Originally Posted by spoon059
Did anyone actually read his post? This happened last week and he says no water got in, no structural damage, no water damage. Sheesh...
OP, I would get a nice 6" wide roll of Eternabond tape and by done with it. If you clean the roof properly and install the Eternabond properly (roll it to activate the adhesive) it will be perfectly watertight for years and years to come.
Well, Spoon, did you look at ALL of his photos? What I saw was the roof edging that crimps the roofing to the edge seam has been crushed, aluminum siding and trim crushed and bent, and some huge tears right at the edge, where it is nigh unto impossible to repair. It looks to me like there is more than rubber roof damage to be repaired, so if it were me . . . I would get everything repaired. Anything else and he will be chasing the problems for a long time and then, the insurance will say it's too late to file the claim and any subsequent damage from weather, etc, would be fallout from procrastination.
Again . . . this is my opinion, but what I would do . . . which I think he asked?
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