Below you will find a series of reports from the roofing repair crew from the period of January to June for a large commercial client in Edmonton, Alberta. From snow removal to PVC maintenance, the often large time-spans between work is evidenced by weather conditions and their effects on structural integrity.January 22 2011:
The entire day was spent shoveling snow in preparation of a leak assessment.
Service call, February 8 2011:
Your contact is the facility manager and expects a service call prior to servicing the leaks. Before any future work is performed, a quote must be done unless it is with respect to repairs from shoveling.
Note that one of our workers said there is a section that needs repair from a leak that was not caused by our shoveling.
There had been sub-zero conditions in Edmonton that month. We provided the client with an update when the weather was beginning to become favourable.February 27 2011:
As you know, we had temporarily sealed the various points where leakage was occurring as well as spots where we noticed tears.
We have also received the Sarnafil that we had special ordered for your site.
The next step is to wait the sub-zero weather out and get the Sarnafil patches welded on to permanently seal the deficiencies. In these temperatures that we are currently experience, the cold may prevent proper adhesion. We would rather wait it out than have to come back for another visit.
If you need any further clarification, please give us a shout. We will give you a call before arrival, at any rate.
Field Report, March 18 2011:
We repaired the leaks right before the afternoon broke out. Any patches that required maintenance were also attended to.
More problems, April 19 2011:
I just got off the phone with the facility manager and he said that leaking has begun again. He believes it is in a different spot, since the leaks are exiting from the carpentry shop about 30 ft. to 40 ft. from the roof hatch.
In the meantime, a PVC repair was also added to the invoice. The weather did not let up until June.PVC Repair, June 1 2011:
We called the facility manager and arrived to the facility at 10:45 am. The PVC membrane top-side is damaged in three areas and requires approximately 16 ft. cover strips to repair it.
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