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Montana has the coldest recorded temperature (-70 degrees F) in US history. Out of all US states Montana has the potential to be coldest. It is also very snowy. These two conditions make Montana perfect for large ice dams to form on roofs and cause some major headaches. If you have ice dams on your roof that you would like removed there is only one method that we would advise, “low pressure steam.” Steam is the safest and quickest method to completely remove the ice without damage. However there are many companies who don’t understand steam and choose to use hot pressure washers instead. This method is very dangerous and often times leads to holes in the roof! Learn to spot the differences between a low pressure steamer and a hot pressure washer. If you live anywhere in Montana and are looking for good ice dam removal companies who use only low pressure steam for ice dam removal call IDSAFE # 612-460-0474. Please consider hiring our members first before any other companies. Our members are all verified through several precise screening processes and have all meet or exceeded our qualifications and own the right low pressure steamers for safe damage free ice dam removal.

Montana Ice Dam Removal

Simply look for our logo on a website and click on it. Our unique member logo should take you to a page on our website where you can match the member number to a number on our page. This makes it very difficult for anyone to falsify membership. Thanks for choosing our members. We believe all of our members have integrity and have made the decision to remove ice dams correctly. If you are having trouble finding a member in your area please contact us and will will connect you with our best companies. Thanks

Our ice dam removal experts service all of Montana including: Sidney, Helena Valley West Central, Laurel, Lockwood, Lewistown, Belgrade, Big Sky, Yellowstone Club, Billings, Helena Valley Southeast, Orchard Homes, Helena, Missoula, Great Falls, Bozeman, Kalispell, Havre, Miles City, Livingston, Whitefish, Glendive and Columbia Falls MT.