Well I was warned and Murphy’s law played out while I was gone for five days. I recently moved from a West South facing hangar to a much large north facing hangar for $20/mo more. They warned me that the ice build up was biblical but wouldn’t be a problem as long as I kept up with it. Well of course I went south last weekend to attend some training. When I came back I now have 8-12” of an ice ridge about 4’ wide directly under where it had slide off the hangar roof. Of course I’ve been out at the hangar after every snow with my plow truck. I dealt with this similarly when I moved into the previous hangar one year ago (it was unkept all winter). I don’t have the strength and it’ll kill me if I go out there with my firewood mail and bust it up (I did a 1’ wide channel and I feel like I’m going to die). Any advice? Harbor Fright electric demolition hammer to bust out channels for the landing gear?