I note that some battens supporting the shore tiles take the water in heavy rain; which causes runoff along the first element of the frame. There are no leaks in the tiles. Yet the siding coating is recent. What should I do? Thank you
We can imagine that heavy rains completed by strong winds generate upwelling under the tiles, which then wet the battens and rafters, and finally run down the facade. The siding coating does not appear to have any relation to this problem. it would be best to contact the roofer who carried out the work and who owes you a ten-year guarantee on his intervention. The possible causes are multiple: tiles displaced, cracked, broken, slope too weak, tiles unsuited to the climate of the region, etc.
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