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2 - IMG_3696D9A7-C6CD-A3E2-B57F-CAD716DD3A5A
Membrane open at the edges.
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3 - IMG_583E1A15-18EC-DCB1-92BA-916A9667F2DD
Edges open.
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Vents located on extension. No issues.
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8 - IMG_CDCAF345-0491-E85E-AB3B-D6C0C4A8A7AD
Membrane cracked at the pipe. Needs to be sealed.
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9 - IMG_5433930A-E130-BCBC-0E96-A8A5E07BE932
Chimney has no flashing.
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15 - IMG2885369
Repair: Roof being cleaned off.
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16 - IMG2885406
Karnaking seams.
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17 - IMG2885425
Karnaking edge transition.
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18 - IMG2885468
Applying mesh to seam.
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19 - IMG2885507
Karnaking chimney.
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20 - IMG2885513
Chimney seams karnaked.
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21 - IMG2885528
Karnaking pipe.
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23 - IMG2885545
Karnak of pipe complete.
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24 - IMG2885548
Chimney sealed.

The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because they have a leak at the back of their house where the main roof meets the addition.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team discovered that the flat membrane was open at the edge of the upper roof. Ice was building up at the eavestrough and working its way under the membrane. The RS Team recommended an application of Karnak roof cement to the flat roof seams as a temporary repair. The Client accepted and work commenced.

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