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    Default The Best Worst Valley Ever

    How is this for a professional installation?

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    Default Re: The Best Worst Valley Ever

    git er done roofing?


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    Default Re: The Best Worst Valley Ever

    Other than leaking, and blowing off in the wind, I don't see a problem.

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

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    Default Re: The Best Worst Valley Ever

    Nice roof job, pristine yard - the rest of the home must be a real gem.

    Eric Barker, ACI
    Lake Barrington, IL

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    Default Re: The Best Worst Valley Ever

    Clearly a work in progress...Just not fair to make assumptions...Save the criticism until the job's done


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    Default Re: The Best Worst Valley Ever

    That looks like the work of a Diy'r homeowner,,or else One eye'd Carl is back in business.


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    Default Re: The Best Worst Valley Ever

    You've got my vote. Pretty bad.

    Jim Robinson
    New Mexico, USA

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    Default Re: The Best Worst Valley Ever

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Martin View Post
    How is this for a professional installation?
    A professional WHAT?


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    Default Re: The Best Worst Valley Ever

    I am a homeowner and personal home builder (for my own retirement) and I just had to toss in one about our current home. A "professional carpenter" built our current house, and the first spring we experienced in this house in upstate NY was an adventure. When looking at the house prior to the sale, we noticed water stains on a living room beam holding up an extension to that room. The beam started in a large wall size stone fire place. Very pretty, but troubling. Anyway, rains started, and that beam immediately started a steady drip drip drip.

    My father and I went up on the roof to find the leak, and what we discovered was that the flashing for the chimney was put in backwards. Top piece first to bottom pieces. It basically formed a built in funnel. Anyway, the flashing was embedded in this stone chimney, and I was not about the tear down the entire chimney, so I simply overlayed it with new flashing and used lots of mastic. I found other goodies like this one from this "Union Carpenter" who built his own house.


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