As of Wednesday, February 12 forecasters were still predicting some wintry mix for Connecticut into Thursday and for some places this can mean as much as 8 – 10” of snow. Although some many areas may experience freezing rain instead this could mean just as much trouble for traffic and for home exteriors.
This winter has not been kind when it comes to weather. Heavy snowfall, ice storms and frigid temperatures have combined to make January and February very uncomfortable. And because of the amount of snow, many homes are experiencing problems with the gutters and roofs.
When heavy snow and ice are left on a roof or gutter system it causes extra stress on the frame and over time this can lead to sagging and in extreme cases collapse. It is important to have heavy snow and ice removed as quickly as possible to prevent this damage from occurring.
Tonight is calling for an 80% chance of snow and tomorrow is looking at 100%. If your home is experiencing unusually large amounts of snow or has ice hanging over the gutter, contact us today for emergency snow and ice removal. (203)-878-2411