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65 - IMG2522081
Frame is open and major condensation occurring.
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66 - IMG2522086
Animal damage found on roof causing more leaks.
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67 - IMG2522090
Flange is cracked.
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68 - IMG2522114
Shingles removed.
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69 - IMG2522115
New flange sealed.
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70 - IMG2522120
New flange installed.
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72 - IMG2522146
New flange installed.
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71 - IMG2522125
Flange open - needs to be replaced.
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73 - IMG2522150
Skylight frame temporarily sealed.
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74 - IMG2522163
Second collar sealed.
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75 - IMG2522166
Larger skylight.
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77 - IMG2522173
Shingles in good health.
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78 - IMG2522179
Eavestrough are ok.
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79 - IMG2522190
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80 - IMG2522196
Chimney flashings sealed.
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81 - IMG2522200
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76 - IMG2522172
Rest of the roof is in good health.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about a leak from the skylight on the left side of their home.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team confirmed that both skylights are in bad shape. The RS Team temporarily sealed the one frame until they can both be replaced. They also found animal damage on the roof causing more leaks so they addressed that as well.

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