Stain on Ceiling Decatur GA
The customer called and stated the following on our initial phone call:
"I have a stain on my ceiling and I think I have a roof leak"
Actual Repairs Done:
-Remove old plumbing boot
-Tear out shingles around plumbing pipe penetration
-Tear out underlayment down to the deck
-replace damaged plywood in the exposed area
-Install Ice and Water Shield Self-adhering leak barrier (keeps water out at vulnerable areas
with split-back release & self-seal around nails)
-Install New Shingles (will match as closely as possible, keep in mind that new shingles installed next to older shingles may show some difference in appearance due to age)
-Install new plumbing boot
-Seal union of plumbing boot and plumbing pipe with NP-1 Polyurethane Sealant
What other option was the homeowner considering, and what did they decide to do?
The customer's other option was to replace the roof
What could happen if they do nothing?
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If the customer continued to ignore the issue their ceiling would have caved in from the extreme amount of water that had penetrated the drywall. Now that the roof is fixed, the customer can repair their interior.
What was the cheapest option available, and the most expensive option available?
Most- $9,000- $10,500