Why Ice Dams Are Bad for Your Home (Videographic)

It’s time for winter storms and snow again.

Are ice dams going to be a problem on your roof this year?

Ice dams form when heat accumulates in the attic,

causing snow and ice on the roof to melt.

Water flows down the roof and then refreezes at the edge where it is cooler.

Over time, water pools up behind the ice dams,

eventually leaking into the upper areas of your home.

This can lead to significant water damage in your attic.

If you want to protect your roof decking, insulation, and more from damage,

it’s important to air seal and insulate your attic properly.

This will prevent ice dams from forming in the first place.

Don’t let ice dams wreak havoc on your roof this year.

Talk to one of our experts about ice dam prevention!

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