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What Regions Produce the Worst Ice Dams?

Ice dams form when snow and freezing temperatures come in contact with heat escaping from a roof structure. The right conditions need to be present for an ice dam to form. There must be snow, there must be warm portions in the upper part of the roof, and there must be cold portions on the […]

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Is My Business Liable for Injury from a Falling Ice Dam?

Business owners often want to know if they’ll be liable for a falling ice dam. The quick answer is: yes. Business owners should want to remedy the situation as soon as possible since they are always liable for injuries that occur on their own premises. But there are circumstances that can shield a business from […]

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January Snow Forecast and Its Impact on Ice Dams

After an unseasonably warm start to the winter season, you may be wondering what’s in store for January. Which areas will get snow, and how will the snow forecast impact ice dams? Let’s take a look at what weather experts are predicting in the coming month. Blocking May Normalize Temperatures A risk of upper-level blocking […]

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Yearly Injuries from Falling Ice Dams

Every year, homeowners and businesses will find that snow melt water turns to ice  and harsh weather elements cause their roof to accumulate snow and ice. When icicles start to form, it may remind you of a time when you are a child, and you would play with icicles and embrace the beauty of them. […]

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