Living in Buffalo means dealing with a lot of snow and ice during the winter season. Unfortunately, that means that our roofs have shorter life expectancies. Ice will form on your roof and then melt once the weather gets warmer. The ice melts, but doesn’t run off the roof quick enough which becomes stagnant water and seeps into the roof and causes damage. Sometimes the water under the roof freezes and expands and then causes shingles to be pushed off. Preventing freezing damages from your roof is hard to do, but if you try to keep your roof the same temperature as your house, you will have a greater chance of preventing freezing damages.