Today’s topic takes us into North Delta. A rubber roof leaking around a concrete cinder block wall. We noted the field membrane had wrinkled near the base of the wall. Further exploration proved the membrane had shrunk and pulled away from it’s glued position on the vertical surface. It was then complicated more by further sagging resulting in a clear void in the vertical coverage and it’s integrity. We had to re-pin the membrane back up onto the vertical surface. We strategized. Metal was cut, membrane repositioned and flashing pinned again, with the help of a hammer drill. Sometimes leaks are this easy, for us at least, and other times they can be more challenging. We’re confident we got this one though.