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How we are going to fix leaks on this metal roof

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    Several areas water could come in

    here are the areas we caulked that water could be penetrating the roof. The first place that was noticeable was the large crack running along the window sill and wall. This is a crack in a concrete wall running up the front wall of a church.

      This is a crack in a concrete wall running up the front wall of a church.    This is a crack in a concrete wall running up the front wall of a church.

    here is a few pictures of the caulk we added.

    This is a view of metal with white caulk on a roof. This is a view of cracked concrete with white caulk. This is a view of a wall that meets the roof.

     

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    Leak at the steeple of the church

    Once on the upper roof it was obvious that where the cross met the roof was definitely leaking. This is a close up view of a round pipe boot on a square metal. This is a close up view of the pipe boot at a steeple on a church. This is a view of a pipe boot at a steeple on a church roof. This is a view of a pipe boot that has damaged on a church roof.

    To fix this we will remove the old pipe boot and clean the area very well. Then we will add a layer of ALDO roof coating, then a layer of a Kevlar style fabric and then 2 more layers of ALDO. This will create a solid rubber coating around this area that is almost impervious to uv rays. The red circle represents the area we will coating in ALDO. This is a pipe boot on a metal roof on church roof.

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    Rusting metal panels that are compromised

    Along this side of the roof the metal panels came up to be not wide enough towards the top of the roof which means they started the metal panels crooked or the top of the roof is a bit wider than the bottom. So they had to add a piece of metal to make up that distance. There are cracks and gaps between the metal panels that need to be coated as well. I outlined this area in red. This is a view of a rusted metal panel on roof. This is a view of a rusted metal panel on church roof. This is a view of rusted metal roof panel that is compromised.
    This is a rusted metal roof panel on a church roof.

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    Rusting metal panels have gaps and cracks

    This side is very similar to the other side of the roof and we are proposing to do the same thing and use ALDO to coat this section outlined in red as well to keep and water from penetrating the roof. This is a view of metal roof panel that has a gap and pulling from the other panels. This is a rusted metal roof panel that is pulling away from the other panels.
    This is a rusted metal panel that has gaps and cracks in it.

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Address: 460 Weaverville Rd #6 Asheville, NC 28804

Phone: (828) 505-6051