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Superstores: Automate Snow Monitoring on Your Roofs With Tensio

Request your personalized Tensio demo to find out how the intelligent system lets you know exactly if, when and where it's really necessary to plan snow removal on the roof of your superstore.

When Should Snow Be Cleared From the Roofs of Your Superstore?


When Tensio alerts you. It's that simple.

Stop relying on subjective visual interpretations made by individuals, and make informed decisions with customized data based on the actual capacity of each roof zone of your superstore, cross-referenced with the weather forecast for the next 7 days.

Standardize your processes and equip your teams with Tensio

  • 24/7 monitoring of snow loads according to the actual capacity of each of your buildings and the weather forecast for the coming days.
  • Standardized assessment of snow removal needs for your entire buildings stock.
  • Avoid the risk of service breakdowns or, worse still, collapses.

Face the labor shortage with resilience

  • Transfer of knowledge made easy in the event of staff turnover.
  • Staff shortages: optimal, uniform snow monitoring across all your buildings, even when understaffed.
  • Occupational health and safety: your staff will no longer have to climb onto the roof to monitor snow or perform weighing operations, reducing the risk of falls and injuries.

Snow Removal by Truck: Not Always Necessary Thanks to Tensio!

Tensio tells you exactly which areas of your roof are subject to the greatest snow load, and which are subject to the least. This means you can sometimes simply distribute the snow load from a more stressed area to a less stressed one, so as to better balance the total load on the roof. This way, you don't have to truck the snow away completely.

Focus On Value-Added Tasks While Tensio Monitors Your Roof, 24/7


We calculate your building's load capacity

A structural engineer will determine the capacity limits for each location on your roof, taking into account a number of factors (year of construction, additions over time, snow accumulation history, roof geometry and height, etc.).


Our sensors measure steel stretch in real time

Smart sensors are installed in critical locations, right in the steel structure of your building's ceiling, and measure, in real time, the snow load supported by your roof.


Data is cross-referenced with weather forecasts

The data is then cross-referenced with the weather forecast for the next 7 days (precipitation, temperature and wind). So, if a storm forecast in 4 days' time is likely to cause a location to exceed its limit, Tensio alerts you in advance.

Benefits of Equipping Your Buildings With Tensio Sensors

tensio icon reliable data

Base your decision-making process on reliable data tailored to your buildings' actual capacity

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Avoid business interruptions and the risk of collapse caused by structural stress in your buildings

tensio icon snow-clearing costs

Reduce snow-clearing costs by limiting the number of snow-clearing operations to the essentials

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Optimize your snow-clearing efforts by knowing when and where snow only needs to be spread on your roof rather than removed completely

tensio icon employee safety at work

Maximize your employees' safety at work by avoiding having them climb on your roof to inspect the snow volume

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Reduce the risk of damage to your roof membrane caused by shovels by reducing the number of snow removal operations required

These Organizations Already Rely on Tensio

"I'm very satisfied with the Tensio system.

From the moment of installation, the team was available, punctual and efficient. The installers worked cleanly and respected all our constraints and those of our tenants.

Over and above the cost savings, the Tensio system allows us to validate ourselves, put our efforts in the right place and achieve maximum efficiency when clearing snow from our roofs.

The platform is simple, user-friendly and provides a good overview of future forecasts."

André Guèvremont,
Operations Coordinator,
JLL (Laurier Québec & Place Sainte-Foy)