IMG1491889
IMG1491889
The flat roof seams are sealed well.
IMG1491890
IMG1491890
Shingles are in good condition.
IMG1491891
IMG1491891
Plumbing stack is in good shape but has no fasteners.
IMG1491894
IMG1491894
Box vent is in good shape. The fasteners are sealed.
IMG1491896
IMG1491896
IMG1491899
IMG1491899
Hips are sealed.
IMG1491900
IMG1491900
Chimney flashing is in good shape and sealed well.
IMG1491902
IMG1491902
Lower roof is in good shape.
IMG1491960
IMG1491960
Vent is stuck open.
IMG1491963
IMG1491963
Wall vent is stuck open.
IMG1491996
IMG1491996
Temporarily sealed the exposed area on the vent.
IMG1492006
IMG1492006
Soffit, fascia and eaves look good although the soffits are not vented.
IMG2113488
IMG2113488
Installed bathroom wall vent.

The Challenge

The Client approached Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about staining on their bathroom ceiling.

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team determined the leak is coming in through the bathroom vent at the wall as it is stuck open and has jammed over time.

The Solution

The RS Team closed and sealed the wall vent with waterproof roof cement as a temporary fix and quoted a more permanent solution which was accepted. They installed a new bathroom wall vent and performed a roof tune-up.

Related Projects

See All Projects