you live in a climate where the snow comes down as the winter blows in, your home
may be in Ice Dam danger.
Here's what happens. It snows and your roof is covered with snow. It might look
pretty at first, but underneath a destructive force may be building. Without proper
ventilation in your roof, your roof deck may not stay cold. When that happens, the
snow at the top melts. As it does, the water runs down towards the bottom of your
However, the snow at the bottom hasn't melted yet! That melted snow has nowhere
to go, so it simply pools up behind this "ice dam" that's now formed at the bottom
of your roof. That pooled water soaks into your shingles, into your attic, and eventually
into your ceiling.
It's messy, but it can be avoided.
With proper roof ventilation, as attic air warms up, it rises and exits the vents.
As it leaves, it is replaced by cold outside air entering the roof through the intake
vents. This whole process helps keep your roof deck cold, which prevents the dangerous
Avoid the treacherous ice dam and the havoc it can wreak on your roof and ceiling.
Get an Attic Attack Assessment before
it's too late!