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Robert Jones
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This is a home built in 1981, tile roof. On the north side of the roof the tiles which overlap the rake boards are seperated from the main roof. Could this be caused by a warping rake board? I am recommending repair for obvious reason's, plus a bunch of broken tiles, just curious.

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Ok, did you push up the third row to look under the tile?

The first two rows are generally nailed.

Whenever you inspect a tile roof it's imperative to look underneath it to at least identify the underlayment and its condition.

With the absence of counter strapping you could have quite a mess.

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