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    Default Roof Leak Rerouting

    This is the underside of the roof where a room addition was extended. Evidently the joint between the two roof surfaces leaked. This is a PVC pipe stub, complete with a fitting or two, glued into a small plastic storage tote, which is then screwed into the ceiling. It looks like the owners kept a bucket beneath there to catch the leaks. (The bucket was missing when I inspected it.) It would have taken less time to climb up there and just install a flashing to keep the water from getting in in the first place.

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    Default Re: Roof Leak Rerouting

    Did you write up the missing bucket?


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    Default Re: Roof Leak Rerouting

    "Did you write up the missing bucket?"

    That was good Stanley
    LOL

    ' correct a wise man and you gain a friend... correct a fool and he'll bloody your nose'.

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    Default Re: Roof Leak Rerouting

    Quote Originally Posted by Linda Swearingen View Post
    .......room addition.....



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    Default Re: Roof Leak Rerouting

    There has to be some duct tape around there somewhere...Didn't see any secondary discharge line either.

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