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http://www.neicesolutions.com … Combining Ice Dam Prevention & Downspouts to Protect Your Roof in Massachusetts
Most people associate ice dams with those beautiful icicles that hang off your roof. The icicles are a red flag telling you there’s water on your roof and if you don’t get rid of the water, it’s likely to find it’s way inside your house and cause damage. New England Ice Solutions offers a range of ice dam prevention solutions so you can avoid ice dams, and that includes problems that can occur elsewhere on your roof.
We design each ice dam prevention system to address your unique problems, as we’ve gotten very creative with our roofs. That used to be okay before everyone started making their homes more airtight to save energy. Then our heated air escaped through the walls in addition to rising to the attic. But today in northern climates like Wellesley, Massachusetts or Wisconsin, we need to prevent ice dams.
Our designs use a combination of aluminum extruded panels to deliver heat to your roof. Your roof may need one, or all three (3) types of panels to create your ice dam prevention system, depending on where you have ice forming. They are: 1. eave panels used on the edge of your roof; 2. valley panels used higher up where two different roof sections meet; and 3. channel panels that fill a dual role of channeling water off the roof (similar to downspouts) and heating vertical areas of the roof with higher water volume.
This video gives you an overview of New England Ice Solutions “channel” panels. They’re made up of: 1. self-regulated heating cables; 2. an extruded aluminum base designed for heat transfer; and 3: the pre-finished aluminum cover that blends the panel with your roofing materials. The good news is they not only prevent ice from forming, they also channel the water down your roof in place of the downspouts you might have up there today.
If you’re tired of Ice dams on your roof in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire or Maine … then you need to contact us. If you want to learn more before calling, learn what causes ice dams on our website, http://icemeltne.com/ice-dams-and-your-new-england-home. We look forward to working to give you the optimal design for your home and peace of mind
If you’re tired of worrying about ice dam problems, contact us at New England Ice Solutions … 877-705-1356 or firstname.lastname@example.org