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IMG1625046
Visit #1: Dryer pipe leading to regular roof vent.
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IMG1625052
Damaged area.
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IMG1625062
Shingles are in bad shape.
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IMG1625072
Deterioration.
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Deterioration throughout the shingle key lines.
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IMG1625092
Chimney stack.
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IMG1625096
Deterioration.
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IMG1625098
Step flashing installed.
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IMG1625102
Exposed nails on the vent.
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IMG1625369
Installed tarp and new bathroom vent.
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IMG1625374
Temporary repair.
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IMG1625378
Temporary repair.
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IMG1625385
Sealed nails.
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IMG1625411
Vented soffit panels.
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260 - IMG2099821
Visit #2: Animal damage.
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261 - IMG2099826
Animal damage.
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Animal damage.
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Installed engineered plug over hole.
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264 - IMG2099834
Animal damage.
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265 - IMG2099840
First repair.
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266 - IMG2099980
Installed ice and water shield.
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267 - IMG2099984
Installed tarp.
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268 - IMG2099987
Installed tarp.
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269 - IMG2099990
Installed tarp.
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270 - IMG2099995
Wrapped ice and water shield over the fascia.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about a fist sized hole in their roof.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team determined the hole is the result of a dryer exhaust vent being routed to a regular roof vent which is incorrect practice and has caused condensation. The condensation then rotted the wood and caused the hole. The RS Team temporarily sealed off the area with a tarp.

The RS Team returned a few months later to install tarps over areas that had been damaged by animals. They also engineered and installed a wooden patch over the hole to close it off and stabilize the area.

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