Guest User
2/2/2007
I have a log cabin with a corrugated metal roof. The cabin and roof are 20 years old. During the winter the north side of the roof leaks when there is snow on the roof and the snow is melting. There are no leaks on the south side. When the outside air temp is cold enough for the snow not to melt there are no leaks. The roof does not leak even during the heaviest wind driven rain. I assume that the water is coming in around the roofing screws - but why only on the north side?
Allan Reid
Dura-Loc Roofing Systems, Inc.
2/5/2007
I would think that it may be related to ice daming and/or condensation. Check your insulation and ventilation.
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