92 - IMG2717967
92 - IMG2717967
Areas around the plumbing stack are not sealed.
94 - IMG2717980
94 - IMG2717980
Plumbing stack is old and in bad shape.
102 - IMG2718125
102 - IMG2718125
Hole through collar.
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90 - IMG_7A43E84D-A742-788F-B9B1-F17A2ED23FE3
Soffit, fascia and eaves are in good condition.
91 - IMG2717959
91 - IMG2717959
Shingles are in good shape.
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93 - IMG2717975
Low vents being used as intake.
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95 - IMG2717989
Mixed venting. Box vents and ridge cap.
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96 - IMG2717998
Chimney flashing looks good.
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97 - IMG2718006
Mixed venting.
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98 - IMG2718008
Cross venting and mixed venting.
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99 - IMG2718012
Nails are sealed on vents.
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100 - IMG2718017
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101 - IMG2718021
Skylight installed properly.
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103 - IMG2718208
Applied a new seal around plumbing stack.
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104 - IMG2718211
Applied a new seal around stack.
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105 - IMG2718226
Vent missing fasteners.
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106 - IMG2718239
Installed new fasteners.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about a leak in their bathroom.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team determined that the lead pipe around the plumbing stack is old. The sealant around the neck is cracked and has multiple exposed holes where water is entering.

The RS Team temporarily sealed around the plumbing stack collar but it is recommended that the plumbing stack be replaced. They also found a vent that had some missing fasteners so they installed some new ones in it.

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