171 - IMG2411387
171 - IMG2411387
Shingles degranulated and there are three mixed layers of them.
172 - IMG2411391
172 - IMG2411391
Flashing pulled away.
173 - IMG2411406
173 - IMG2411406
Improper use of vent.
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174 - IMG2411419
175 - IMG2411441
175 - IMG2411441
Skylight not flashed properly.
176 - IMG2411463
176 - IMG2411463
Worn through at the back of the vent.
177 - IMG2411470
177 - IMG2411470
Shingles worn.
178 - IMG2411481
178 - IMG2411481
Eaves are full and a leaf guard is recommended.
179 - IMG2411492
179 - IMG2411492
Plumbing stack not layered in.
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180 - IMG2411499
Closed vents off.
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181 - IMG2411611
Layered in vent properly.

The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair with concerns about a leak at the front right side of their home.

The Solution

Mr. Roof Repair’s Roofing Specialist (RS) Team determined the leak is the result of an improperly installed vent and worn out shingles. The RS Team removed the vent and installed it back into the shingles properly as a temporary fix, but it was ultimately determined that a more permanent solution on a much larger scale is required. A quote was provided for a complete reroof.

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