Prevent Damage to Your Home
Heavy snow build-up on your roof eventually melts and refreezes causing ice dams to form. As easy as it is to ignore them and look the other way – don’t! While roof collapses are rare, leaks are not. If you see brown icicles forming off your shingled roof, you’ve probably got a leak.
How do Ice Dams Form?
Minnesota homes form ice dams from warm attics that leak heat and melt snow build-up. An energy inefficient home that lacks insulation, sealed ducts, and proper ventilation will cause that freeze and thaw. Add in fluctuating temperatures from warm, sunny days and cool nights and ice dams will form in the valleys on your roof.
We Remove Ice Dams Safely and Quickly
We use gentle yet powerful steaming equipment to quickly and safely remove ice build up from your roof without damaging it.
Ice Dam Prevention
To prevent ice dams, make your home more efficient and rake the snow off your roof. Before adding insulation, call us to seal your air ducts. Even in new houses, furnace and AC ventilation systems can leak up to 30% of the air you just heated or cooled! While we’re there, we’ll look at your whole system and let you know how to keep the heat in your home and not your attic.