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Old 02-18-2011, 02:43 PM  
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He should be there tomorrow to see where it's wet. He may not be able to get on the roof, but to show good will he should make your concerns a priority. Part of installing a roof is installing confidence after the installation.
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I wasn't able to get him to come, and it might not be that necessary because I have just checked. The dripping seems to have stopped and all insulation was dry at this moment.

It seems that although the deck is still a bit wet on the inside, the water dripping was not that severe.

However, I would definitely have him fix it so all moisture is kept out.


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Are the rafters that you show in the pics in the middle of the roof or against a wall?

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Is this still haunting you? I talked with you on the other forum,the last thing that was said is he was supposed to come by.

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