Ice Dam On Roof
Freezing temperatures, a heated building, and a thick layer of snow are all ingredients in the perfect recipe for ice dams. These blockages are created when snow melts and refreezes on a slanted roof’s eave, creating a barrier that stops water from draining off the roof. When the water has nowhere to drain it remains on the roof, causing leaks and other damage. Signs that an ice dam is present include icicles hanging from the side of the house, a leaking roof causing interior water damage, and gutters that won’t drain. If you suspect that you have damage caused by an ice dam on your roof, remove the snow from your roof as soon as possible. Then contact our roofing professionals to assess the damage at no charge.