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40 - IMG2077206
Eavestrough looks good and there is no soffit.
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41 - IMG2077231
Previous repair.
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42 - IMG2077232
Box vents.
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43 - IMG2077237
Shingles are balding and extremely deteriorated around the bathroom vent.
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44 - IMG2077238
Previous patch job was made.
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45 - IMG2077239
Shingles are in good shape on the front and sides of the house.
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46 - IMG2077241
Missing a shingle.
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47 - IMG2077242
Nails are sealed on vents.
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48 - IMG2077246
Sealed well.
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49 - IMG2077249
Chimney flashing is sealed well and in good shape.
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50 - IMG2077252
Deterioration and balding between the key lines.
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51 - IMG2077256
Hip seams are sealed.
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52 - IMG2077259
Deterioration throughout the back slope.
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53 - IMG2077265
Plumbing stack is sealed.
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54 - IMG2077266
Where plastic roof meets the fascia, it is not sealed.
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55 - IMG2077269
Deterioration and balding through to the roof deck.
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56 - IMG2077272
No drip edge and 3 feet of paper underlayment.

The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because they experienced a leak in the past in their back addition. It was repaired by another company but the Client is now seeing moisture on the ceiling in the same area.

The Solution

The Roofing Specialist (RS) Team found deterioration of the shingles throughout the back slope. The shingles are balding and cracking through to the roof deck and this is where water is getting into the home. The other sides are in better shape but there are also damaged shingles by the chimney and the area is not sealed where the plastic overhang hits the fascia. A quote was provided for the necessary repairs.

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