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I've got this random leak that only seams to happen when it's really windy. Just started a few weeks ago, then again a couple nights ago. It's ruining my bedroom ceiling & floor!!

Anyone out there ever have this problem, or know about roofing??

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I checked the roof & all LOOKS well. Got up in the attic & looked at everything nearby w/a flashlight. Other than some very wet insulation in one small spot, I can't find anything else. OR, anything leading to that spot. I pulled up the insulation so it could dry out.
 

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You guys are TOOOOO FUNNY!!


It would be GREAT if you guys can come by! Give me a call!

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QUOTE(jetski @ Oct 16 2003, 09:30 PM)Do you have a ridge vent on your roof? Sometimes with enough wind the water will blow up the shingles and enter in though the vent
I have "vents" . . . that are full of birds nests. Not sure what a "ridge vent" is?
 

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QUOTE(Boater2be @ Oct 16 2003, 11:24 PM)A ridge vent runs along the peak of the roof and is about an inch or so taller then the normal roof surface. The idea is to have a vent at the highest point of the roof where the heat gets trapped.

He is not talking about the square tin vents.
Nope! Don't got any of those!
 

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QUOTE(rfdeiter @ Oct 17 2003, 08:31 AM)Roof vents and birds nests don't mix well.
Is THAT what's causing the leak??
 
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