In the winter, icicles can form on the eaves of your home. Ideally, you don't want icicles to form on the eaves of your home during the winter time. Here are the three primary reasons icicles may form on your roof during the winter.
#1 Melting & Freezing Cycle
First, you may get icicles on the edge of your roof simply because of the freezing and thawing cycle. Snow on your roof may melt and slowly drop down your roof.
Roof repairs costs considerable money, especially if you don't take active measures to keep the costs in check. This is unfortunate given that the roof is one of the most important parts of your house (it protects the rest of the house) and has to be kept in a tip top condition. Since roof breakdowns are inevitable (over the course of many years), take the following measures to keep the repair costs down: