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Fibreglass roof pooling - should I be worried?

Discussion in 'Roofing and Guttering' started by beasled, 7 Mar 2019.

  1. beasled

    beasled

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    Moved into a new property with a 'flat' fibreglass roof, which is pooling. There's no leakage anywhere and the area is open to sunlight/wind most of the day. Not as bad as others I've seen on here but still not ideal... your thoughts please!

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  3. bobasd

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    if its not leakin it works but its not a first class job.

    the stainin (from poolin?) along the parapet abutment could be due to ther bein no angle fillet piece at the inside corner.
    the return wall looks to have an angle fillet.

    the circulerroof drain through the parapet is a diy solution - bad practice.

    the bandagin at the board joins is amaterish and not consistent along all joins.
    some joins look to be lippin because they were laid without a small gap.

    site view realy needed but in places the fibre glass seems to have been blown (bubbled up) - be careful walkin on it.

    that cable wants re-routin to outside the roof.

    we arn't roofers as such an maybe others, full time roofers, will comment on your roof?
     
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