Removing ice dams with steam in New Hope MN. We were called to this home in New Hope to remove the snow and steam the ice dams on one section of the roof. The home owner called us about a leak and we resolved his issue the next day with our snow and ice dam removal. After the steaming was done and the gutters were thawed we installed a 60′ heat line in the valley, gutters and the downspout. Continue reading →
Removing residential and commercial ice dams with steam in Stillwater MN is a service best left to the professionals in the ice dam steaming industry. There are many steps to removing ice dams properly and all steps are dangerous.
ICE DAM REMOVAL/STEAMING STILLWATER MN
The first step in proper ice dam removal is completely removing all the snow from the roof. As you can see from the picture this is a standard practice for us. A lot of companies will come and only remove the snow and ice along the bottom edges of the roof, leaving all the snow above to melt down and create another ice dam. This should never be done. Continue reading →
Residential and commercial ice dam removal/steaming in Minnetonka MN is a service we have been performing for many years on both residential and commercial roofs. Our safe and effective ice dam steaming process is gentle and safe and is guaranteed to never damage any type of roofing material. We can steam any type of roof from hot tar to cedar shakes to shingles. We use the highest quality ice dam steamers available in the industry and we always run our machines with a temperature gauge and a pressure gauge to assure you we are not running a pressure washer. Continue reading →
Ice dam removal/steaming in Roseville MN is a service we specialize in. We service both residential and commercial customers. Ice dam removal in Roseville was in high demand in 2010/2011 because of the massive amounts of snow early in the season. We are proud to say we worked long hours removing/steaming ice dams in this area that winter and in previous years. We have 10+ years of ice dam removal/steaming experience. We remove all the snow first and then we use top of the line ice dam steamers to safely and effectively remove the dam’s grip from your roof. Continue reading →
Ice dam removal/steaming in Blaine MN is a service we take very seriously! We understand ice dam removal is a time sensitive service and that is why you should call us today. We steam both commercial and residential roofs. We remove all the snow prior to removing the ice dams with our safe and effective steamers. We are fully insured for ice dam removal and have 10+ years in the ice dam removal industry. We can also help you prevent ice dams in the future with heat lines and advise you how to best correct your ice dam issue. Continue reading →
Ice dam removal in Coon Rapids MN is our specialty! We use only the best ice dam steaming equipment to guarantee you the safest and most effective way to remove the ice dams from your roof. We have been removing ice dams for over 10 years and know the business well. Never allow anyone to remove ice on your roof with a pressure washer, hammer, ax, chemicals, or anything other than a steamer. One of the biggest scams in the ice dam removal industry is companies claiming they have a steamer when in fact all they have is a hot water pressure washer. There is a huge difference between the two and yet are so similar it is difficult for the average person to tell them apart. Continue reading →
Ice dam removal /steaming in St. Louis Park MN by Absolutely Clean.
Hiring a company that truly cares about the customer and their property is very important. Not every company will have your best interests in mind. Many companies are using pressure washers which they are claiming is a steamer. Here are a few things to consider before hiring. Will the company use a steamer designed only for ice dam removal? (about 100 P.S.I and a temperature of 250– 300 degrees F) Is the company insured for ice dam removal? Does the company use OSHA. approved safety equipment? Will they remove all the snow on the roof? (If not find someone else) Will there be more than one person on site at all times? (Never just one person!) Are they a sub-contractor working for someone else? It is always best to hire an actual company over a sub-contractor. Check to make sure of the above details and you should be in good shape or contact us to learn more.Continue reading →