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176 - IMG2655778
Cast iron to come out.
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177 - IMG2655846
Old cast iron removed.
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178 - IMG2655854
Shingles are in good health on the main home.
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179 - IMG2655858
No issues with the valleys.
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180 - IMG2655925
New flange sealed and being installed.
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181 - IMG2655962
New pipe installed with flange.
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182 - IMG2656038
Collar connected and clamped.
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183 - IMG2656073
Red tape installed over neck.
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184 - IMG2656091
Collar installed and secured to the roof.
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185 - IMG2656100
No issues found.
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186 - IMG2656110
New pipe installed.
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187 - IMG2656134
Flange sealed.
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188 - IMG2656137
Flat roof is in good health.
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189 - IMG2656145
3-tab shingles in good health.
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190 - IMG2656173
New flapper vent installed.
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191 - IMG2656178
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192 - IMG2656183
Chimney flashing sealed.
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193 - IMG2656213
Shingles starting to crack by skylight. Recommend a re-cover.
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194 - IMG2656217
Skylight ok.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with a request to replace their old 4″ cast iron plumbing stack with a new 3″ with flange. The Client also requested a bathroom vent be installed in the same area.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team removed the leaking cast iron pipe and installed a new PVC pipe with flange and sealed it. Then they installed a new bathroom vent with insulated hose.

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