I'm prolly coming down tomorrow again to deal with the ice dams. I might be open to some help in that area.
The flat roof ended up being an all afternoon task that was super exhausting. I don't think it would have been that bad except I spent a lot of time trying to remove a couple of inches of ice that probably doesn't even matter. Last time I did it, I was able to remove it easier but I think that's because the house was occupied and being kept warmer so it was a little melted underneath. The ice is still there but there are no shingles. It's a rubber roof and all that snow is off it now.
I don't think dealing with the ice dams on the slanted edges should be as bad but it does potentially involve a lot of ladder stuff so I'd feel better if I wasn't all alone. I've heard things about throwing nylons filled with ice melt up there. Maybe some of he higher spots can be dealt with that way.