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The first stop for water entering your home are its shingles, clapboards or other siding (aluminum or vinyl) materials. Additionally, openings for windows and doors must be properly flashed. Flashing is a waterproof material installed in such a way the water that reaches it drains away to the top most water resistant or proof layer below it to fall harmlessly to the ground. This is why shingles, clapboards, etc. are installed from the bottom --> up. If you have water entering around or below an opening for a door or window it is most likely damaged / missing / improperly installed flashing. If it is coming in elsewhere, to origin may be on the next floor or two above you. This is not really the type of work most homeowners are capable of locating or repairing. I hope this helped somewhat - good luck!
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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