Leaking roof/gutter on a victorian house


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Old 07-27-05, 05:34 AM
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Leaking roof/gutter on a victorian house

We own a Victorian House with a pitch roof and a dormer. Where the roof and dormer meet at the gutter there is a leak into the roof. We have had a number of guttering people out who have done a few things, but have not got to the bottom of the problem. They've replaced the internal gutter, re-pointed, cleared the gutter and replaced a few tiles. However the roof still leaks a bit in heavy rain and we feel like we've been fleaced. We are now stuck what to do, and was hoping for some advice. Should we go into the attic and see if the leak is further up the roof? Could this be the problem? Any advice would be welcome. Thanks.
 
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Old 07-30-05, 12:29 PM
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Please clairify: Gutter, as in rain gutters at edge of roof OR the valley created by the dormer roof and main roof meeting.

Roof slope Type of "tile on roof" Do you have any blockage in valley such as leaves, etc
 
 

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