Indiana Roof Snow Removal
Our Indiana roof snow removal service has 20+ years of experience. We are fully insured, highly reviewed, and trusted. We remove snow from commercial and residential roofs in Indiana. To discuss your project please call 612-919-4185 or contact us here. Some of the major cites we service are: Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, South Bend, Carmel, Fishers, Bloomington, Hammond and Gary IN.
We truly care about each and every roof. And that is why we always use plastic snow removal equipment such as shovels and roof rakes. Therefore our equipment will never have a metal cutting edge. Our service is gentle and will not damage your roof. And our Indiana roof snow removal service has the manpower to handle even the largest of commercial jobs.
Commercial & Residential Roof Snow Removal
All we do in the winter is remove snow and steam ice from residential and commercial roofs. But handling commercial and residential jobs are two completely different tasks. For example; residential roofs are difficult due to the pitch of the roof, while commercial jobs are difficult because of their size. So each one takes a special skill level and precise preparation.
But rest assured, because our Indiana roof snow removal service can handle any type of job. Regardless of the size or the pitch. We have the experience, and the manpower, to work for you. Contact us here today.
Our Indiana roof snow removal service can prevent many disasters on your property. Such as: roof collapses, structural damage, roof leaks, ice dams, CO2 poisoning, personal injury and even death. We have seen many tragic things happen to buildings because of the snow and ice load. Therefore we would love to prevent damage to your property this winter.
Roof Snow Removal and Ice Dam Removal To Stop Roof Leaks
We hope you’re calling to prevent ice dams and roof leaks on your property. However, if you have ice dams already, we can help. Our Indiana ice dam removal service uses low psi steam to remove ice dams and stop leaks. Therefore we can safely remove the ice from roofs and gutter systems with ease. And we can steam any type of commercial or residential roofing without damaging the materials. Contact us here to learn more.
Professional Advice (18 Pro Tips) For You To Know.
We have 20+ years of experience removing snow and steaming ice dam from roofs and buildings. And therefore we have provided advice (18 pro tips) to help your property make it through tough winters.
1) Clean your gutters, drains, scuppers, roof and valley areas to allow easy drainage.
2) Have roof & attic inspected for leak points and fix/waterproof all areas of concern.
3) Photograph your roof so pipes, exhausts, skylights etc. can be found under snow.
4) With frost on the roof look for signs of heat loss and re-insulate these warm spots.
5) Insulate skylight cavities with 4 inches of rigid foam to prevent heat loss/ice dams.
6) Test any ice dam systems or heat lines to make sure they heat up prior to any snow.
7) Use a thermal infrared camera to inspect your attic space for hot and cold air leaks.
8) Do not attempt to climb on a roof and remove snow without the proper safety training.
9) Keep furnace vents & pipes uncovered/un-frozen during winter. CO2 gases can kill you!
10) Remove snow soon after it has fallen. It’ll be easier to remove than compacted snow.
11) Use more roof rake poles and rake snow to the top, this prevents secondary ice dams.
12) Ladders on gutters or shingles can cause damage. Using a stabilizer/standoff is best.
13) Hire only an insured company that can provide you a current certificate of insurance.
14) Make sure snow removal equipment used on your roof is plastic with no metal edges.
15) Make sure no one shovels upwards or sideways on your shingles, only downwards.
16) Make sure no one wears cleats on their feet while walking around on your roof.
17) If having ice dams removed, do not allow impact such as hammers. Steam only!
18) Learn about steamers @ the Ice Dam Steaming Association For Education (IDSAFE)
Our Indiana roof snow removal service covers all of Indiana including:
Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, South Bend, Hammond, Bloomington, Gary, Carmel, Fishers, Muncie, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Anderson, Noblesville, Elkhart, Greenwood, Mishawaka, Lawrence, Kokomo, Jeffersonville, Columbus, Portage, Richmond, New Albany, Merrillville, Valparaiso, Goshen, Michigan City, Westfield, Marion, East Chicago, West Lafayette, Schererville, Hobart, Plainfield, Crown Point, Highland, Franklin, Munster, La Porte, Clarksville, Brownsburg, Greenfield, Shelbyville, Vincennes, Logansport, New Castle, Seymour, Huntington, Griffith, Frankfort, Dyer, Crawfordsville, Lebanon and Jasper IN