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Protect Your Roof and Your Home with Roof Snow Rakes by Garelick

Ice dams are formed when attic heat moves upward to warm the roof and melts roof snow at or near ridge areas. Melting of snow occurs at the snow-shingle interface and runs downward (under the snow) as snow-water. At or near the edge of the roof, colder conditions exist that usually result in the freezing of the snow-water, thus forming an ice-dam. Subsequent melting of roof-snow usually accumulates as a pocket of snow-water that eventually backs up under the shingles to cause major damage in the plateline area.

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