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Hi Folks, we recently had some squirrels removed from our attic and the hole was closed with galvanized metal flashing. Part of the flashing rests flat on the roof shingle and the exterminator fastened it with two screws. I get the feeling that could lead to roof leak problems. Should something like Black Jack neoprene rubber flashing cement be applied to completely cover the screw heads? Thanks for your replies.
 

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Thank you for the response. You are kind and considerate human being. It would be a shame if you slipped off a roof and cracked your ape-like skull. And yes, I'm an electrician.
 

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If you're a contractor, then you know how it works on the average jobsite. Without an introduction or any post history, you're going to be looked at with a healthy bit skepticism. Posting an introduction would be a great idea.
 

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Tiger,

I am sure you are an electrician. But how this site works, it is a discussion forum for construction professional. DIY'ers are summarily booted. Often, posters who have established that they are professionals will ask questions about work outside their trade, on their house. And they are answered. You have done nothing to establish that at the minimum you are anything but a combative DIY'er.
 

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Then please make it a requirement during the registration process. I'm not clairvoyant and rarely spend time on message boards. Adios, I'm off to a better site.
 
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