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97 - IMG2623145
Animal damage.
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92 - IMG_E1EC30C1-5C9B-2827-451C-804A1AF21D73
Soffit, fascia and eaves.
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93 - IMG2623118
Nails are sealed on vents.
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94 - IMG2623124
Box vents.
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95 - IMG2623129
Shingles are in great shape.
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96 - IMG2623134
Chimney flashing is sealed and in great shape.
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98 - IMG2623159
Flashing is sealed.
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99 - IMG2623167
Eaves look good.
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100 - IMG2623178
Proper bathroom vent installed.
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101 - IMG2623187
Plumbing stack looks good.
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102 - IMG2623331
Replaced damaged shingles.
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103 - IMG2623347
Installed custom drip edge.
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Repair: Gutter guard installation at the back.
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Side
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Leaf guard installed.
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Cut around downpipe.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about some animal damage to the roof.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team confirmed there were damaged shingles at the corner of the roof on the hip. Animals also chewed through a little bit of the fascia wood underneath.

The RS Team replaced the damaged shingle and installed a custom piece of drip edge over the fascia where the animals have chewed through. This will prevent them from being able to access this point again.

While on site, the RS Team recommended the installation of gutter guard to keep the leaves from clogging the troughs. The Client accepted the quote and work commenced.

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