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Old 12-10-2011, 02:31 PM   #1
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Georgetown, KY
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Roof question on 32' TT: holding water at edges

I have a Gulfstream FEMA trailer, which I had a full, complete new roof put on (plywood & rubber membrane). The roof is slightly curved by design, so water will flow off the roof and into the gutters on each side. My concern is that I have water standing on the edges of the roof, as if there's a slight valley at the edge instead of a smooth, gentle, even downward curve to the edge of the roof. Sorry I don't have pics, I just noticed it the other day when sealing my front marker lights. It had rained a couple days earlier and there was still water on the edges.

Is this cause for concern? Seems to me it would be, as though the repair shop didn't do something right....
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