Many families are waking up to leaks and roof issues from the winter storm.
Bob Neyer with NWA roofing has seen a spike in calls since Thursday when the storm hit.
He said when the ice and snow melt on the roof, that layer of moisture then refreezes at night and gets under roof shingles.
"When it freezes, it pushes the ice underneath the shingles, and it can cause damage right away by leaking through. When you get a large amount, it doesn't just stay in the attic, it can come into the house," said Neyer.