200 - IMG_EF41D7CC-8A5E-BE9B-08AE-22C344384E05
200 - IMG_EF41D7CC-8A5E-BE9B-08AE-22C344384E05
Soffit, fascia and eavestrough.
202 - IMG2543862
202 - IMG2543862
Deterioration.
203 - IMG2543867
203 - IMG2543867
Deterioration.
204 - IMG2543869
204 - IMG2543869
Deterioration throughout the front slope.
205 - IMG2543872
205 - IMG2543872
Missing shingle tab.
206 - IMG2543879
206 - IMG2543879
Balding.
207 - IMG2543885
207 - IMG2543885
Deterioration throughout the back dormer.
208 - IMG2543892
208 - IMG2543892
Deterioration throughout the back dormer.
209 - IMG2543901
209 - IMG2543901
Two small holes through the box vent.
210 - IMG2543903
210 - IMG2543903
Deterioration.
211 - IMG2543909
211 - IMG2543909
Low vents.
212 - IMG2543914
212 - IMG2543914
Front turret.
213 - IMG2543919
213 - IMG2543919
Deterioration and cracking of shingles.
214 - IMG2543928
214 - IMG2543928
Upper flat roof is in good shape.
215 - IMG2543932
215 - IMG2543932
Chimney flashing is in good shape.
216 - IMG2544119
216 - IMG2544119
Replaced damaged shingle.
217 - IMG2544131
217 - IMG2544131
Eaves are old and in bad shape.
218 - IMG2544209
218 - IMG2544209
Temporarily sealed holes through vent.
219 - IMG2544211
219 - IMG2544211
Temporarily installed tarp.
220 - IMG2544215
220 - IMG2544215
Sealed exposed nails.
221 - IMG2544216
221 - IMG2544216
Sealed flashing.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about a few shingles that have blown off, close to the dormer at the front of the house.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team replaced the missing shingle. They also temporarily sealed some holes through a vent and the flashing. However, the shingles are in very bad shape so they ended up installing a tarp to the worst area in order to try and avoid leaks until the roof can be redone.

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