If you live in New England chances are you’ve probably had some ice back up or know someone who’s been affected by it.
When conditions are right with a lot of snow on the roof and extreme cold outside ice dams start to build. Heat loss from the living space escapes into the attic and melts the blanket of snow from the inside. The melted snow freezes at the eave causing an ice dam to form. With additional melting snow a pond of water builds up behind the ice dam. This ponded water eventually backs up under the roof causing leaks and can lead to extensive damage.
Short term, the only way to stop the water from coming into the building is to remove the ice dam and snow from the roof. Our experienced crews stand at the ready to remove snow and ice dams from your roof.