Hi: I posted my problem but have not had any replies. Perhaps I did not post it correctly.
One of my two kitchen skylights exploded earlier this year (2017). I have been having water dripping in the area of one of the skylights since 2012. The roofer still has not figured out why I am getting the leaks.
Do you see any correlation between water damage near that skylight and it's imploding?
Can the water have caused the skylight to torque?
My roof leaks when we have a heavy snowstorm and I need to put out 6 or 7 buckets. I do not have any leaking anywhere else, just in the kitchen which was an addition about 26 years ago.
Can anyone shed any light on this for me?
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