Flood Pros – A Premier Snow and Ice Damage Restoration Company in Utah
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Looking for a Commercial and Residential Ice and Snow Disaster Repair Company?

Ice and Snow ice damage repair in Utah can be a tricky situation.

Fortunately, Flood Pros has been serving customers for over 31 years with quality snow ice damage repairs throughout the State of Utah. We have experienced technicians that can fix your roof using state-of-the-art equipment designed specifically for this type of repair. In addition, we are experienced in working with insurance companies to speed up the repairs and reimbursements.

We use only the highest quality replacement products. Our extensive experience in the industry gives us an edge when it comes to snow ice damage repair for your Utah residence or business.

We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take care of your snow and ice damage. Which can be extremely dangerous to your property.

Snow is heavy, wet, and will eventually start to break down over time. Ice has the potential to cause extensive damage.

Most roofs are not equipped with the proper insulation needed for this type of weather condition; therefore a roof can collapse under a lot less weight than one would think.

Snow is also very slick, so if you’re trying to access your roof for an inspection or removal it can be dangerous as well.

Don’t underestimate the weight of snow and ice on your roof. We have repaired roofs that have collapsed under the weight of just a few inches of ice.

How to Find Fix Snow Ice Damaged Roofs

There are a few different ways snow and ice damage can occur. If snow is not removed from the roof as it accumulates, snow will start to melt as temperatures rise during the day. As snow melts, along with ice that has formed at the eaves or under the snowpack, the water will seep into your home and cause interior damage. This is what we call rain-in; there is no way for this type of water to exit your property, so it must be contained and pumped out by Flood Pros’ certified technicians.

Large portions of snow or ice falling off a roof will also pose a threat for interior damage if it lands on trees branches, cars, or people below. If snow is allowed to build up too much on a roof, ice dams can also form. Ice dams are very dangerous for your property. Water will seep under the snow and ice pack, filling gutters until they cannot hold anymore. Once the snow starts to melt due to warmth in your home or from sunlight during the day, water can be pushed off of the roof where it may become trapped against your downspout or hood vent, leading into your interior walls/ceilings.

When snow piles at the eaves are not removed it forces all of the snow that melts to run towards one side of your roofing system. When this happens ice along with all of the melted snow falls off of your roof at once leaving large patches of snow and ice creating an unsafe and dangerous environment for your property.

These snow and ice conditions may not be easily seen from the ground below, which is why we highly recommend using a snow rake or snow scoop to remove snow from your roof after every storm. This will help minimize snow and ice damage in the event of a snowstorm. If you feel that your property has experienced snow or ice damming, please contact Flood Pros before it’s too late. We can help diagnose any snow/ice-related problems with your Utah home or business by providing a free estimate for repairs!

It is often not very easy to tell when snow and ice dams have formed on our roofing system. Snow can clog up the snow guards on your roofing system, causing snow to build up. Ice dams will cause snow to pile up at the lower half of your roofing system (starting at the eaves/eaves trough). If snow is allowed to build up it will eventually turn into ice, which puts weight on your gutters and downspouts leading them to break.

When snow or ice builds up at the eaves that snow turns into icicles over time. Icicles are full of water that has seeped through snow and froze as it dripped off of your roof’s edge. This water can also freeze further down a downspout causing a blockage in your snow/ice trough. If snow is allowed to build up too much on a roof, ice dams can also form. Ice dams are very dangerous for your property. Water will seep under the snow and ice pack, filling gutters until they cannot hold anymore. Once the snow starts to melt due to warmth in your home or from sunlight during the day, water can be pushed off of the roof where it may become trapped against your downspout or hood vent, leading into your interior walls/ceilings.

Large portions of snow or ice falling off of roofs when snowpacks are not removed will cause severe snow damage if it lands on trees branches, cars, or people below when roofs collapse under the weight of snow when accumulations are high. If snow is allowed to build up too much on a roof, ice dams can also form. Ice dams are very dangerous for your property. Water will seep under the snow and ice pack, filling gutters until they cannot hold anymore. Once the snow starts to melt due to warmth in your home or from sunlight during the day, water can be pushed off of the roof where it may become trapped against your downspout or hood vent, leading into your interior walls/ceilings.

Wet snow is heavy snow that accumulates more snow on roofs when snow piles at the eaves are not removed which forces all of the snow that melts to run towards one side of your roofing system. When this happens ice along with all of the snow and ice falls off of your roof at once leaving large patches of snow and ice creating an unsafe and dangerous environment for your property.

Flood Pros services these locations:

  • Salt Lake City
  • Bountiful
  • Sandy
  • Lehi
  • American Fork
  • Alpine
  • Alta
  • Bluffdale
  • Cedar Hills UT
  • Cottonwood Heights
  • Draper
  • Eagle Mountain
  • Herriman
  • Highland
  • Holladay
  • Kearns
  • Layton
  • Lindon
  • Magna
  • Mapleton UT
  • Midvale
  • Millcreek UT
  • Murray Utah
  • Ogden

Call us for a free estimate.

Why Choose Us?

· 32 Years of Experience

· Fully Licensed and Insured

· 30% to 50% Savings with Flood Pros Roofing

· 98% Customer Satisfaction Rate


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