I have a serious ice-dam problem on one side of my house. In looking around the attic, I see that the area above the soffits was completely filled in with some extra, blown-in insulation that was added some years ago by a previous owner. So far as I can tell, when the house was built, the area above the soffits was not insulated.
Is it possible that this blown-in fill in my soffit area is contributing to ice formation on my roof? If so, what's the best process to remove that blown-in insulation?
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