Introducción

A broken asphalt roof shingle will be repaired through this guide. Roof shingles, especially asphalt ones, wear and tear after years of sun damage, rain, and heavy wind. They need to be replaced because water can get under the broken shingle and cause the wood to rot or create a leak in the roof. The guide will be specific to repairing one tab of the shingle sections.

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Partes

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  1. Remove the broken shingle by lifting the nails with the claw side of a hammer.
    • Remove the broken shingle by lifting the nails with the claw side of a hammer.

    • Use caution when handling a hammer and nails.

  2. Remove the single broken shingle, carefully, without ripping out the shingles above.
    • Remove the single broken shingle, carefully, without ripping out the shingles above.

  3. Remove the adhesion strip off of the new shingle.
    • Remove the adhesion strip off of the new shingle.

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  5. Slip the new shingle in place, and line it up where the old shingle previously was.
    • Slip the new shingle in place, and line it up where the old shingle previously was.

  6. Secure the shingle with three 7/8" roofing nails. Be careful when hammering in the nails.
    • Secure the shingle with three 7/8" roofing nails.

    • Be careful when hammering in the nails.

  7. Slightly lift the edges of the shingle and apply a thin layer of cement along it.
    • Slightly lift the edges of the shingle and apply a thin layer of cement along it.

  8. Press down the edges to lock the shingle in place.
    • Press down the edges to lock the shingle in place.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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