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Vapour barrier present.
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Insulation on pipe has fallen off.
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Builder grade attic baffles.
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36 - IMG_CD63975C-AE6A-DAFF-595D-AA9DD75B7C07
Fairly even levels of insulation, approximately R30. Recommend R50.
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37 - IMG_47F91926-49EB-485B-EB25-F4E1F19345B4
Vent low from peak .
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38 - IMG_16F56759-364B-2733-2824-4AC358286DB9
No intake venting at front above windows as it is blocked by insulation.
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Pipe is insulated.
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Front upper slope shingles worn, balding and cracked.
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Rear slope still ok.
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Improper vent used for bathroom exhaust.
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Membrane not sealed at wall allowing water under previous repair.
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Downpipe drains onto roof.
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Shingles in very bad shape on front slopes.
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Plumbers flashing sealed well.
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Low vents.
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Vented soffit panel.

The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because they are experiencing two leaks that occur during heavy rainfall.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team performed a full attic and roof assessment. Upon inspection, the RS Team discovered that the leaking was occurring along the side wall of the upper roof. It had been previously repaired by another company and the repair was not done well. The membrane was not sealed at the wall which is allowing water under the previous repair. They also found that the shingles on the front of the house are in need of replacement. They are worn, balding and cracked.

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