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150 - IMG96568
150 - IMG96568
Fascia missing approx. 3"
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151 - IMG96582
New metal thick gauge to close hole so animals don't enter.
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152 - IMG96591
Drip edge installed over and inside the trough.
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153 - IMG96592
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155 - IMG96594
Eyebrow being prepped.
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156 - IMG96596
New metal installed.
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157 - IMG96603
Second entry for animals.
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158 - IMG96604
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159 - IMG96605
Metal closing the hole.
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160 - IMG96634
New flashing installed and secured.
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161 - IMG96714
New flashing for the second eyebrow.

The Challenge

The client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because they wanted an assessment of squirrel damage to the fascia board on their home. The Roofers determined that there was a space between the eavestrough and the trough that needed a custom drip edge installed in order to close the gap and keep the animals out.

The Solution

In addition to the above mentioned work, the Roofers also found that there were some shingles missing from the front eyebrows located by the porch roof on the right and left side. They needed shingles and aluminum flashing to close the area and secure it to keep any more animals from trying to enter. The siding corner was also coming apart and needed to be re-secured. And the eavestroughs needed to have some brackets installed in order to keep them from falling.

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