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Question DetailsAsked on 11/28/2016

Best roofers near 92082

Small leak near the eave of single story, tile roof. Location is in Valley Center, CA

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Roofing is your Search the List category to find a well-rated and reviewed vendor for this. And bear in mind, with tile roofs, while the leak in the roof MIGHT be where the water is coming through near the eaves, it is common for a problem well up the roof - even to the peak, to be the actual source of the water, so tracing it down can be a real issue - and sometimes means "watering" the roof for a period of time to wet the flowpath so it can be traced as tiles are lifted off to move up the flowpath from the leak-through point.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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