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19 - IMG2577289
Missing soffit. Has broken.
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20 - IMG2577299
Soffit boards have been damaged.
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21 - IMG2577306
Soffit has been damaged.
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22 - IMG2577314
Part of the house is wood and part is aluminum.
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23 - IMG2577317
Eaves and fascia are in good shape.
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24 - IMG2577332
Shingles are in great shape.
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25 - IMG2577338
Good positioning of vents.
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26 - IMG2577345
Shingles are in good shape.
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27 - IMG2577353
Chimney flashing is sealed.
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28 - IMG2577357
Proper bathroom vent installed.
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29 - IMG2577360
Plumbing stack looks good.
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30 - IMG2577371
Skylight looks good.
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31 - IMG2577377
Flat roof looks good.
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32 - IMG2577391
Eaves look good.
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34 - IMG2577415
Soffit blocked off. No intake.
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35 - IMG2577448
Soffit, fascia and eaves on back lower in great shape.
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Repair: Installed new soffit and fascia.
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2
Installed new J-trim and fascia.
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Re-secured the other soffit back in place using screws.

The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because a piece of their soffit came loose.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team installed new soffit and fascia ¬†and re-secured the other soffit back in place using screws.

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