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A Tricky Skylight Leak Question

September 21, 2013 by - 1 Comments

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A skylight leak that is damaging the ceiling.

Did this skylight leak start with the skylight or was it caused by something else? Only a genius roofing contractor will know for sure what is the source of the water damage. What do you think?



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Roofer911 says:
September 23, 2013 at 1:07 PM


When looking at the picture closely, I can see a water stain at the top left corner on the wood framing just below the skylight window means the gasket where the glass and metal frame meet is deteriorated and needs to be sealed or replaced. Also, very likely the skylight flashing is either damaged or improperly installed and needs to be repaired or replaced. Also, seeing the water stain extending away from the skylight tells me there's a very good chance the leak is also originating from another outside source, possibly from a penetration, valley or even a ridge vent above.


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