Liquid Rubber Roof Repair, September 2015, Sherwood Park

This client's flat, metal roof required some patch work with liquid rubber. GRS sent out one of its technicians to carry out the quick repairs over the course of a few hours one day.   Roof Report: September 29, 2015 The three technicians began their day at 7:30, travelling to the garage to retrieve a trailer and some materials. Once loaded, they went out to the client's location and arrived around 10:15am. The technicians inspected the leak and subsequent water damage on the roof and loaded the work area with brushes and liquid rubber that would be suitable to this type of repair. They applied meshing to the expansion joint (approximately 25' long) and began applying liquid rubber to the new seam. Unfortunately, some rain rolling in hindered progress, but the crew took an early lunch and waited for the sun to break back out and help dry up the work area. All said and done, the crew was able to finish up the liquid rubber application by 2:00pm and depart the client's site without any problems arising to necessitate their return.  
Parts of this metal roof had experienced rusting and old patchwork that required replacement.
Coatings that had originally been applied over the seams also had to be scraped off and replaced.
New liquid rubber coatings were applied around all rooftop appliances after removing the old ones.
Old acrylic coatings around this gas appliance was beginning to crack at the base.
New coatings around the base of a gas appliance.
More exposed seams on the perimeter.
New coatings were applied around the wall connections and all penetrations, extending down to the drip flashing.
The old coatings around this skylight had cracked and exposed penetrations in the fixture through which water had been leaking.
We applied new coatings over the cracked ones and sealed in the cracks that had formed in the fixture.
Significant rusting and cracked coatings around a vent unit. The rust had "grown" into the unit itself.
New coatings around the vent unit. The "blistering" is the rust that still remains.
Liquid rubber coatings over the main seam running the length of the metal roof.
Some of the screws were exposed, which we later sealed in. This particular coating was addressing an exposed pocket between the drip flashing and the roof.
We also applied new coatings at the base of this chimney to seal in and waterproof its penetrations.
Closeup of the new coatings at the base of the chimney, applied at the base of the step flashing and around the drip flashing.
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