When snow accumulates on your roof during winter, it often melts and then refreeze at the roof's edge, creating a dam. Ice dams prevent any additional melting snow from draining off your roof, causing water to leak into the property.
Additionally, if ice dams are not properly removed, they can continue to grow and potentially cause more damage to your building, and potentially, your customers.
Ice dams can cause water to seep through the roof and into the building, leading to costly repairs and potential damage to equipment, inventory, and other assets.
Business owners and employees may be at risk of injury while attempting to remove ice dams, especially if they are not properly trained or equipped.
Ice dams can force building closures or prevents access to key areas. This can lead to lost revenue, missed deadlines, and other negative outcomes.
Our team will remove ice dams from your commercial building with minimal interruption. Here's a quick overview of what's involved:
We'll assess the extent of the ice dam and determine the best removal method.
We'll carefully apply steam to the area, gradually melting the ice and allowing it to be safely removed.
Once the ice has melted, we'll remove the ice dam, ensuring no damage to your roof or gutters.
Have questions about ice dam removal in Minnesota? We provide answers to your top questions about this and other roofing issues.
When snow, hail, wind, and other Midwest weather wrecks havoc on your roof, it's nice to know that All Elements, Inc. can help you assess the damage and work with your insurance adjuster to process the claim.
Do you need an estimate for commercial ice dam removal? Interested in getting a quote for your roofing project? Send us a message with the form below!
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