Reason For Call
On the morning of March 23rd, the roof of the Bank of Idaho's drive-thru service area collapsed, leaving behind wet debris that brought the bank's operations to a standstill.
Scope Of Work
Upon thorough inspection, it was determined that the rooftop drains had become obstructed with leaves and debris, leading to the accumulation of snow on the roof and the formation of an ice dam. The temperature fluctuations caused the ice to melt and infiltrate the roof structure above the drive-thru, compromising its supporting structure. Our team promptly took action to clear the drains, remove debris, stabilize the affected area, install new plywood, and facilitate drying, ultimately enabling the bank to resume its operations.