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Question DetailsAsked on 1/29/2013

My Anderson Skylight is leaking inside the house. The roof has been totally replaced and all new flashing around the skylight installed.

We think perhaps it needs reglazing. If it leaks from the top right the drips land on the nightstand and bed. If it drips from the bottom right it runs down the wall. It doesn't leak in the pouring rain most of the time. However, when snow melts on the glass, it may take hours before it gets inside. It's strange because during a hurricane it did not leak at all and then during a steady gentle rain it leaked all over.

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Hi, mlblueval.

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Answered 6 years ago by HughV




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