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23 - IMG4897986
There is a downpipe draining onto a lower roof.
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26 - IMG4898017
The eaves are pulling away at the rear of the home.
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32 - IMG4898082
The trough spikes are loose which is causing the eavestrough to pull away.
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35 - IMG4898136
The eaves were re-secured as a courtesy.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair because a large section of their eavestrough was pulling away from the fascia.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repairs Roofing Specialist Team confirmed that the spike fasteners which hold the eavestrough in place had come loose, and this was allowing the trough to pull away from the home. As a courtesy, the RS Team re-secured the loose section of eavestrough.

During their assessment of the roof, they also noted that there was a downpipe draining onto a lower roof. As this could cause the deterioration of the shingles in this area, it was recommended that the downpipe be properly extended to the nearest trough. A quote was provided to this effect.

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