Low Slope Roof Has Everything Sealed

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    All Unions Sealed

    All of the nails were sealed under the shingles along with every union. The unions could have been a source for leaks considering that this is a very low slope roof. No water will be entering into the shingles from these unions any more.

    This is a picture of the unions of shingles that have been sealed with clear caulk

     

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    Roof Line Sealed

    The roof line was completely sealed up from top to bottom. There was old caulking at some spots that was deteriorating and could have been a cause for leaks.

    This is a picture of a roof line that was completely sealed with clear caulk

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    All Vents Sealed

    All vents were sealed, including the exhaust stacks. They were sealed with clear caulk all around the edges and at the nail holes. Nail holes are a perfect source for leaks.

    This is a picture of a black exhaust vent that has been sealed with clear caulk This is a picture of a silver exhaust stack that has been sealed with clear caulk

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    Window Sealed

    The front window had large gaps in between the window and the brick. It was sealed with clear caulk. Gaps in the window can cause significant energy usage and should be sealed.

    This is a picture of a window at a brick wall that has been sealed with clear caulk

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