Ice Dams

Ice dams are ice formations that occur at the edge of roofs, particularly during colder seasons, preventing melting snow from draining off the roof properly. An ice dam is a thick ridge of ice that builds up along a roof's edge, trapping snow behind it. The trapped snow can melt and then seep under the shingles, leading to potential water damage inside the building.


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