Duluth, MN Ice Dam Removal

How Do Ice Dams Form?

There is multiple reasons why Ice Dams form on building structures. Two of the most common reasons are a lack of insulation and to much snow on your roof.


Most times when we get large amounts of snow or as we get enough snow built up over time the snow starts to cover up your vents. These roof vents you don't think about often but they are very important. As heat rises your roof needs to breath, these vents allow your roof to do that. Now if your vents are clogged the heat has no where to go, so then it starts to heat up your roof. Once your roof heats up the snow melts, as it reaches the 2' overhang on the edge of your home that is no longer heated it now freezes. Over days of this happening ice dams get large and start to hold water. Once there is to much water it breaks through your roof and you have an unwanted waterfall inside your home or walls.

Duluth is known for snowy winters and great views. Although these beautiful things can cause one great problem. Ice Dams. Most know about them but many don't, so that why The Ice Dam Crew is here to take care of the problem for you! We service Duluth Minnesota for Ice Dam Removal on all buildings and structures. We are a fully bonded and insured Roof Snow & Ice Dam removal company that guarantees each and every one of our customers will be satisfied with our work.

What Makes us Different?

The Ice Dam Crew is set apart with our customer satisfaction. We do not expect you to get on your roof in the middle of winter so during the entire process pictures are taken so you can see exactly what has been accomplished.

During the removal of ice dams we cut through the ice to chunk it up for fast removal. No, the ice is not melted off the roof as this takes longer.

24/7 Service. When you call at 2:00am or 2:00pm we are your crew! No one should have to deal with a leaking roof so we guarantee to stop the leak within 30 minutes of arrival.

We use true low pressure steamers. Not hot water pressure washers. There is a huge difference between these two machines. First off, true steamers use less water, higher heat output and do not have enough pressure to cut into your roof. Pressure washers have a lot of pressure which is bad for your roof. This can cut in or even through your shingles without you even knowing. This is another great reason why you get pictures of our work once it has been completed.
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