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Fascia missing along the gable.
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New fascia to be installed.
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New fascia installed and secured.
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412 - IMG_F79C7DF5-F169-79EC-0241-67CCAC97029D
Venting is insufficient. Ridge venting is needed.
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Shingles were nailed high.
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In some areas the shingles were nailed more than once and in other areas they were not nailed at all.
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Valleys are ok.
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Shingles are nine years old but in fair shape overall.
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Nails driven through the shingles causing leaks.
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Before shot of the cap on the siding.
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Repair to siding.
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Flashing sealed.
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Attached insulated hose to fan.
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Attached hose to collar on roof.
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Removing shingles and replacing.
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Bathroom vent installed.

The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because they had some fascia metal that had blown off their roof.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team installed and sealed the new fascia metal and re-installed the siding that had popped up, back into place. Then they performed a full roof assessment where they identified a bathroom exhaust hose that was not connected properly to the vent. This causes the vents to exhaust into the attic area which can lead to moisture build-up and mold growth. A quote was provided to attach the hose properly and work commenced.

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