There are a lot of differing opinions on snow in the Treasure Valley. Some people love it for its beauty and enjoy it at home - especially if you have kids.

Some people despise it because of the headaches it can create on our roads and even parking lots at work. These same people might be excited for when the snow melts but if you're not prepared, it can turn into a huge disaster.

Are you prepared for when the snow melts?

So, it snows in Idaho and you don't have to be anywhere for the rest of the day. We've all been there, especially if you're new to Idaho, you might wait to get the snow off of your vehicle until you have to.

The problem is, it's most likely going to continue to be cold and that could result in the snow you leave "melting", turning into ice.

If you've ever had to shovel icy snow or get it off of your car, you know it can be a pain. Heck, you might even be in that situation now and just want to let it melt on its own by now.

That can be a bad idea and destructive to your home.

And look, we get it - the snow causes enough problems with the roads, the way people drive, etc... and now you have to worry about your home?

Let's take a look at some ways you can rescue your home now before it's too late... and the snow melts.

Save Your Home NOW Before The Snow Melts In Idaho

The snow is all fun and games until it MELTS... here's what you need to know.

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Boise's First Snowfall Date Over the Past Decade

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