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Previous wind damage repair made.
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Improper bathroom vent was used.
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Two improper bathroom vents at the back portion.
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Vapour box around the bathroom fan and insulated hose are installed.
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Ventilation is good.
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Located second bathroom vent 4" insulated hose as well.
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Spray foamed only the seal where duct tape was holding the hose in place.
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Improper vent.
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The Challenge

The customer called in to book an assessment of their roof to better understand its current state and if it needed to be replaced or if repairs needed to be made.

The Solution

The Repair Specialist Team found that there were issues with the ventilation system so they provided the customer with a quote to replace the bathroom exhaust vents with proper flashing vents. The reason why the current vents were not working properly is because half of the air being blown out was actually coming back inside the attic space which causes moisture and condensation.

The Roofers removed the existing vents and replaced them with flapper vents. The hoses inside the attic space were fully insulated and the vents themselves were completely waterproofed with roof cement.

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