Twin Cities, MN Ice Dam Removal
Twin Cities, MN Ice Dam Removal
People in the Twin Cities Minnesota area are no strangers to Ice Dam Removal. It is a pain in the ” you know what” that many homeowners endure during our heavy snow seasons here in the Twin Cities/Minnesota. Time and time again Minnesotans get heavy snow conditions and many days of freezing temperatures. Then old man winter decides it’s time to hang his hat up for a day or two, temps rise and provide many unlucky homeowners with an ice dam problem. Water from melting snow on your roof then gets trapped by the ever-growing ice dam that attaches itself above the cold areas of your roof. Now in comes the water to leave you with, if you’re lucky just a stain on your ceiling. If you’re unlucky, your ceiling falls in followed by water-soaked insulation, electrical problems, deteriorated roof trusses and possible mold spores. If you’re looking for ice dam removal or ice dam prevention in the Twin Cities or surrounding areas Contact Us, We’re your Twin Cities Ice Dam Removal Experts.
Call 1-(833)-ROOF-ICE for ice dam removal.
Here at Ice Dams Removed we not only prevent roof and gutter ice in the Twin Cities, we use 100% low pressure, safe for your roof steam to remove the Ice Dams. There are several ways to remove an ice dam from your roof but we only recommend 1 way of rooftop snow and ice removal.
1. Hammers, axes, chisels or any object, sharp or blunt that you wouldn’t normally swing at your roof and or gutters. This can cause damage to your roof, gutters, and home.
2. Chemicals. Chemically applied ice melt can eat away at shingle components, metal roof flashing, trim and your gutters. Chemically applied ice melt can also lead to staining on the side of your home
3. Torch. A torch can melt your roofing materials, damage your home and can be a fire hazard.
4. The worst thing you can do to your roof is hire a company that operates a hot water pressure washer. These are very high-pressure machines (2500+psi) with a low temp 180-200 deg. Yes, many of these companies are “Ice Dam Removal Companies” in the twin cities as far as their name goes. This method of removing ice dams can be very damaging to your roof. It can be hard to spot these companies at a glance. Some of the well-known companies even advertise as using steam when they actually are not. A hot water pressure wand (the gun that the water comes out of at the end of the hose) will have a trigger on it that allows the operator to start and stop the flow of hot water at their leisure. A hot water pressure washer produces too high of pressure to be safe for your roof. While running this equipment it is nearly impossible to not damage your roof. These machines remove granules from your shingles and can easily cut a shingle in half with one wrong move.
1. Contact Ice Dams Removed a company that uses 100% low pressure (250 psi) steam at 300+ degrees to remove your ice dams. An actual ice dam steamer safely removes the ice dam from your roof. It produces 100% steam at a very low pressure. This allows our trained technicians to safely remove the ice and snow from your roof. Contact us today for your Twin Cities/Minnesota Ice Dam Removal needs.
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