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No underlayment on front porch.
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Flashing in good condition.
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Downpipe draining onto lower roof.
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45 - IMG_6C8148E9-D26C-CC7A-D16E-E82C53BE056F
Open V-shaped valley.
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46 - IMG_E61F67F7-EFA0-FA31-3048-271B9F25F634
Degranulation.
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Key line too close to vent flange.
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Cross vented.
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2 improper bathroom vents.
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Rear slope starting to degranulate.
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Exposed fasteners.
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Eaves flowing.
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Front valley shingles are deteriorating.
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Need downpipe extension.

The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because they noticed the shingles on their roof had started to curl.

The Solution

Upon inspection, Mr. Roof Repair’s Repair Specialist (RS) Team discovered that the shingles have deteriorated on the roof. They are curling, cracking and balding (granular loss). There are also exposed nails which can cause leaks if not addressed. There was also a downpipe draining onto a lower roof which causes the premature deterioration of the shingles in the surrounding area when not extended into the nearest eavestrough. The vents were installed incorrectly and are cross venting on the roof. All vents need to be on the same side to be adequate and ensure the proper balance of intake and exhaust.

It is recommended that a new roof be installed as soon as is possible.

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