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The Second Group of Photographs
This next group of photographs were taken after first 'remedy',
which was the installation of 'ice guard'.
11259 2013-12-11 19:16:14
Water drips in the living room ceiling.
Camera color balance off!
The ceiling is really an off white.
11260 2013-12-11 19:17:32
Kitchen storage container to catch the drip in above photo.
Out of the picture and above is a window. Water drips from the top of the window frame and beteen the window and inside storm window down to the window sill.
11261 2013-12-11 19:17:46
Utensils to catch drips from the kitchen ceiling.
I put a small sponge in the pans to deaden the sound of the drips in the still of the night!
11262 2013-12-11 19:18:16
Buckets to catch drips from the ceiling in the bathroom.
11263 2013-12-12 17:45:34
Center horizontal: Bucket and kitchen utensil and storage container to catch drips from the ceiling in the living room.
11264 2013-12-13 17:32:26
Drips from the moulding and door frame from water coming down inside the wall above the door.
11266 2013-12-15 13:55:34
Drip from the ceiling in the kitchen.
11389 2014-04-13 19:26:30
Light reflects off icicles running down against the siding from water coming from underneath the shingles and from behind the trim piece.
Water also runs down inside the siding and comes out on the floor inside the house in some places.
The First Group of Photographs
This next group of photographs were taken during second winter,
before first 'remedy'!
I only took these pictures to convince the roofer that he was not
really done with the roof.
After this winter, I took much fewer photographs.
11117 2013-02-18 14:56:26
At left, icicles running down the front of the door due to water leaking down underneath the shingles and flashing and coming down inside the wall above the door and out of the top of the door frame.
At right, icicles running down the wall due to leaks dripping from water which came out from under the shingles and under the flashing and roof sheating.
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Icicles of color due to water running underneath the shingles and roof sheating and discolored by roofing tar.
This house has needed new siding and trim for several years but I have been reluctant to invest in new siding while water continues to run down inside the siding panels.
11119 2013-02-18 14:58:34
This large icicle is coming out from underneath the shingles AND roof sheating.
11120 2013-02-18 14:59:04
The larger group of icicles at left are properly coming out over the top of the shingles.
At right, another icicle which was formed by water which ran underneath the shingles and roof sheating and discolored by roofing tar!
The water which leaks through the shingles and runs underneath the shingles and roof sheating, also leaks into the house from inside the ceiling and wall paneling and inside the window and door frames.
11124 2013-02-18 15:03:06
Water drips from the moulding inside the door frame from water which has ran down inside the wall panel.
11132 2013-02-24 14:52:10
Roofing tar colored icicles from water running down inside the upper siding panel and coming out from behind the siding and out over the flashing beteen the verticle and horizontal siding.
11134 2013-02-24 14:53:32
The icicles which start just below the snow line and above the metal flashing are properly coming out over the top of the shingles.
The icicles starting down from the wood trim are coming from underneath the
shingles and roof sheating.
Note some have discoloration from roofing tar.
The water which forms these icicles also runs into the house, as stated above.
11136 2013-02-24 14:55:18
Upper left, icicles properly coming from over the top of the shingles.
Center left: another icicle coming down from underneath the shingles and behind the trim piece.
Upper right: more icicles colored by roofing tar from underneath the shingles and running out behind the trim piece.
The curved line at right is the shadow of the water feed line to the swamp cooler.
11137 2013-02-24 14:55:32
Upper right: One small icicle is coming out properly over the top of the shingles.
The others are coming down underneath the shingles and from behind the trim
Note that some have discoloration from roofing tar.
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Last Modification March 8, 2017.