Guest User
4/29/2006
We recently purchased an older home with a metal roof. I believe the roof is approximately 20 years old and we've had nothing but problems from it. Apparently it leaked before on the previous owners and they did nothing to repair it now we have found ourselves with extreme damage to the inside of our home. We cannot figure out where the roof is leaking exactly. Someone suggested that the grommets may need to be replaced and someone else suggested replacing the section of the roof that is leaking. I actually think that somehow the gutters are filling up too fast with water and it is seeping under the ledge of the roof. Do you have any suggestions on how to stop this troublesome leaking? Or do I need to have a new roof? There is not a very steep pitch at all to the roof and they used the large panels.
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
4/29/2006
Cindy, I am sorry but there's no way I can even hazard a guess as to what is going on without seeing the roof and knowing more about what sort of panel is installed and how it's installed. If you wish, you can email me pictures and as much info as you possibly have ... [email protected] ... I will try to help. You can also use this website and search for a metal roofing contractor in your area who can come take a look at things and give an analysis.
Guest User
5/20/2006
i no good at this email but i need a info about metal ti 5v or corrugated in about 14 16 ft lengths i am not happy with the thickness i find in home depot or l;owes
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
5/21/2006
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