As the Midwest’s leading ice dam removal company, All Elements is equipped to handle a wide range of commercial and residential ice dam removal and repairs. Proudly serving Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and the Dakotas, we are all too familiar with the effects that winter storms and freezing temperatures can have on the integrity of your gutters and roofing system—not to mention the safety hazards ice dams can create for your tenants or loved ones.
Offering a variety of effective ice dam removal solutions, including steaming, shoveling, roof raking, chemical solutions, and more, our team is trained and insured to help you protect your home or office from water damage, leaks, and mildew build up that can result from ice dam formation.
Keeping our clients’ safety in mind with every roof repair, we’ll help you identify the root cause of your roofing issue and educate you on our selection of roofing services to prevent future ice dam damage.
FAQs about Ice Dam Removal
Q: What Causes Ice Dams Formation?
A: On most residential roofing systems, heat from the attic can warm the roof, causing snow to melt into water and travel to the eaves (the edges of the roof). The water freezes on the eaves and expands as more water continues through the same melting process. Eventually, the build up creates a dam that causes water to sit on top of your roof, which leads to water and roof damage.
Q: Is it Dangerous to Leave Ice Dams on Your Roofing System?
A: When left alone, ice dams can damage the integrity of your roof, causing water leaks and damage to your gutters, shingles, and home or office’s insulation.
Q: How Much Does Ice Dam Removal Cost?
A: Some home insurance providers may cover the cost of ice dam repairs and removal, if the dam is the primary cause of water leaks. To learn more, contact your insurance provider to ask about coverage.