"It will burn a channel through an ice dam
or snow and allow the water to torpedo down into the gutter," he said.
Betterview, the software platform and service provider that uses drones to capture and analyze building and property data, and Understory, Inc., a weather network and analytics company, recently announced a strategic partnership will now allow Betterview users to review historical hail, high wind, precipitation and ice dam
data before sending a drone out to inspect buildings & properties.
Not only did Schoolcraft stay on top of all service requests and vendor meetings, he also tackled snow removal and ice dam
repairs totaling more than $100,000.
If temperatures cool rapidly, the melted water that has migrated to the drainage areas freezes, forming a dam that holds back water and creating a ponding water area behind the ice dam
, Herring explains.
She lived in a mansion and had an ice dam
on the roof."
We know from experience that misguided attempts to remedy problems at the last moment, such as trying to thaw a frozen pipe with a torch or chipping away at an ice dam
with a hammer, can lead to disaster.
([double dagger]) Constructing a vented "over-roof" over the top of an unvented "under-roof" is common in high snow load areas to control ice-damming (see "Dam Ice Dam
," ASHRAE Journal, June 2010).
The classic view of the Younger Dryas cooling interlude has been that an ice dam
in the North American ice sheet ruptured, releasing a massive quantity of freshwater into the Atlantic Ocean.
A jokulhaup is the Icelandic term used to describe a glacial outburst flood resulting from the failure of a glacier ice dam
or from the melting of glacier ice by a volcanic eruption.
It was caused by the ice dam
clogging the Neva, resulting in flooding of nearby cities.