Home and business owners fear a roof collapse and are keeping local contractors busy clearing snow off rooftops.
In some cases, it takes a snow blower on the roof to do the job, but in most instances, it's a matter of getting on the roof and just shoveling. Workers from B-Davis Enterprises were clearing off a flat roof today at 36th and Poplar. They say this type of roof is especially vulnerable.
Brenton Davis, of B-Davis Enterprises, tells us, "the main thing is a roof collapse. The other problem is ice dams, over-hanging snow or ice that can fall and cause injury or death, but the main thing is to prevent the damage to a home or a building."
Davis says clearing a roof could cost anywhere from a couple of hundred dollars to a thousand, depending on the size and how much snow is on the roof.
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