Looking for an Oregon ice dam removal service that uses steam? We can help! Oregon is a beautiful state to live in if you love mountains and the ocean! However Oregon may not be such a great place to live if you hate ice dams. Unfortunately for Oregonians most homes are not designed to handle snow and extreme prolonged cold temperatures. In-fact a lot of homes in Oregon have heat ducts and furnaces in the attic spaces. This design creates significant heat loss and usually results in ice dam formation.
Oregon has a lot of precipitation! Usually this precipitation falls as rain but Oregon often times receives loads of snow. Usually snowier in the higher elevations. The heavy snow load combined with rain as seen in 2017 can lead to roof collapses, severe ice dams and water damage.
Oregon Ice Dam Removal
The good news is we have IDSAFE members in Oregon on standby. Our members are ready to assist you with all your snow and steam ice dam removal needs. If you have a concern about your property it is advised not to hire the first company you call. Do some research on the equipment used for ice dam removal and avoid pressure washers with trigger guns, hammers and any form of impact! Correct ice dam removal will not damage roofing materials. However improper ice removal methods will. Don’t pay someone to damage your roof!
In 2017 many areas of Oregon such as Bend, Sisters, Redmond, Three Rivers, LaPine, Black Butte Ranch, Deschutes, Deschutes River Woods, Sunriver and areas clear to Boise Idaho were clobbered with ice dams.
Many good steaming companies came to the rescue to remove ice dams. However many companies came and wrecked roofs with hot pressure washers, hammers etc etc. Hiring an IDSAFE member is a good way to avoid damage on your roof. If you need further assistance please contact us.
Our IDSAFE members are offering Oregon ice dam removal services to: Bend, Sunriver, Redmond, Sisters, Prineville, Crescent Lake, Madras, La Pine, Tumalo, Portland, Salem, Eugene, Gresham, Hillsboro, Beaverton, Medford, Three Rivers, Black Butte Ranch, Deschutes and Deschutes River Woods Oregon.