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Why book a roof snow removal service through Airtasker?

A roof snow removal service is your best bet when you don’t have the time, tools, or inclination to do the task yourself. Why bother bundling up then getting sweaty under all that winter clothing—all on a weekend or your day off? Instead of shoveling in the frigid weather, you can stay in and let someone else do the work.

Make a post on Airtasker with all the crucial details, including your location, budget, and when you want the job done. Interested and qualified Taskers will give you a free quote. And don’t be surprised if you get several quotes within a few minutes!

Once you get quotes, take your time looking at each Tasker’s ratings and reviews. Once you’ve accepted an offer, your hired Tasker will come over to get the snow off your roof. There are better ways to spend your free time this season, like sipping eggnog while an expert does the job for you.

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Top Roof Snow Removal related questions

It shouldn’t take more than a full day’s work to clear your roof of any snow buildup. But usually, your roof snow removal Tasker will first have to use a snowblower to clear out a path on the ground. So it may take a while before your Tasker starts clearing the snow off your roof. Your Tasker may also devote a bit of time to attach safety harnesses if they need to get on your roof. 

Hire a snow removal service near you when your roof has collected a lot of snow. This is especially important if you have a flat roof or one with a low pitch. However, you don't have to book a snow removal service right away if only a few inches of snow have collected on your roof. It’s more cost-efficient to hire a service when the snow is at least four inches thick. 

Not removing heavy snow can cause serious damage to your roof and gutters. Snow piles can melt, refreeze as ice, then weigh down and tear off your roof’s gutters, soffits, and fascias. These damages can cost a lot to fix. In extreme cases, heavy snow and ice buildup can even cause your roof to collapse! There’s also the danger of all that snow and ice falling on people and cars. Roof snow removal can help prevent all these dangers.

No, you shouldn’t climb up your roof yourself. That’s one of the most dangerous and ill-advised things to do, as many injuries and deaths result from people getting up on their roofs. You can either use a roof rake or hire a Tasker instead. Most Taskers have the necessary safety equipment and expertise to remove snow buildup on your roof. You’re better off leaving the job to the experts.

A good way to remove ice dams that have formed on your roof edges or gutters is to pour hot water on them. The hot water will melt the ice, and the water can flow freely through your roof’s gutters. Avoid climbing your roof to do this; You can pour the hot water onto your roof’s edges and gutters while standing on a ladder.  

Prevent ice dams by ensuring you have sufficient insulation in your home, including areas like the attic. Ice dams result from snow buildup on your roof melting from the heat emanating and rising from your home’s interiors. This buildup then refreezes as temperatures drop. Ask a contractor to inspect your home’s insulation and see if it needs repair or replacement. You may also need to have soffits and roof vents installed. 

It shouldn’t take more than a full day’s work to clear your roof of any snow buildup. But usually, your roof snow removal Tasker will first have to use a snowblower to clear out a path on the ground. So it may take a while before your Tasker starts clearing the snow off your roof. Your Tasker may also devote a bit of time to attach safety harnesses if they need to get on your roof. 

Not removing heavy snow can cause serious damage to your roof and gutters. Snow piles can melt, refreeze as ice, then weigh down and tear off your roof’s gutters, soffits, and fascias. These damages can cost a lot to fix. In extreme cases, heavy snow and ice buildup can even cause your roof to collapse! There’s also the danger of all that snow and ice falling on people and cars. Roof snow removal can help prevent all these dangers.

A good way to remove ice dams that have formed on your roof edges or gutters is to pour hot water on them. The hot water will melt the ice, and the water can flow freely through your roof’s gutters. Avoid climbing your roof to do this; You can pour the hot water onto your roof’s edges and gutters while standing on a ladder.  

Hire a snow removal service near you when your roof has collected a lot of snow. This is especially important if you have a flat roof or one with a low pitch. However, you don't have to book a snow removal service right away if only a few inches of snow have collected on your roof. It’s more cost-efficient to hire a service when the snow is at least four inches thick. 

No, you shouldn’t climb up your roof yourself. That’s one of the most dangerous and ill-advised things to do, as many injuries and deaths result from people getting up on their roofs. You can either use a roof rake or hire a Tasker instead. Most Taskers have the necessary safety equipment and expertise to remove snow buildup on your roof. You’re better off leaving the job to the experts.

Prevent ice dams by ensuring you have sufficient insulation in your home, including areas like the attic. Ice dams result from snow buildup on your roof melting from the heat emanating and rising from your home’s interiors. This buildup then refreezes as temperatures drop. Ask a contractor to inspect your home’s insulation and see if it needs repair or replacement. You may also need to have soffits and roof vents installed. 

What do roof snow removal services include?

Roof snow removal services include all the necessary tasks to remove large amounts of snow buildup on your roof. This task may involve assessing areas that need clearing, clearing a path on the surrounding ground, removing the snow from your roof, and clearing snow from your roof’s features. Here are the usual steps involved in roof snow removal services.

Assessing the site

Your local roof snow removal specialist makes a visual inspection of your roof. They take note of your roof’s pitch and areas where there are larger buildups of snow. Typically, Taskers prefer to avoid climbing the roof and may use an extendable roof rake from the ground instead. But if the roof rake can’t reach some of the snow, the Tasker can use a ladder or attach a rope as they walk on your roof. 

Clearing a path

Heavy snow on your roof also means heavy snow buildup all around; Removing snow from your roof is difficult for anyone when they’re thigh-deep in snow. So before your Tasker starts clearing snow off your roof, they may have to clear a path on the ground. They may use a snowblower to remove and dump snow to an area away from your home. Upon request, some Taskers can also clear your driveway, but this can cost extra. Do you need snow removed from other areas of your property? Feel free to post separate tasks on our platform for other jobs you need to get done. 

Removing the snow

After assessing the site and clearing a path, your Tasker proceeds with getting the snow off your roof. The standard practice for roof snow removal is to use a gentle scrape-and-pull motion with a roof rake. If the tool can’t reach areas due to your roof’s size or angle of pitch, your Tasker can climb your roof to shovel off the rest of the snow. For safety, they can use a fall arrest harness or tether. If your roof has solar panels or skylights, Taskers can also get the snow off them, taking care not to step on them or damage the surfaces. 

Now you can relax, knowing the arduous task of clearing away heaps of snow on your roof is finished. Why not couple that peace of mind this season by making sure you have hot water in your bathroom and sink taps? 

Clearing carport and shed roofs

If you have separate carports or sheds, some Taskers can also remove the snow on their roofs. Taskers can likewise assess the snow buildup, clear a path around them if needed, and use the roof rake to clear away the snow. When all the structures in your property are clear of snow, you can take the cleanup a step further and have your garden cleaned up as well.