Professional Ice Dam Removal.

Getting rid of ice dams the safe way.

While there are a lot of home repairs you can do yourself, ice dam removal isn’t one of them.

Chopping ice away or melting it with chemicals can damage shingles, corrode metal flashing or gutters, and harm plants and soil around your home’s foundation.

Close up of a home's roof line with ice dams. Close up of a home's roof line with ice dams cleaned out.

Ice Dam Warning Signs

  1. You can see ice on roof edge (eaves)
  2. Ice filled gutters.
  3. Icicles on gutters or hanging from the eaves.
  4. You can see water or ice on outdoor siding or near windows.
  5. You can see ice coming from the soffits (the horizontal surface that connects eaves to exterior walls).
  6. You see evidence of water on interior ceilings or walls.
Cream colored stucco home with extreme ice dams and icicles on roof line.
Man on shingled roof removing an ice dam.

Steam removal is best.

Throughout extensive Minnesota winters, ice dams build up during melt-freeze-melt periods.

We carefully remove ice dams using high-pressure steam equipment. Steam is the safest and most efficient way to get rid of ice dams without damaging surrounding areas.

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