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The state of Wisconsin is bordered by two of the largest Great Lakes (Superior and Michigan). These Great Lakes produce large amounts of lake effect snow, blanketing large cities such as Superior, Milwaukee, Madison and Green Bay. The extreme northern location of Wisconsin brings about frigid winter temperatures. The combination of lake effect snow and temperatures makes the majority of Wisconsin a perfect setting for extremely large ice dams to form on roofs. Most Wisconsin residence are aware of ice dams but are perhaps unaware of the proper low pressure ice dam removal technique called ice dam steaming.

We, as an Association, are here to find good ice dam removal companies (members) and to educate you on the proper ice dam removal techniques that will cause no damage to your roof. Hiring the wrong company to remove ice may result in expensive roof and property damages such as holes in your roof and frost heaving concrete sidewalks and foundations. The only proper way to remove ice dams is with low pressure steam equipment. Many companies claim to have steamers but in fact are using high PSI hot pressure washers that can easily damage your property, beware! This service is not inexpensive and therefore the end result must not cost you additional money such as roof repairs and new sidewalks. There are several huge differences between a hot pressure washer and a steamer, learn them here.

Ice Dam Removal Wisconsin

We have many members in the Wisconsin area that specialize in low pressure steam ice dam removal. You can look for our logo on a members website or simply contact us to locate a qualified member near you. If you have any questions at all please do not hesitate to ask us, because we created this Association to educate you about proper and safe ice dam removal in Wisconsin. Wisconsin is located very near to the ice dam removal capital of the world, MN and therefore Wisconsin has many quality members with the correct equipment.

Our members offer Wisconsin ice dam removal services in the following WI cites: Allouez, Appleton, Ashwaubenon, Baraboo, Bellevue, Beloit, Bever Dam, Brown Deer, Caledonia, Cedarburg, Chippewa Falls, Cudahy, De Pere, Eagle River, Eau Claire, Fitchburg, Fond du Lac, Fort Atkinson, Franklin, Germantown, Glendale, Grafton, Green Bay, Greendale, Greenfield, Hartford, Hayward, Howard, Hudson, Janesville, Kaukauna, Kenosha, La Crosse, Madison, Manitowoc, Marshfield, Menasha, Menomonee Falls, Menomonie, Merrill, Mequon, Middleton, Milwaukee, Mount Pleasant, Muskego, Neenah, New Berlin, Oak Creek, Oconomowoc, Onalaska, Oshkosh, Pewaukee, Pleasant Prairie, Plover, Racine, Rhinelander, River Falls, Sheboygan, Shorewood, South Milwaukee, Stevens Point, Stoughton, Suamico, Sun Prairie, Superior, Two Rivers, Watertown, Waukesha, Waunakee, Wausau, Wauwatosa, West Allis, West Bend, Weston, Whitefish Bay, Whitewater, Wisconsin Rapids,