This older shingle needs to be replaced in Knoxville, Tennessee. This Dimensional Shingle has a few missing shingles and is not in great shape. The backside of the roof is in a little worse shape than the front. This is an exciting study because the backside of the roof is eastern facing and is in substantially worse condition than the front of the roof, which is Western facing. This is not normal. Typically, the western Side of the roof is out much quicker than the eastern Side because of expected weather conditions. As mentioned, the east-facing slope does not feel on this roof; the customer alerted us that this could be a cost for the shingles wearing out faster.
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- This is the back side of this home or the east facing side.
- There’s a picture of the front of the roof that is west facing
- There is soft metal damage to these pipe caps in this roof
- 1This is the back side of this home or the east facing side.
This is a little unusual that the east-facing side of this roof is worn out so much more than the rest. But it is the case here. You can see from the photos that the shingles have substantial granule loss and are in terrible shape. Also, you’ll notice a lot of areas where the fiberglass mat of the shingle is showing.Go To Pin
- 2There’s a picture of the front of the roof that is west facingGo To Pin
- 3There is soft metal damage to these pipe caps in this roof
This is called collateral damage on a roof, and when there are Helmart’s on South Metal to represent that a hail storm has hit this roof. These things are one of the main things that property gestures look at when a roof is not hailing and impact the shingles.Go To Pin