99 - IMG2701144
99 - IMG2701144
Membrane is ripped where flat meets shingles.
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100 - IMG2701154
Tear in membrane.
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101 - IMG2701165
Membrane around plumbing stack not sealed.
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102 - IMG2701173
Shingles at the front are in good shape.
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103 - IMG2701182
Shingles at the back are in good shape.
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104 - IMG2701192
Seams are sealed well on flat roof.
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105 - IMG2701195
Target patch looks good.
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106 - IMG2701201
Flat roof is in good shape.
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107 - IMG2701207
Parapet flashing is in good shape.
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108 - IMG2701253
Applied roof cement where membrane has ripped.
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109 - IMG2701257
Applied a new seal around the plumbing stack.
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110 - IMG2701261
Sealed exposed nails and hip seam.
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112 - IMG2701400
Soffit, fascia, eaves and downpipe are in good shape.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about a persistent leak located at the front of the home.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team found that there is a small rip where the flat roof meets the shingles in the flat membrane. Also, the plumbing stack was not sealed properly.

The RS Team applied roof cement over the ripped area on the membrane and applied a new seal on the plumbing stack.

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