So far, we’ve had a pretty tame winter this year in Minnesota. Typical Minnesota winters can harm your home’s roof, siding, and gutters. The freezing temperatures can also take a toll on your heating bills. We want you to get through this winter with the least possible damage to your home and wallet.
Minnesotans in the Twin Cities metro area have had it fairly easy this winter when it comes to snowfall and cold temperatures. Compared to the 2013-2014 season of record-low temperatures and messy storms, this winter season seems to be going by at an impressively fast rate!
Every year, ice dams—a build-up of ice over the eaves of a roof—are a familiar sight in from December through March, but it doesn’t have to be that way. A little prevention now can help homeowners avoid big problems later.