How to Prevent Ice Dams During Minnesota WintersFor many homes across Minnesota, ice dams are a common issue during the winter months. If not addressed in a timely manner, these ice dams can cause extreme damage to the roof and gutters of a home. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we have experienced technicians that specialize in professional ice dam removal. Today, we’re eager to share the proven ways to prevent ice dams from occurring on your property in Minnesota.

Regular Gutter Cleaning

Gutters that rarely get cleaned out are the perfect location for ice dams to develop. These leaves and debris make it difficult for water to drain from your gutters. In turn, ice dams quickly form which add significant pressure and stress to the structure of your gutters. One great way to prevent ice dams from forming on your property in Minnesota is to ensure that you regularly clean your gutters. Regular gutter cleaning will ensure that the excess liquid is able to drain out of your gutters quickly. This reduces the likelihood of ice dams forming in your Minnesota gutter system.

Proactive Snow Removal

Snow buildup is one of the leading causes of ice dams in Minnesota. If you allow snow accumulation to occur and settle on your roof and in your gutters, you are increasing the likelihood of an ice dam from forming on your Minnesota property. Proactive, constant snow removal is a wonderful way to keep your roof and gutters free of ice dams throughout the cold months of the year. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., our dedicated ice dam experts are happy to remove the snow from your property whenever it is needed. This affordable investment now will keep you from having to invest in gutter, roof or insulation replacement because of the damage caused by ice dams.

At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., we want you to take great care of your property. Preventing ice dams from forming on your property in Minnesota is one of the ways to keep your property safe and secure during the cold winter months. If you would like to learn more about how to prevent ice dams in Minnesota or you need assistance with removing existing ice dams, pick up the phone and contact our committed team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc. Contact us today at (763) 785-1414 and our experienced and trusted crew will get to work for you in no time!

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