Originally Posted by Skip12
Hi all. I've got a low spot on my roof between the shower skylight and vent. Water is pooling here eventually works it way in. I've got more eternabond on the way and plan to cover the entire pooing area on the next dry day but looking for better ideas.
Please let me know if you've dealt with something similar or what you would do in this situation.
Fortunately, water is flowing across the roofing material into the shower so no permanent damage has been done yet.
One solution would be to clean the area and fill in with some non-leveling/non-sag sealant. Creat a higher area that forces the water to flow out at either end.
With the water pooled mark the edges of the puddle so you can see the extent of your work area.
Once the sealant has been applied and smoothed as needed applying eternabond over it could help with longevity.
Another way would be to cut a piece of FRP (plastic paneling) to cover low spot, glue in place with non-leveling sealant, then when it's cured finish edges with self leveling sealant.
Short of removing roof membrane in this area and leveling off substrate, this should channel water away from leak point.