Ice Dams
A worker is cleaning clogs in roof gutter drain by picking up dirt, debris, fallen leaves as part of ice dam prevention
Prepare Your Home Against Ice Dams Before Winter  As the seasons change and winter approaches, it’s essential to start thinking about protecting your home from the potential dangers of ice dams. Preparing your home against ice dams is vital in Minnesota. Ice dams can cause significant damage to your roof and lead to costly repairs...
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lots of snow built up on a the roof of a brown wooden house
Your roof is your home’s first line of defense against Minnesota’s harsh winter elements, so it’s important to keep a watchful eye on it. With the large snowfalls, ice dams can be sneaky to spot, so knowing what they are, the damages they cause, and what it takes to remove them is important for any...
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Ice dam on roof
What is an Ice Dam? An ice dam is a ridge of ice that has formed along the edge of your roof. Non-uniform temperatures on the roof cause this. For example, the roof may be warmer at the peak but below 32 degrees Fahrenheit closer to the roof’s edge. Snow on the warmer section of...
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