Metal roofs are notorious for randomly springing leaks. This is mainly due to the screws used to hold the roof down. After the roofs become 4, 5, or 6 years old (which isn’t old by any means) the screws will start to unscrew themselves. This is caused by the mid day heat expanding the wood and the cold evenings contracting on the wood. This constant expansion and contraction squeezes the screws causing them to very slowly back out of the wood.
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- Holes in the metal on transition strip
- Lots of loose screws
- This is going to be a serious issue!
- Bottom corners of gables are in bad shape
- More screws backing out
- 1Holes in the metal on transition stripGo To Pin
- 2Lots of loose screwsGo To Pin
- 3This is going to be a serious issue!Go To Pin
- 4Bottom corners of gables are in bad shapeGo To Pin
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