- Sand the deck patch down.
- Cut the plywood on the walls to a height of 6", as the old membrane will not come off the walls and there is a gap from where the deck was lowered.
- Replace the removed plywood with 1/2" plywood boards.
- DecTec to then be installed.
- Must then install peel-and-stick membrane to the door frames, power outlets, and lights in the area.
- The vapour barrier must also be installed where needed.
- The handrail, which is currently in a rotten/poorly state, will need to be removed and replaced with a new piece of lumber (2" x 8" x 12')
- Install more peel-and-stick membrane to the top of parapet walls and the new hand rail.
- In Spring 2014, Hardie Board and metal trims can be installed. It may be able to be done sooner, as the product doesn't need to be painted.
The report below follows repairs made to this client's residential roof deck. They sought a DecTec installation, replacing the existing system with one to be more reliable. Unfortunately, the in-progress roof reports' photos are no longer available; the placeholder image above is another project of GRS' that illustrates a similar roofing system. Inquiry Received: September 9, 2013 When we first heard from the client, they told us that their deck is built right into the roof (as a cutout), and the flat floor seems to have leaked. It appears that their previous repair job was not done properly, and they had worries that there would be more existing issues that had not yet been discovered. Quotation Delivered: September 11, 2013 After hearing about the situation, GRS project management delivered a quotation was for roof deck repair and/or replacement options. We booked them in for service, set to repair the problematic areas. Roof Report: December 7, 2013 Given the temperatures and snow buildup, the technician began their time on site by bringing up the heater to warm up the deck. By raising the temperature of the decking surface, it would be better prepared to accept the patching material. While the deck surface was warming up, the technician planed and sanded the deck joints to give a flush connection. At that point, the servicing technician installed the deck patch to alleviate problems with the reported leaking. They went over the next steps with the client, letting them know that the existing slope of the deck is moving water into the drain nicely. The rest of the job should be completed the following Monday with the DecTec installation. The GRS technician waited for the deck patch to set and dry in place. They put together a plan for the scope of work yet to be completed; details below.