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    Default Metal roof, vent flashing

    1st photo: Is this the proper way o installed the vent under the panel? Seems like water will go under the panels to me

    2nd photo: the roofer used caulk in between the panel joints, seems like there shouldn't be a need for caulk? What do you all think?

    3rd photo:The boot of the plumbing vent is cockeyed , a problem?

    Thanks for your help

    Bria

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    Default Re: Metal roof, vent flashing

    Anyone? Help! Please!


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    Default Re: Metal roof, vent flashing

    Plumbing stack is correct, however the roof vent is not properly installed and prone to leakage, if not already.


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    Default Re: Metal roof, vent flashing

    Quote Originally Posted by brianmiller View Post
    Anyone? Help! Please!
    What Raymond said


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    Default Re: Metal roof, vent flashing

    Quote Originally Posted by Gilbert View Post
    What Raymond said
    Plus #2 That seam needs caulk. A seam with a generous overlap might not need caulk.

    John Kogel, RHI, BC HI Lic #47455
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