This client contracted GRS to strip off their existing shingle roofing system, apply an ice and water membrane, then re-shingle the system on their home. GRS carried out the work and later returned to address a leak in another part of the roof. Continue reading Residential Shingle Roofing Replacement, Edmonton, April 2014
This condominium in Edmonton required temporary roof repairs to mitigate water and wind damage. Several areas of the rooftop had missing shingles and a full inspection of the building was requested by the client. Temporary repairs are needed to prevent further water damage inside the units. Inspection, August 12, 2013: This location has severe wind damage as out lined in an earlier correspondence with the client.
- Specific to temporary repairs ordered, the area is approximately 10sq. of wind damage on 4 unit building (#64-#67).
- Above unit 65 was hit worst.
- Temporary repairs affected to 65 and others on block unit.
- No visual hail damage on vents or any metal.
- This is a 3 story back side and 2 story front side.
- The pitch is approx 6/12 with some being 5/12.
- The IKO brand shingle and product number A40490 color is weather wood.
Further observation of complex:
- Shingles missing and fascia and siding damaged to units 1 – 8, 24, 50, 80, 83 and 134.
- While working on unit #65 I could see that there was wind damage to unit #83, unit #50, as well as unit #10 (photos taken). I added 4 shingles while up there to stop the water from entering.
- Unit #50 & #10 I was unable to tend to them due to extreme weather conditions - they have similar areas as unit #65.
- Unit #128 was missing a piece of facia.
- Unit #138 was missing a a couple pieces of imitation cedar shake siding but there was no roof damage to this unit.
- There is a serious mishap with the nail lines for this complex, every area that has blown off has the nails too high – installation of shingles will not meet manufacturer recommendation.