1 ROOF ASSESSMENT REPORT INDIAN HEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NOVEMBER 08, 2010 PREPARED FOR: FACILITIES DEPARTMENT WHITMAN HANSON REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
2 1. Purpose This Roofing Assessment Report provides a summary of the inspections performed at the Indian Head Elementary School located in the Town of Hanson, MA. Roofing inspections were conducted with the intent of assessing general roofing systems, their condition, and identifying any significant related concerns that may warrant immediate corrective action. This report includes a summary of these inspections, including specific concerns, recommendations for repairs or maintenance, and associated budgetary costs. A description of the inspections is given below. Roof Inspection Roof inspections at the Elementary School were performed by Evan Warner on October 12 th, Inspections involved an assessment of the current roof conditions, specific observations, photographs, short term recommendations, and long term recommendations for the current problematic conditions. 2. Description The Elementary School Building consists of a combination of sloped and flat roof areas. The surface area is predominantly multi-level, flat 60 mil single ply EPDM membrane, fully adhered and sloped to internal roof drains with areas of sloped asphalt shingle and slate roofing to pre-formed metal gutters and down-spouts. Mechanical equipment is located on portions of the flat roof areas. The roofs are approximately ten years old and mostly in good condition except for the slate roof area of original construction approximately eighty years old which requires replacement. 3. Observations The High School Building has a number of items that require attention and/or ongoing monitoring. The majority of recommendations in this report involve repairs to improve long term serviceability. While there are no leaks reported at the slate roof area over the main entry, fasteners have deteriorated beyond their useful life, evident by falling slate shingles. The perimeter areas directly below the slate has been cordoned off to prohibit access to areas subjected to falling debris/slate. For safety reason, replacement of slate roofing is needed ASAP. Facilities are in the process of contracting for roofing replacement of this area. Observation No. 1 Copper counter flashing in fair to poor condition, no leaks reported, upper EPDM flat roof,
3 coordinate E5,, intermediate EPDM flat roof, coordinate C4. Typical condition. Review periodically for evidence of leaks below. Inventory locations and consider systematic replacement during future roof replacement projects. Observation No. 2 Open gutter seam, upper EPDM flat roof, coordinate F6. Apply gutter seal at open seams. -NA. Observation No. 3 Open seams at counter flashing to masonry wall juncture, no leaks reported, intermediate EPDM flat roof, coordinate G5. Typical through-out.
4 Rake/clean joint, apply compatible sealant. -NA Observation No. 4 Open seams at lap splices, no leaks reported, approx. 70 LF +/-, intermediate EPDM flat roof, coordinate F7. Clean; apply compatible roofing cement/sealant. Inspect problematic areas yearly for evidence of leaks. Apply EPDM patch.
5 Observation No. 5 Bent/damaged gutter profile, 15 LF +/-, intermediate EPDM flat roof, coordinate D5,D6. Short Term Recommendation Check bracket fastener seal, watch for leaks. Repair or replace damaged gutter sections, prohibit use as a ladder rung. Observation No. 6 Slice/open corner seams at counter flashing and gutter, intermediate EPDM flat roof, coordinate D5. Remove roofing cement/sealant. Seal edges with compatible sealant, set copper corner flashing cover in roofing cement/sealant. Consider staged replacement of copper through-wall/counter flashing at original building details, during future roof replacement projects. Observation No. 7 Missing downspout, intermediate EPDM flat roof, coordinate C4.
6 Clean debris, install new roof drain baskets. Consider metal baskets, properly fastened. -NA Observation No. 8 Missing termination bar, intermediate EDPM flat roof, coordinate B4. Install termination bar set in water-cut-off mastic/compatible sealant. -NA Observation No. 9 Delaminating flashing patch, intermediate EPDM flat roof, coordinate B4.
8 Inspect yearly for torn/missing shingles and leaks below. Replace with 40 year shingles, minimum, at time of roof replacement. Observation No. 12 Failing seam sealant, delaminating corner flashing, ponding water, main EPDM flat roof area, coordinates B6, B7. Clean, apply EPDM patches. Coordinate installation of crickets/tapered insulation (to drain water to roof drains) at time of future roof replacement. Observation No. 13 Open seam/puncture North-East corner flashing at skylight, failing seam sealant, delaminating corner flashing, reported leaks, stains at wood blocking, main EPDM flat roof area, coordinate B7.
13 Inspect yearly for torn/missing shingles and leaks below. Replace with 40 year shingles, minimum, at time of roof replacement. Observation No. 23 Missing/damaged asphalt shingles and cap shingles, South sloped asphalt shingle roof area, coordinate N9. Replace damaged/missing shingles. -NA Observation No. 24 Tree branches encroaching on roof, organic matter/fungus growing on shingles, debris in gutter, south sloped asphalt shingle roof area, coordinate N9. Clean, shingles of organic matter/fungus and apply fungicide. Remove/prune tree. Observation No. 25 Leaks roof repairs this area, no apparent roof issues; mortar deterioration is suspect, main EPDM flat roof area, coordinate G7. Window head steel lintels rusting.
14 Survey lintel condition/integrity, treat or replace as required and repoint masonry. -NA Observation No. 26 Debris, clogged scupper and downspout, lower EPDM flat roof area, coordinate C2. Clean; remove debris at scupper and downspout. -NA Observation No. 27 Poor counter flashing, missing termination bar, lower EPDM flat roof area, coordinate C1.
15 Install termination bar set in water-cut-off mastic/compatible sealant. Inventory locations and consider systematic replacement of counter flashing during future roof replacement projects. Observation No. 28 Malfunctioning downspout system, prolonged water damage at masonry, front entry, coordinate D1. Inspect and clean gutter and downspout. Clean masonry, repoint as required. Observation No. 29 Previous water staining at masonry/ downspout system, plant growth at lower section, front entry, coordinate F1.
16 Inspect and clean gutter and downspout, remove plant/vine growth. Inspect yearly. Observation No. 30 Poor counter flashing, missing termination bar, lower EPDM flat roof area, coordinates G1, G2. Install termination bar set in water-cut-off mastic/compatible sealant. Inventory locations and consider systematic replacement of counter flashing during future roof replacement projects. Observation No. 31 Poor counter flashing, excessive sealant, possible previous leaks, lower EPDM flat roof area, coordinates G2 G3.
17 Remove and reapply sealant at cracks/gaps. Inventory locations and consider systematic replacement of counter flashing during future roof replacement projects. Observation No. 32 Broken/missing slate shingles, fasteners have deteriorated beyond their useful life, evident by falling slate shingles below, slate roof area, coordinate F2. Continue to maintain barricade below for safety, replace roofing with 40 year plus asphalt or composite/slate shingles. -NA Observation No. 33 Opening gaps at deteriorating gutter, previous patches, slate roof area, coordinate G2, G3. Typical condition.
18 Survey and apply patches/gutter seal. Consider replacement or refurbishment at time of roof replacement.
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