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20 - IMG2731220
Drip edge was used.
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21 - IMG2731227
Shingles all cracked at the back of the home.
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22 - IMG2731237
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23 - IMG2731244
Vents are way too low from the ridge. Needed ridge venting and soffit needs to be open.
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24 - IMG2731254
Small triangle is deteriorated.
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25 - IMG2731260
Roof at the front of the home is in better health.
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26 - IMG2731274
Plywood starting to dip and trusses showing.
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27 - IMG2731323
Troughs need to be cleaned.
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28 - IMG2731332
Front of the home.
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29 - IMG2731343
Chimney needs to be sealed.
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30 - IMG2731347
Intake found but may be clogged.
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Snow removal.
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Snow removal.
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Underlayment being installed.
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The Challenge

The Client contacted Mr. Roof Repair because they had just purchased the home and needed a roof assessment. They plan on adding another floor to the home so they are just looking for short term solutions at this time.

Upon inspection, the Roofing Specialist (RS) Team discovered that the shingles on the back and on the right are very deteriorated. The shingles are curling, cracking and balding (granular loss). They also found that the roof had aged prematurely due to the ventilation issues. The vents were installed too low from the ridge to effectively draw the hot air out of the attic space. The ventilation system was also suffering as a result of inadequate air intake.

The Solution

The RS Team provided a quote to install underlayment on the worst sections of the roof to try and get them through the winter. The quote was accepted and the work commenced.

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