Ice Dams & Your Soffits

 To prevent ice dams, which can lead to wood rot and damage to eaves, proper ventilation is required. A well-ventilated attic will be colder and less snow will melt off the roof and collect and freeze again at the eaves.

Ideally, the amount of ventilation required should be split evenly between the soffits and the peak. The best possible ice dam prevention would be a continuous soffit vent and a ridge vent. It's also important that the course from the soffit vents up between the rafters is free of insulation so that cool air can rise up to the roof vents.

Also, by having updated soffit, your house will  stay cooler in the summer.


The roof is one of the most important parts of your home.  It protects you and your home's structure from all of the outside elements, and it should look good while doing it. If your roof is becoming damaged or has it's age behind it, it's probably not doing the job for you and could potentially cost you more money in the long run. The condition of the roof is often a deal breaker when if comes to selling your home. The roof is one of the first aspects of the home that people will notice because of it's visibility and the large area it covers. If you are looking to replace your roofing, we can make some suggestions for you to have it done by some local companies.

 Turn this aged roof.....

Into a desired appearance and long lasting protection for your home.

Thinking of Selling? 

Much of your home's worth is based on its exterior. At least that's what the latest survey of Realtor's found. If you were to remodel your home and sell it, upgrades to a home's appearance offers one of the highest rates of return. By taking care of the outside, perhaps it's assumed you're taking care of the inside too.


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