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Wind Damaged Shingles

This example shows how missing shingles contribute to a leak. The "micro leaks" take time to accumulate before it becomes evident inside the home. The loose area along the rake was a larger contributor to noticing the leak as a storm with strong winds drove rain into the roof while lifting those shingles. The predominant winds come from that direction for this particular home.

michael turoPublished on Sep 8, 2013SUBSCRIBE 10

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