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The Challenge

The customer contacted Mr. Roof Repair because they had some damage to their roof due to a tree clipping the house during an ice storm. Upon inspection, the Roofers determined that there was major damage to the roof and possible structural damage to the home. The eavestrough were also damaged from the tree falling down on the house.

The Solution

The homeowner received a quote to reconstruct the roof and support any structural damage. They removed all the damaged wood and shingles from the area and inspected the trusses for structural damage. They removed the damaged fascia boards and aluminum trims and soffit and rebuilt the fascia boards and soffit area. Then they installed new plywood to the area and applied ice and water shield before installing new three-tab shingles to the area. Finally, they installed new fascia trims and soffits, new wood trims, new eavestrough and downpipes.

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