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Leaking flat roof, bungalow/garage
A relative owns a tiled bungalow with an adjoined flat-roofed garage. She has had problems with a leaking garage roof for around ten years.
She had someone patch it up, but it still leaked. One summer, I sealed it, but it still leaked.
She had a new garage roof last year, but it still leaks.
Now she has been told it's not the garage roof that is leaking, but the roof on the bungalow.
She has been told it now may need new roof joists, someone is going to give her a quote next week.
I didn't think about looking for leaks on the tiled bungalow roof, but surely the person that reroofed the garage should have checked to see where the leak was?
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