• Roof Snow Removal

    We remove snow from your roof to prevent ice dams and reduce excess weight from your roof.

    1. Ice Dam Prevention - Snow is the fuel that causes ice dams. By removing snow from your roof, you reduce the chances of having an ice dam form.
    2. Remove Weight - Snow weighs 0.25 lbs to 1.5 lbs per cubic foot and can add significant weight to your roof. If you are concerned about stress to your roof, we can remove a thousand pounds in an hour or so.

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  • Roof Snow Removal

    Standard Services


    1. We use a plastic roof rake to remove snow from your roof by starting near the bottom, over the eaves, and working our way up. We will remove snow to the highest of: 15 feet; where your roof vents start (don’t want to damage these); or as far as we can reach. You may provide specific directions to the crew.
    2. We also remove fallen roof snow from your driveway and sidewalks.


    Optional Services

    1. Scheduled Recurring Service. We automatically remove snow from your roof after each 6” snowfall. Selecting this service provides a price discount and priority service times.

    Exclusions (for safety of property and crew)

    1. We may cancel and reschedule your outside service due to weather conditions:
      • High winds – ladders are unsafe for crews and can blow onto your home.
      • Rain – makes roofs and ladders slippery and unsafe for crews.
    2. Safety of your property and our crews are a top priority. Crews will not rake any areas they consider to be unsafe, such as near power lines. You will not be charged for these exclusions.

    Preparing For Service

    1. Customer is not required to be home at the time of service.
  • FAQ

    What is an ice dam?

    An ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof and prevents melting snow (water) from draining off the roof. The water that backs up behind the dam can leak into a home and cause damage to walls, ceilings, insulation, and other areas.

    What causes an ice dam?

    Ice dams usually occur after a heavy snowfall when melting runoff hits the cold roof edge and refreezes into ice. The melting can be caused by:


    1. Above-freezing temperatures.
    2. Sunny days when radiant heat from the sun melts the snow on your roof, despite the ambient temperature being below freezing.
    3. Poor attic insulation or ventilation when warm air inside your home leaks into the attic and warms the underside of the roof causing snow and ice on the roof to melt.

    What is our appointment cancellation policy?

    We require cancellation at least 2 business days before your scheduled cleaning. Short-cancels are difficult to fill and since we pay our teams even if you cancel, you will be charged a service call fee if we cannot refill your cancelled appointment time.

    How do I pay?

    We do not accept payment on the day of service. We will invoice you approximately one day after service. You may pay by check or credit card (phone or online).

  • Roof Snow Removal Cost

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