71 - IMG2757523
71 - IMG2757523
Missing fascia.
72 - IMG_D7A31EED-3CEA-59D5-CDA8-2395998825F7
72 - IMG_D7A31EED-3CEA-59D5-CDA8-2395998825F7
74 - IMG2757558
74 - IMG2757558
Seams sealed well on flat roof.
75 - IMG2757562
75 - IMG2757562
Flat roof is in good shape.
76 - IMG2757567
76 - IMG2757567
Eaves look good at the back. Gutter filter installed.
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77 - IMG2757576
Box vents have good positioning.
78 - IMG2757583
78 - IMG2757583
Seams sealed well on upper flat roof.
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79 - IMG2757587
Shingles are in good shape.
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80 - IMG2757592
Chimney flashing is sealed well.
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81 - IMG2757596
Valley looks good.
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82 - IMG2757599
Cross venting.
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83 - IMG2757661
Fastened all fascia at the front using wood grip screws.
84 - IMG_982E8362-68FE-0892-6E01-E485AD38414C
84 - IMG_982E8362-68FE-0892-6E01-E485AD38414C
Re-installed flashing.
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85 - IMG2757768
Front lower eaves are pooling.
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86 - IMG2757769
End cap has lost its seal.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with a request to reattach a piece of white fascia that had come off the front peak.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team determined that the missing piece of fascia had come off the front upper slope due to wind and using small fasteners. They re-installed the fascia and fastened it in using wood screws. Then they fastened all of the other fascia in the same area.

The RS Team then performed a full roof assessment where they found that the front lower eavestrough were leaking and not sloped properly.

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