"They did what they said they would do. They did it on time. They had a good crew come and do the work. Everyone was friendly, professional, and did not waste time. I recommend Peninsula Rain Gutters without reservation. Outstanding."
John F. via Facebook
Living on the Kenai Peninsula, you know ice dams can be quite common. When the snow melts, it refreezes at the edge of your roofline. When the weather turns warm again, the water then is blocked from flowing properly. Not only does this damage your roof and gutters, but it can cause electrical system issues, rotting wood & mold, and damage to insulation.
At Peninsula Rain Gutters, we help remove any dangerous and damaging ice from your roof with the Arctic Steamer system. Our roof-friendly pressure steam system will safely remove ice fields from your roof without causing damage to your shingles or metal roofing. Once the ice is gone, we will work with you to prevent ice from being a problem in the future.
You can monitor your roof for any signs of the formation of ice dams. If you can safely observe the icicles around your home exterior, and if they seem to have no trapped water behind them, it is likely that an ice dam has not formed. You can contact our team, and we can safely remove icicles from your roof if it feels unsafe for you to do it yourself.
"Would recommend highly. Great communication and work. Very reasonably priced."
Angela H. via Google
Peninsula Rain Gutters understands the importance of safely removing ice dams quickly and effectively.
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