Edmonton PVC Narrow Roof Repair, September 2015, Edmonton

This client had GRS come out to carry out some repairs on the narrow flat edge around their home. The technicians affixed the PVC metal to the surface, welded it into place, and sealed everything before leaving the site complete. Roof Report: September 25, 2015 The team went out to the client's site for 8:00am and carried out the hazard assessment before making their way up to the roof. They started down by fastening PVC metal, and one of the crew members worked behind the other to clean it off with splice wash. The third crew member, working ahead of the two others, was cutting the PVC membrane into 6" strips. By 11:00am, they had finished with the metal work and started welding down the strips. Half an hour later the team left for lunch and got some caulking from a local store. Upon their return, one of the crew continued with welding, while the other two caulked around the site and shored up the watertight seals. By 3:30pm, they got the deck rails welded into place and completed the job. All in, 128' of PVC metal was fastened down, and 135' of 6" x 5' strips were welded into place. The job site is now complete, and the technicians departed without any issues.
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Our scope involved installing PVC metal to narrow flat roofing which ran the perimeter of the house.
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The metal was fastened by one crew member, followed by a splice wash application by another. Leading this process, a third technician cut and laid down 6" strips of PVC, which was welded on.
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The original roofing assembly had missing screws throughout the flashing, and blisters in the membrane.
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Many of the seams were also left exposed.
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After dealing with the new PVC installation, we began securing new pieces of flashing around the perimeter of the roof. Initially, there had been raised sections which were curling away from the assembly.
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Our inspection also uncovered some exposed screws and penetrations requiring new coatings around the base.
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