For those who are home-owners, a little assistance would be unbelievable! I live in Michigan, and we got about 4" of snow over the last few days. Now it's warm enough that's it's melting, and it's melting right into my house! I have a bay window in the front of my house, and somehow water is getting between the molding of the bay window and the ceiling in my living rooms. I investigated outside and found some major ice build-up in the gutters and on the roof of the bay window. There isn't any ice on my the main roof of my house. Right now I've got the typical towels and buckets beneath the drippy spots ... but I wanna get rid of this? How do I remove the ice build-up on the roof? Just get a blow-torch or what? Where the water is dripping is a joint between two boards ... should I just putty over the joint, or is it better to actually remove the molding and look up in there? I hate being a home-owner. Renting was a waste of money but I didn't have to deal with any of this stuff!!