the same size.

SnoBlox Deuce Sandstone Snow Guard Test Results

Professional third-party Intertek/ATI tests demonstrate the SnoBlox Deuce holds 3456 pounds when attached with #14 screws and 1379 pounds when attached with the SB-190 adhesive.

The SnoBlox Deuce Sandstone Snow Guard is Versatile

The versatility of this product makes it perfect for professional roofers and DIY homeowners alike. The mounting versatility of this product allows it to be mechanically attached to screw-down roofs with a 1.5" flat area or adhesive mounted on floating standing seam roof systems. They will fit the most popular 36" R-panels with 12" rib spacing or 9" rib spacing without rib straddling.

The SnoBlox Deuce Sandstone Snow Guard is Popular

The proven track record of the sandstone-colored SnoBlox Deuce has made it a household name with residential and commercial roofers.

SnoBlox Deuce Sandstone Snow Guard Submittal Documents

* Orders that are less than 25 pieces are not eligible to add the SB-190 adhesive or screws and silicone option.

The following warranty is made in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied. Recommendations for proper use of the product are based on tests believed to be reliable. Any goods proven to be defective due to materials will be replaced, or purchase price refunded, but in no event shall the manufacturer be responsible for damages in excess of the purchase price. User shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and assumes all risks of its use or handling.
SnoBlox Deuce Snow Guards

SnoBlox Deuce Sandstone Snow Guard Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We never recommend installing any system—no matter what you select—above just entryways, HVAC units, chimneys, or vent pipes. A system needs to extend the entire length of the roof. It frequently involves multiple rows going up the slope to distribute weight adequately. You must use SnowBreaker's isolated placement guidelines when installing isolated layouts in regions with less snowfall.

Unlike many competitors, we manufacture our snow guards from 100% virgin polycarbonate made in the United States. Polycarbonate plastic is rigid, durable, and thirty times stronger than acrylic. The UV stabilization of our polycarbonate helps prevent the guards from becoming brittle.

The Deuce has two molded starter points located near the guard's face. When using self-tapping screws, such as our Master Drillers or Grippers, pre-drilling is not required, but it may be helpful.

Installing polycarbonate snowguards can be quick and straightforward, depending on your experience level. Do-it-yourselfers primarily make up our customer base. Installation instructions are included with your order and are available on our website. Working safely on a metal roof with a sloped surface is the most hazardous aspect of installing snow guards. Before installing and climbing onto your roof, please use appropriate fall protection, such as the RidgePro. If you choose to hire a professional, any certified general or roofing contractor should be able to install these guards for you.

No. We never recommend mixing and matching snow retention systems. They often have different strength ratings, complicating a system's layout.

About SnoBlox-Snojax

In the late 1970s, we embarked on a quest for an improved snow guard solution that would be non-corrosive and nearly invisible to preserve the building's aesthetic appeal. After extensive testing, we obtained a patent for Snojax®, the world's first screw-down, clear, non-corrosive, polycarbonate snow guard. In 1985, we innovated further with the release of Snojax II, the world's first glue-down polycarbonate snow guard. By 2000, we introduced two patented SnoBlox® models, "Ace" and "Deuce," offering an economical alternative and resolving the challenge of straddling minor ribs. These models boasted the industry's first patented waffled base design, enhancing adhesive bonding. In 2005, we expanded our offerings with Icejax I and Icejax II, which were validated through rigorous testing by the renowned ATI professional testing laboratory. Our Snojax®, SnoBlox®, Icejax™, and SnowCatcher™ brands are the epitome of robust snow guards in the industry, validated by comprehensive testing.


  • Lifetime Warranty

    Lifetime Warranty

    All of our snow guard and snow retention products come with a life time warranty. See Warranty Policy.
  •  Made in America

    Made in America

    All of our snow guard and snow retention products are made right here in America.
  • Fast Shipping Times

    Fast Shipping Times

    “In Stock” orders processed Mon–Fri same or next day, except for holidays. See Transit Times.
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