Ice Dam Removal Cost
Our 2015 Rates
Pricing an ice dam removal job is a tricky business. We typically do not do on-site estimates. Instead we rely on data we have gathered over the past 20 years in combination with a few answers provided by you about your home to give you a verbal estimate over the phone. Variables including the height of the work, the roof pitch and the volume of the ice to be removed all factor into how long it takes to steam an ice dam. When our crew arrives on site they will consult with you to determine which areas you would like them to focus on. From there it’s a matter of letting the steam doing the work. A general rule of thumb is that a good team can remove 7 to 15 feet of ice dam per hour once they get the equipment set up. Unfortunately, we can not make any promises about your ice removal time frame. We work as quickly as possible to get the job done. Here is a photo of what it costs to not remove an ice dam. Click here to see common damage caused by Ice Dams & water intrusion.
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Residential Ice Dam Removal Policies
We price our work for steaming ice and snow removal the same way we price everything. We are clear, consistent and fair. This is a no BS approach; something you won’t find too often in the business of ice dam removal. We have no trip charges. We have 1-hour minimums (Check around, most of our competitors have 2-hour minimums). We bill to the minute for fairness and accuracy. If you must cancel your appointment with us, we ask that you do so at least 24 hours in advance, otherwise we charge a $75 cancellation fee. That’s about it.
Residential Roof Snow Removal Policies
We offer roof shoveling services around the Twin Cities metro area. We have a one hour minimum for roof shoveling. We also offer annual roof snow removal contracts. If you must cancel your appointment with us, we ask that you do so at least 24 hours in advance, otherwise we charge a $75 cancellation fee.
Commercial Snow & Ice Removal Policies
The cost for residential snow and ice removal is usually similar to that of residential. Factors such as access, height, size and complexity may increase the cost so please call us for details. Crane rental is not included in our base hourly charge. Please call our office to verify current policies and pricing relating to ice and snow removal and prevention of ice dams.
Ice Dam Heat Tape and Heat Cable Cost
There are many variables the drive the cost to install ice dam heat cables, such as the height of the area, the footage required, the type of ice dam heat tape and the electrical system at your home. The type of roofing material and the presence of gutters also plays a role. Generally speaking, it costs between $30-60 per running foot of eave, including labor and materials. We will provide an exact cost for your ice dam heat cable project upon request.