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Old 06-18-2018, 06:38 PM   #1
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Anyone know what is causing these on my roof. There are several that look exactly like this on the round edge of the roof on both sides. Iím thinking it maybe what ever they use to secure the edge to the roof but not sure. None have poked thru as of yet. Any good suggestions on how to correct other then some roof sealer.
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At a guess, a screw or rivet popping up in the substrate, now threatening to break thru the roof membrane.


You can wait til they pop and put a dab of lap sealant on them, or be preemptive and make a tiny slit to let it through and then seal. The main concern is why are those whatevers popping up in the first place. Is it maybe a symptom of a deeper problem?
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Larger area picture???? Could be screws that hold the cap to roof have come loose and are working their way out......
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