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Safely Steaming Away Big Chunks of Ice From a Steamboat Roof

Posted on: October 11, 2013 by in Snow & Ice, Uncategorized
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We've all seen those Steamboat Springs roofs that end up with huge chunks of ice on them. And usually, that ice just stays there all winter long. But now, Wilson Roofing Division is able to use low pressure steam to safely remove these large blocks of ice from your Steamboat roof. Here is a short (less than 4 minutes) video showing just that with a big ice chunk on a Steamboat roof. Check out how easily it cuts through the ice and then the ice falls harmlessly to the ground. Call Wilson Continue Reading ...

Solving the Ice Dam Problem in Steamboat Springs

Posted on: October 3, 2013 by in Snow & Ice
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If you are like a lot of Yampa Valley residents, the early arrival of winter weather again has you thinking about your annual ice dam problem on your roof. But don't worry. There is still time to address this issue before the big snows so you don't have a another problem this winter. Many believe that the ice dams are the result of a problem with roofing or attic ventilation, but that's really not the case. The real cause of ice dams is warm air in the attic area combined with snow on the Continue Reading ...