04:48AM | 12/01/06
Member Since: 11/30/06
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We had storm damage to our roof last April so we had to get a new roof. We asked around about roofers in our area the one we hired came with a good report. Our new roof is now 5 months old and things seemed to be ok during those 5 months. Well two weeks ago we had a blowing hard rain that lasted all day notice rain is coming down our furnace pipes and hot water heater pipes. Call roofer they came and said they fixed it well not we had another all day rain same thing happened also rained turned to sleet and was up in attic checking on pipes and I felt sleet hitting me coming from our roof vents. Then sleet turned to snow went up there this morning there is snow in the rafters. Now is this normal if it is a bad storm or is there a problem. With old roof I never notice this happening. I will have to say we do not have bad storms like this in our area. Please help me so I have come backs for this roofer when they come Monday.


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