including large steamers.
All Roofs Inc.
All Roofs Inc. is a qualified roofing company operating in the entire Chicago area as well as surrounding suburbs. We provide high quality ice dam removal services during winter for both commercial and residential properties. Our roofers exclusively utilize top quality ice dam steamers for an effective and efficient roof ice dam removal process and your roofs’ safety. Reach out to us in any emergency situation. We provide emergency ice dam removal service in the entire Chicagoland area 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
ICE DAM REMOVAL SERVICES CHICAGO AND NEARBY SUBURBS
Roof Snow Removal
Here at All Roof Inc., we remove accumulated snow from both residential and commercial roofs. Our experience and knowledge along with our licensing allow us to protect your property from damage.
Roof Ice Dam Removal
Our experts will remove any forming or existing ice dams through the use of high quality ice dam steamers, making sure your roof remains safe and the structural integrity of your building remains intact.
STEP BY STEP - Ice dam removal services
Most frequent problems associated with ice dams
Ice dams force water to leak from the roof into the envelope of a building, making them incredibly problematic. This may cause:
Rotted exterior and interior walls, roof decking, and framing. Shingles may begin to separate from the roof providing ice and water with easier access to your property as the meltwater seeps underneath them and freezes.
Respiratory ailments (asthma, allergies, etc.) can be triggered by mold growth. Water seeping in from the ice dam may cause moisture to build within your building’s building materials, which can also trigger mold damage.
Diminished insulation effectiveness. Wet insulation does not function properly, and insulation that is chronically wet does not even decompress when it dries. In the absence of proper insulation, additional heat will escape to the roof causing even more snow to melt, triggering additional ice dams which may lead to leaks.
Leaked water can infiltrate the cavities of your wall, causing paint to blister and peel. This might even occur long after the melting of the ice dam and may not appear to be related directly to the ice dam.