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The chimney stack to be removed.
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The stack is lifted from the roof deck.
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The chimney stack was removed.
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An engineered wood patch was installed to cover the hole.
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New shingles were installed, and the repair was completed.

The Challenge

The approached Mr. Roof Repair with a request to remove a Selkirk chimney that is no longer in use.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repairs roofing Specialist (RS) Team removed the Selkirk chimney, and installed an engineered wood patch and new shingles to cover the hole. They then ensured that all of the fasteners on the exhaust vents were sealed. They also refastened and resealed a loose turbine vent.

During the assessment the RS Team noted that the roof was suffering as a result of mixed ventilation. With both box vents and a turbine vent installed on the roof, the attic and roof ventilation was being disrupted. It was recommended that this issue be corrected and a quote was provided to this effect.

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