An ice dam formed this week between the edge of the roof and the gutter at this home in Boise’s West End. Water from melting snow could seep underneath shingles, causing damage and possibly a leak.
An ice dam formed this week between the edge of the roof and the gutter at this home in Boise’s West End. Water from melting snow could seep underneath shingles, causing damage and possibly a leak. John Sowell jsowell@idahostatesman.com
An ice dam formed this week between the edge of the roof and the gutter at this home in Boise’s West End. Water from melting snow could seep underneath shingles, causing damage and possibly a leak. John Sowell jsowell@idahostatesman.com

Don’t get left out in the cold recovering from the winter storm

January 06, 2017 12:55 PM

More Videos

  • Micron demonstrates how its 3-D Crosspoint chips work

    Micron and Intel Corp. developed this memory to improve the handling of large amounts of data. It is nonvolatile, meaning it retains its data when electrical power is turned off.