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Double layer shingle roof with leaks

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    Two layers of shingles, rotten decking, rotten soffit and gutter issues

     Here you can see there are two layers of shingles. They installed the new roof on top of the old roof which is likely to cause problems Here, you can see that the previous roof was left on the structure, and the newer roof was installed over the top. This type of installation is not recommended and frequently does cause problems. 

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    Rotten soffit caused by roof leak and bad gutter installation

    The soffit is rotting and there are visible holes caused by rot from roof leaks and gutter leaks

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    Broken facia boards and sagging gutters

    Broken facia boards and sagging gutters cause water to run down onto the soffits and create damage Broken facia boards in the gutter is pulling away from the structure causing the gutters to sag and water to run down onto the soffitsIn these photos, you can see the portions of the facia board are broken, and the gutter is in poor condition and pulling away from the structure.  This could be responsible for most of the damaged soffit.

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    Water damming Potentially causing roof leaks and facia rot

    Pump in shingle roof causes water leaks and water damningTake a look at how the shingles slope up over this hump. This causes water to dam and potentially weep between shingles through nail holes

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    Delaminated shingles

    The shingles are beginning to do laminate
    In this photo, you can see the organic material gathering underneath the shingle. These shingles are no longer adhered to and are susceptible to wind damage.

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    Loose ridge vent

    The metal ridge  vent needs new fasteners
    In this photo, you can see that the ridge vent is old metal style. The fasteners have begun to come loose and are likely to cause small leaks. These should be repaired or replaced.

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