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overhead view of roof

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    missing coping metal
    • Missing coping metal/drip edge letting water pour into the interior of the building.This is a picture of exposed wood where coping metal is missing.
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    Epdm membrane completely failing

    This membrane has been installed incorrectly. As you can see, the membrane was not screwed down correctly with the termination bar.

    This is black EPDM coming away from the wall.

    Black EPDM that is no longer attached to the wall.

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    missing ridge cap shingles

    This is a vew of the ridge of the roof with missing ridge cap shingles.

    An up close view of the missing ridge cap shingles on the ridge of the roof.

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    EPDM Membrane completely failed

    As you can see, the membrane has pulled back from the wall letting large amounts of water under the entire roof.

    Black EPDM that is no longer attached to the wall and debris is on the roof.

    Up close view of the exposed roof deck where the black EPDM has been pulled back.

    Not only does the membrane pull back quickly, but under that is a broken-up layer of PVC membrane and half-inch StyrofoamA view of exposed roof deck where the EPDM is failing. .

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    water trapped between membrane and roof

     Water trapped under the black EPDM.  This is a water ripple caused by stepping down in the water logged area. *

    Massive amounts of water build-up under the membrane. There are water areas up to 5 inches deep underneath the EPDM membrane. It is trapped between the membrane and the old roof. This can cause long-term mold problems, and rust of the metal roof and metal rafter supports, causing possible catastrophic roof failure. Among other issues as well.

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    Lots of water trapped under membrane
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