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IMG1994169
Membrane is open and allowing water to leak in.
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IMG1994178
Rubber membrane is cracked.
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IMG1994184
Shingles missing.
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IMG1994189
Chimney bricks are cracked and need attention.
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IMG1994195
No cracks in the plumbing flange.
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IMG1994205
Eavestrough are in good shape.
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IMG1994219
Shingles are over-exposed and misaligned.
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IMG1994227
Shingles installed poorly.
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IMG1994232
Shingles on roof boards.
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IMG1994242
Nails driven through the flat roof.
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IMG1994260
Lower flat is in good shape. There are no blisters on the lower first floor flat.
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IMG1994287
Shingles replaced.
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IMG1994296
Shingle health is in good shape.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about shingles that had blown off their roof.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team determined that the shingles are over-exposed and were nailed too high during their initial installation so they are prone to wind damage. The RS Team replaced and sealed the missing shingles on the right side of the home.

During their assessment, they also found that the flat roof membrane is in poor condition as well. It has cracked and has opened allowing water to leak in.

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