Are you relying on one of these approaches?
- High-pressure steam machines
- Calcium chloride
- Shoveling or raking your roof
- Insulating your attic
- Plug-and-play heat trace cables
These are all quick fixes, but they’re not a solution.
And since you are not attacking the source of the ice problem, costs associated with quick fixes are re-occurring. Obviously this is not a cost-effective approach or will it help you get the most life out of your roof decking material. The longer ice dams exist on your roof, the more potential there is for roof and property damage to occur.
Who wants to spend half the summer repairing ice damage from the previous winter?
We understand just how destructive ice dams and icicle formations can be to your roof and property here in New Hampshire. We know that it is difficult and overwhelming to choose the right system for the roof of your home or business. It may seem that the “break/fix” or “Band-Aid approach” is the best solution, but that’s not the case.