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203 - IMG2122636
Holes through many of the shingles.
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204 - IMG2122648
Holes in the key lines.
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205 - IMG2122654
Degranulation.
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206 - IMG2122656
Cross venting.
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207 - IMG2122660
Skylight and shingles around it have been replaced more recently.
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208 - IMG2122663
Improper bathroom exhaust.
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209 - IMG2122669
Skylight is broken in corners.
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210 - IMG2122676
Nail pops.
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211 - IMG2122679
Skylight's dome is also broken in places.
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212 - IMG2122684
Broken dome.
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213 - IMG2122692
Added trough brackets.
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214 - IMG2122700
Added trough brackets where the eavestrough was pulling away.
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215 - IMG2122705
Added some trough brackets on the other side as well.
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216 - IMG2122767
Caulked some holes on the roof.
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217 - IMG2122773
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218 - IMG2122780
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219 - IMG2122799
Caulked hole.
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202 - IMG2122610
Carport trough is in good condition.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about a few issues pointed out to them when they were having their eavestroughs cleaned.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team determined that the shingles had worn on the roof in multiple locations and the eavestroughs had pulled away from the home. The RS Team installed trough brackets on both sides of the home for a strong, secure hold and applied roof cement to some of the holes in the shingles. Unfortunately, because of the condition of the shingles, this is only a temporary fix until┬áthe roof can be replaced.

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