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The trough was filled with water and debris.
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Missing shingles.
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More missing shingles.
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The eavestrough was cleaned out and the drain was unclogged.
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The missing shingles were replaced.
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Missing shingles replaced and sealed.
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The corner of the eavestrough was sealed.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof repair with a few requests. They needed some missing shingles replaced, and would also like their eavestrough cleaned out and sealed.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repairs Roofing Specialist (RS) Team confirmed that the eavestroughs were filled with debris, which was inhibiting the flow of water through the system. They cleaned out the trough and sealed the leaking corners.

They also determined that the shingles had blown loose due to improper nailing in an isolated area. The shingles were nailed too high, and this had allowed wind to get underneath the shingles and pull them loose from the roof. The missing shingles were replaced and sealed.

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