|Snow Plowing & Snow Removal Services|
During the winter season, large amounts of snow can accumulate, preventing easy access to entryways, driveways, walkways, parking lots, and other areas. Hence, snow removal is an important service.
Liberty Exteriors provides one-stop winter service solutions to provide you with complete snow plowing and removal services. We make every effort to ensure your comfort and safety. Using commercial grade equipment, our seasoned staff remove and relocate snow to your chosen areas. Our first priority is to ensure that snow doesn't pile up and prevent your ease of motion.
We offer full winter residential and commercial snow plowing and removal services for our customers. Whether you require snow plowing for a parking lot, medical facility, movie theater, office building, driveway, or walkway, we can provide you with 24-hour snow plowing, removal and relocaiton services throughout the entire winter season.
Liberty Exteriors offers snow plowing and snow removal services in Cambridge and surrounding areas. If you need service outside of this area, please contact us at 763-689-5997 for a FREE consultation.
Ice Dam Removal & Repair Services
What is an ice dam?
Ice dams are ridges of ice that form on your roof. As the snow melts, the water backs up behind this dam of ice. This water can leak into your home, causing damage to walls, ceilings, insulation, and other areas.
What causes an ice dam?
Ice dams are caused by the roof being at different temperatures at different areas. Often, the heat loss from your house will warm up the top part of the roof. The snow melts and flows down the roof until it meets the part of the roof that is below 32 degrees (usually at the edge of the roof). At that point, the water freezes into an ice dam.
How do ice dams lead to water damage?
Water backs up behind the dam and, as it sits on the roof, works its way under the roof covering and flows into the attic. From there it can seep through insulation, ceilings, walls and other areas where it can cause damage.
What does an ice dam look like?
Look for a ridge or block of ice at the edge of your roof. The dam will often produce many icicles (see photo to right).
How do you prevent an ice dam?
Keeping a consistent attic temperature can help prevent ice dams. Insulation and ventilation are key components of maintaining the proper conditions in the attic and on the roof deck.
What should I do about my ice dam?
Liberty Exteriors can help you repair the damage caused by ice dam damage, as well as repair your roof to prevent future damage. Please contact us at 763-689-5997 or request a FREE estimate.
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