Water Drip and Drainage Support The client reached out to us regarding a four-storey apartment building. They were having trouble with water backtracking behind the gutter and leaking on the ground to cause ice build-up. The first proposed fix was to install a drip edge under the shingle edge and down into the gutter. Furthermore, the joints of the gutters were leaking as well, and the liquid rubber process was explained to the client, who liked the idea of sealing the joints in with seam tape and the rubber solution. There was another section of shingles over the entryway (10 ft x 6 ft) that needed to be replaced. While everything else was being handled, it was requested that an extension be placed into one of the drain spouts. Material:
- 280 feet of 4x3 inch drip edge (custom bent).
- Roofing nails.
- 1 down-pipe extension.
- 1 to 2 pails of brush grade liquid rubber.
- 3 – 4 rolls of 4 inch seam tape.
- 2 bundle of shingles over entrance.
CODE: 12931Until next time, The Roofers at GRS