Heritage Insurance LTD Blog: ice dams
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Wednesday, March 18, 2020 What Is An Ice Dam? Ice dams are caused by on-and-off periods of melting and freezing, just like the weather we have been experiencing. Snow becomes a layer of insulation on your roof, which warms up the air in your attic. Your warm attic then causes the snow to melt and roll down to the edge of the roof and the soffits. READ MORE >>
Monday, March 18, 2019 Greg discusses safe procedures for preventing ice dams in this episode of Ask The Expert. 800 CHAB radio presents Ask the Expert with Greg Marcyniuk of Heritage Insurance located in Moose Jaw. Here's a full transcript of the episode. Rob Carnie: I think it's been at least a couple of years since we talked about this. READ MORE >>
Friday, November 7, 2014Snow acts like a layer of insulation on the roof above your attic. When snow melts above a warmed attic, water moves down to the cooler roof edge and soffit, and freezes. Unless this water is allowed to drain properly, the resulting freezing can create ice dams on your roof. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 10, 2013Greg discusses what ice damming is, and how to prevent it for clients in Saskatchewan, Regina, and Moose Jaw. 800 CHAB radio presents Ask the Expert with Greg Marcyniuk of Heritage Insurance located in Moose Jaw. READ MORE >>