31 - IMG2604786
31 - IMG2604786
Troughs pulling away.
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32 - IMG2604797
Trough pulling away.
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33 - IMG2604820
Cross vented and vents installed too low.
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30 - IMG2604776
Vented soffits.
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34 - IMG2604828
Chimney flashing in good condition.
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35 - IMG2604857
Shingles in good condition.
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36 - IMG2604875
House does not have wood fascia and trough spikes have pulled out of rafters. Needs to be resecured.
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37 - IMG2604889
Trough holding water as it is loose.
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38 - IMG2604893
Some unevenness due to roof boards.
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39 - IMG2604913
Improper starter shingle. No drip edge.
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IMG2717072
Before repair.
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IMG2717082
Bracket installed.
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IMG2717408
Brackets installed and troughs cleaned.
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IMG2717415
Brackets installed on entire eaves system. Trough cleaned.
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IMG2717430
Brackets installed.

The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because their eavestrough is falling off at the rear of the home.

The Solution

The Roofing Specialist (RS) Team determined that the eavestrough needed brackets with screws to secure the trough back into the metal and the rafters since the home does not have a wood fascia. A quote was provided and accepted so the work commenced.

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