Connecticut Ice Dam Removal
Ice dams can be fixed by using a rake to chip away ice on the lower portion of the roof, or by installing heated coils along the roof’s gutter. Damage from ice dams occurs as the ice is developing or when CT homeowners are attempting to remove the ice themselves. Damage often occurs in gutters, vinyl sidings, and roofs.
How To Remove Ice Dams & Prevent Them From Occurring
- Do not attempt to clear ice from your gutters or the edge of the roof yourself! Ice, snow and wind make a dangerous task even more risky. Call Built Right and let our professionals do the Connecticut Ice Dam removal for you.
- To prevent ice dams in the future, make sure your roof is properly ventilated. This means more than just small vents at the ends of your attic. The best ventilation is provided by a full-length ridge vent along the peak of your roof. If you don’t have a ridge vent we can retrofit one on most roofs. Call us for a free estimate.