80 - IMG2096320
80 - IMG2096320
Pooling area on the flat roof.
81 - IMG2096324
81 - IMG2096324
Back slope looks good.
82 - IMG2096334
82 - IMG2096334
Valley is in good shape.
83 - IMG2096341
83 - IMG2096341
Hips are sealed.
84 - IMG2096349
84 - IMG2096349
Membrane is beginning to lose its seal at the drip edge.
85 - IMG2096355
85 - IMG2096355
Only two vents on the roof.
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86 - IMG2096360
Chimney was flashed with flat membrane and it is sealed well.
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87 - IMG2096362
Shingles are in good shape.
88 - IMG2096363
88 - IMG2096363
Membrane has lost its seal.
89 - IMG2096365
89 - IMG2096365
Bad job sealing the plumbing stack.
90 - IMG2096387
90 - IMG2096387
Two layers on roof.
91 - IMG2096400
91 - IMG2096400
Back lower roof looks good.
92 - IMG2096406
92 - IMG2096406
Eaves look good.

The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because, although they had their roof redone by another company in 2015, they are currently getting some brick work done and the company won’t complete the work until they know the roof is solid.

The Solution

Upon inspection, the Roofing Specialist (RS) Team confirmed that at this point there are no recommendations to repair or replace any section of the shingles, however the flat roof is in poor condition. Water is pooling on the membrane and it has lost its seal at the edges.

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