Home Roof Ice Dam and Snow RemovalGopher Snow & Ice safely removes ice dams with steam from the roofs, gutters, and downspouts of homes and residential properties throughout the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Homes of all ages, styles, and sizes in the Minneapolis, St. PaulDuluth areas are subject to ice dams.  Much like keeping ice and snow off of your sidewalks and driveways, it's important to keep ice and snow from accumulating on your home's roof.  Ice buildup on the roof of a home can not only endanger the homeowner and guests (if a piece breaks off), but it can cause serious damage to your home's roof and structure and interior walls.

Ice dams are a very destructive force of nature in cold climates, as experienced in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth as well as the surrounding Twin Cities areas in Minnesota.  A residential roof can be seriously damaged when snow and ice melt then refreeze under shingles, penetrating the roof's protecting layers.  As the ice beneath sealing portions of the roof melt, the resulting water damage can affect not only the roof, but can damage interior walls, ruin insulation, and even short out electrical connections. Unchecked, these damages can seriously affect a homeowner's budget with costly repair bills.

Twin Cities ice dam removal from the roofs of homes and other residential buildings in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington, Maplewood, Roseville, Forest Lake, Burnsville, and other metropolitan suburbs.

At Gopher Property Services, a Minnesota company, our experienced staff and contractors use steam machines for safe ice dam removal from residential roofs, gutters, and downspouts, avoiding the use of sharp tools that can damage a home's roof even further.

Since 1997, homeowners throughout the Twin Cities, have been turning to Gopher Property Services to affordably remedy ice dams and safely remove excessive snow from their home's roof. Gopher Property Services is the company to perform any ice dam removal services you may need in the Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth areas.  

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Wow! Did they save me money...

Gopher Snow and Ice provides Ice Dam Removal for homes and businesses as well as commercial snow plowing throughout the Minnesota Twin Cities area of Minneapolis and St. Paul.I own a commercial building in Shakopee.  I had leakage around all my mechanical units on the roof.  I called a roofing company and they said I needed an entirely new roof.  I then called Gopher to look at it, and they told me the roof was fine.  Just needed to get the ice off the roof, because it was backing up the water.  Wow, did they save me some money!  They steamed the scuppers out and the water was able to run off the roof.  Thank goodness for honesty.

Ken Webber, Shakopee, MN


Gopher Property Services is pleased to offer professional ice dam removal and snowplowing services to homes and businesses in...

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