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99 - IMG2695583
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100 - IMG2695594
Missing shingle and exposed wood.
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101 - IMG2695601
Deterioration and missing shingle.
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104 - IMG2696042
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107 - IMG2696085
Front slope is in good shape.
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108 - IMG2696089
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109 - IMG2696093
1 vent.
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110 - IMG2696111
Eaves are pulling away from fascia.
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111 - IMG2696116

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about a shingle blow-off that has subsequently triggered a leak in the home.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team found there is balding (granular loss), curling and cracking right through the shingles right to the roof deck. The back slope of the roof is in a lot worse condition than the front.

As a temporary measure, the RS Team installed a tarp over the exposed area. They also sealed the chimney flashing which had come loose.

A quote was provided to redo the back slope and to add more ventilation to the roof.

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