Today’s blog comes from Vancouver. This so common. The membrane wasn’t installed properly and has now separated from the flange of the copper drain. Water must be pouring through the soffit because I doubt much of it goes down the drain. The fix is not complicated though. We cut the membrane away to expose the drain flange and then install a new and proper membrane patch to tie the flange into the old gutter membrane. I bet put down about 300 patches a year in gutters. It’s that common. It’s always a systemic issue too. No point in just fixing one when the other ones have the same problem. The key in doing the patches is doing them properly. I’m amazed there are so many “roofers” who don’t even know how to put a proper patch down! I learned that in my first year apprenticeship. Trust Crucial Roof Services with your hidden membrane gutter repairs.