Maine Steam Ice Dam Removal
Our Maine steam ice dam removal services are available today – Ice Dams Removed is now servicing Maine. Whether you need ice dam removal in Augusta ME, Lewiston ME, Bangor ME, Portland ME, Presque Isle ME or anywhere in between. We have crews on the ground offering Maine roof ice removal services today. We safely and efficiently stop ice dam roof leaks with steam.
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Maine Ice Dams
I’m sure we can all agree that Maine is one of the most beautiful states in our great nation. Home to breathtaking rocky coastlines to the many beautiful lakes to Mt. Katahdin, the endpoint of the Appalachian Trail. Now, we know the reason most of you chose to live in Maine is more than likely your love for mother nature, friendly neighbors and the home that you have grown to love. We come all the way from the ice dam steaming capital; Minnesota, to protect the home you live in Maine. We are a nationwide, low-pressure steam ice dam removal service company. Our main focus is to safely remove New England roof ice from your gutters and your roof without damaging your home. With efficiency and skill, removing ice is what we do best.
Ice dams in Maine can be damaging to the exterior and interior of your home. Causing exterior ice dam damage to your gutters, soffits, fascia and the shingles on your roof. Causing interior damage to your sheetrock, insulation, plaster, electrical, flooring, even windows and doors can be affected by ice dam damage in Maine. It is important to have ice dams removed as soon as possible to avoid damage to your home. For more information on proper ice dam removal methods click here.
Early Signs Of Ice Dam Damage
Your roof, gutters, and soffit are areas to look for early ice dam damage signs around your home.
- Building ice above your gutters and roof line
- Sagging gutters full of ice.
- Icicles behind your gutters and fascia (water is now getting under roof material).
- Icicles hanging from your soffit or under your eaves (water is now getting under roof material).
Ice Dam Damage
Your exterior siding, interior windows, doors, flooring, interior walls, and ceiling are all areas to look for ice dam damage. This damage may or may not be easily visible. With a little close inspection you should be able to locate the leaking and warping spots in your home.
- Water or ice on your exterior siding is a sure sign that the ice on your roof is starting to cause damage to your home.
- Wet carpet, warped hardwood flooring, and warped baseboards are a sure sign of ice dam damage.
- Water spots on or drooping ceilings, walls that are wet or staining from moisture are a sure sign of ice dam damage.
- Exterior doors and windows that no longer open properly are often a sign of ice dam damage in Maine.
Ice Dam Damage You Can’t See
All homes in Maine are generally well insulated, well built and shielded from the elements. However, sometimes no matter how much craftsmanship and handiwork went into the home that you love – Maine ice dams happen. Often times when you don’t have a steam ice dam removal service provided in time you will have more unseen damage than seen.
- Water damaged insulation in your ceilings.
- Water damaged wallboard and insulation.
- Water damaged studs and rafters.
- Water damaged roof sheathing.
- Water damaged insulation in your walls.
- Water damaged lighting, electrical switches, and outlets.
- Water damage leading to mold growth.
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