Repairing this metal roof

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    Missing screw leaving a open hole

    After seeing a hand full of very loose screws and raised ridge cap metal I noticed an area that had previously been caulked as I got closer I noticed that there was a screw missing where the caulk was leaving a wide open hole right at the top of the roof. The washer was still stuck in the caulk but no screw.This is a up close picture of a green metal roof that has a hole in it with caulk around it

     

    I filled the hole with sealant and put a heavier gauge screw in the hole.

    This is a up close picture of a green metal roof with a silver screw in it

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    Screws backing out

    Along the edge of the ridge cap, I found screws backing way out. There were also some random holes in the metal where someone had added a screw and missed wood so they took the screw out and left an open hole. This is a up close picture looking under a metal ridge vent on a green metal roofThis is a up close picture looking under a metal ridge vent at the top of a green metal roof.

    I pulled out the screw caulked all the holes and put the screw back in much tighter.This is a up close picture looking under a metal ridge vent at the top of a green metal roof.

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    More screws backing out

    This is widespread through the roof. After fixing the main cause of the leak we like for our customers to get their money worth so I re-screwed down any and all loose screws I could see and get to.  Here is some of thoseThis is a picture of a green metal roof with a green screw backing out if it.

    This is a picture of the ridge of a metal roof with red arrows on itThis a picture of a green metal roof with lots of screws in it

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